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B2B

B2B

(Business to Business) One business communicating with or selling to another. See B2B e-commerce, B2C, B2G, B2E and X2X.
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B2B market spaces are divided into three unique exchange models: agent/broker-to-carrier, single-carrier product and multiple-carrier product.
The strongest regional growth in the B2B market can be found in Europe.
It comes as no surprise that B2B and B2C companies face similar marketing challenges," said Chad Gottesman, chief marketing officer, Extraprise.
After all assets of the Atos Origin B2B software business in Germany have been transferred to a new company, Axway will acquire, in cash, 100% of the share capital of that company.
Market expansion can be attributed to the fact that small and mid-sized enterprises are increasingly aware of B2B e-commerce service.
The Covast B2B Appliance for RealTime Networks is ideally suited for today's complex supply chains.
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Nielsen Norman Group employed three different research methodologies to gain a deep understanding of the complex issues involved in B2B websites.
The long-term winners in China's automotive market will be those who master the use of technologies, such as B2B e-Commerce, for competitive advantage," said Thilo Koslowski, research vice president at Gartner, Inc.
Outsourcing the management of B2B transactions between our entertainment suppliers and our retail customers provided us with a solution for freeing up internal resources, while also supporting the projected increase in business transactions volume," said John Kohlschein, director of client information for Mosaic.
Given its ability to support a wide range of global data standards and its assortment of B2B program capabilities, GXS was a natural choice for us.