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Establishing an Electronic Supply Network: Is Connecting Together all Participants Achievable?

Source: Wesupply Limited In a world that’s constantly demanding better communication to improve the level of perfect orders, while optimising working capital and reducing supply costs, it is vital to provide an electronic trading network across all customers and trading partners quickly, easily, and at low cost. But how to go about establishing a single integrated electronic supply network for collaboration and trade?

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