B2B e-commerce

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B2B e-commerce

(Business to Business Electronic-COMMERCE) One business selling to another business via the Web. See e-commerce, B2B and X2X.
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Kewill Systems plc (LSE: KWL), a leading provider of business-to-business e-commerce supply chain management solutions, announced today that Mothercare plc, the leading retailer for mothers-to-be and parents of young children, will use Kewill.
It will capture data and information (both trade and non-trade oriented), performing data mining from the best search engines, supported by metadata analysis, to provide business opportunities, communication platforms and a variety of other services that create a successful business-to-business e-commerce portal.
TSE:MDF), a leading developer and operator of business-to-business e-commerce marketplaces and provider of e-commerce solutions, announced today that it has purchased the assets of LiveListings.
is an online provider of Internet business-to-business e-commerce services for the aviation industry, whose global e-commerce marketplace provides a means for its members to buy and sell new, used and overhauled aviation parts and products in an efficient, competitive and cost-effective manner.
Steve brings both funding and financial expertise to our Board, as well as a wealth of business-to-business E-commerce experience.
Our management team looks forward to working with him as we continue our leadership in the business-to-business e-commerce industry.
Our partnership with webMethods further extends our commitment to provide our customers with the most comprehensive and secure method to realize the tremendous business benefits of business-to-business e-commerce," said Anne Smyth, executive vice president and CIO of US Office Products.
Menerva Technologies is leading the next wave of global business-to-business e-commerce through a new suite of applications designed to transform traditionally labor-intensive negotiation procedures into a streamlined, easy-to-use online process.
Educating the marketplace on XML's role in the e-Business data center is critical as the Internet evolves toward using XML to transact business-to-business e-commerce," said Linton.

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