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SAP's New Level of e-Commerce: mySAP.com
SAP adds functionality to its role-based workplace portals.

books of navision  s New Level of e-Commerce: mySAP.com Event Summary On December 14, 1999 during the New York E-Business Conference and Expo, SAP AG (NYSE ADR: SAP), announced the availability of new functionality for its mySAP.com e-commerce solutions. The announcement covers both buy side and sell side solutions. On the buy side: The mySAP.com buying solution, using SAP's Business-to-Business Procurement component, supports multiparty transactions directly or via the mySAP.com Marketplace. SAP Business-to-Business

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