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Delivery Architecture - What it Means...
Once we cross the border of the enterprise, traditional enterprise-centric systems fail to provide visibility or a way to understand and act, all in sync with

banking system architecture  Think credit card and banking systems. The private individual today can be an eBay merchant—eBay operates the order management systems, the financial settlements, etc. You can even get your company benefits plan, health insurance plan, etc., by being an eBay merchant. Amazon has a similar program, not just for small business, but also for the likes of Nordstrom, etc. In the supply chain arena there are organizations that can manage your financial settlements, own your inventory, forecast and deliver to

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