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marketplace

1. a place where a public market is held
2. the commercial world of buying and selling

marketplace

A building or open place in which produce, usually of local origin, is sold.
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It certainly made a blaze of light and colour, almost as if a rainbow had suddenly descended into the marketplace, when, one fine morning, the shutters were taken down from the new shop, and the two windows displayed their decorations.
Nor did she feel safe until she had set a mile or two of by-road between herself and the marketplace, and had crept into a copse, like a hunted animal, to hide and recover breath.
FirstPeer's solution, unlike Client/Server based marketplaces, leverages P2P architecture, allowing direct reading from a supplier's database.
developers of Marketplace Manager(TM), the first intelligent online product sales and exposure service, announced the addition of automated payment processing when merchants receive orders from the network of online auctions and marketplaces where Marketplace Manager places product listings.
The storefronts will dynamically interact with real-time product listings on auctions and marketplaces created by the Marketplace Manager service.
Built on the industry's first eBusiness sales channel management platform, CommerceFlow connects industry standard CRM, SFA, ERP, accounting, catalog and inventory management systems with leading exchanges, spot markets, procurement networks and marketplaces.
is a pre-IPO, high-growth Internet exposure and marketplace feedback service company that uses proprietary technology to penetrate existing online marketplaces for product exposure, returning transactions and marketplace feedback on a product-specific level.
ChannelAdvisor provides technology and services that enable industry-leading companies, small businesses and individuals to use online marketplaces to acquire customers and maximize inventory yield throughout the entire product lifecycle.
Extrastock Pty Ltd, the leading Australian provider of marketplace management services, and ChannelAdvisor, the top US vendor of enterprise solutions for online marketplaces have partnered to bring ChannelAdvisor's software to the Australia marketplace managed by Extrastock.
ChannelAdvisor has expanded IBM's auction business to multiple consumer marketplaces including Yahoo
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.
NAW hopes the standards will streamline the process of getting suppliers - and their product content -onto Internet marketplaces, in a manner that protects their interests, as well as those of the marketplace operator.