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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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Table: Worldwide Horizontal and SWIFT Business-to-Business Middleware Revenue, 2012-2017 ($M)
Replicating the business-to-business processes of Dell and Wal-Mart hasn't been a cakewalk, however.
Many of Hartford's Web sites are for business-to-business activity, particularly for agents who want to see their accounts and conduct business electronically, Honeyman said.
Reed Business is well positioned globally to continue to be a dominant business-to-business player," stated Casella, "I have enjoyed being a part of this organization and wish it and the many people with whom I've worked continued success.
Adding CCG's particular expertise in business-to-business advertising to our growing slate of direct response services is a perfect fit for our growth plans as an agency," said Jeff Haggin, CEO and founder of Haggin Marketing.
Almost six in 10 executives (57%) say that an advertisement in a business-to-business magazine prompted them to purchase or recommend purchase of a product or service.
TPC-App is the only vendor-neutral, software and hardware agnostic, online transaction processing benchmark to measure the SIPS rate and the associated price per SIPS in a business-to-business environment.
Bob Krakoff is an extraordinarily talented and successful media executive who has long been an industry leader in the business-to-business communications sector," said Mark Gallogly, Senior Managing Director at Blackstone and Head of Blackstone's Private Equity Group.
We are committed to responding to our customers' needs and believe strongly in the strength and growth potential of the business-to-business market," said Marie Toulantis, chief executive officer of Barnes & Noble.
Two-thirds of the respondents are involved in business-to-business marketing, and just over 40 percent are involved in consumer marketing (the overlap being involved in both).
This is one of the highest profile assignments that we've received recently and is an indicator of the blurring of the lines between pure business-to-business and business-to-consumer marketing.
SEATTLE -- Hubspan, a leading business-to-business integration network, today announced that IT solution provider, Amherst Technologies has selected Hubspan to provide system-to-system integration with a broad range of key customers.

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