Critical success factors for the development of trade exchanges

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Title: Critical success factors for the development of trade exchanges
Author: Cook, Jack
Abstract: Inefficiencies exist throughout the supply chain. Everyday business operations are often tedious and time-consuming. Transactions may be significant delayed due to limitations associated with asynchronous communications. Electronic marketplaces provide a means for improving supply chain efficiency. They enhance liquidity by permitting a large number of buyers and sellers to connect with each other. Estimates indicate that B2B trade exchanges with facilitate $600 billion to $3 trillion (U.S. revenues) in trade by 2003 (Tumolo, 2001). Exchanges are found in a variety of industries including aerospace, agriculture, automotive, banking, chemical, education, energy, food, hospitality, paper, and steel...
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/7954
Date: 2002-10

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