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Another example of where business-to-business e-commerce will grow is in the property/casualty industry.
Without trust, business-to-business e-commerce will not survive, said Orson Swindle, commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission, in a statement.
But with the explosion of business-to-business e-commerce, trust can no longer be built on a handshake.
The award is given annually to companies with extraordinary business-to-business e-commerce initiatives, using advanced technology while supporting business objectives.
Agriculture is one of the top five industries targeted by entrepreneurs who sell business-to-business e-commerce goods and services.
(TWCP), a $1.3 billion private equity fund managed by Thomas Weisel Partners; Internet Capital Group (Nasdaq: ICGE), a leading business-to-business e-commerce company; and Mellon Ventures, Inc., a $1.1 billion affiliate of Mellon Financial Corporation.
Aeroxchange, a business-to-business e-commerce marketplace for the aviation industry, has signed affiliate airline agreements with eight members of the Arab Air Carriers Organisation.
describes itself as "the internet's leading business-to-business e-commerce enabler." The "vertical" in its name refers to the company's 58 industry-specific marketplaces, which offer customers products and services provided by its publishing partners.
At the present time, business-to-business e-commerce still has much more potential for profitability than consumer e-tailing, but that could change.
Slosman most recently held the position of executive vice president at Emerge Interactive, a business-to-business e-commerce market maker.
24% The percent of respondents indicating they expect a lot of change in their facility management departments due to business-to-business e-commerce sites.
In a business-to-business e-commerce study between KPMG and the Economist Intelligence Unit in June and July last year it was found the automotive industry was trailing six other industries - financial services, chemical, pharmaceutical, electronics, consumer markets, and communications.
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