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Infinium and Elcom Walk Down ASP Aisle
Two companies that are redefining themselves for an ASP future enter into a partnership. Elcom’s eProcurement applications will be the first outsider in

navision hospitality  and Elcom Walk Down ASP Aisle Infinium and Elcom Walk Down ASP Aisle D. Geller and P.J. Jakovljevic - June 23, 2000 Event Summary Elcom.com, a wholly owned subsidiary of Elcom International Inc., and Infinium have each determined that the ASP model is coming with the force of a hurricane, and each is redefining itself in hopes of riding the winds to new markets. Infinium made a strong statement to this effect at its recent customer conference (see Infinium Putting Its Cards on the Table ) Elcom's

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