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B2B

An Internet strategy of dealing directly with businesses, rather than consumers, i.e. business to (2) business.

Business-to-Business

A transaction conducted between a business and another business. For example, a publisher may sell books to a retailer, ship it to him/her, and receive payment without the books ever going to their end users (i.e. readers). The term is often associated with e-commerce, that is, with business-to-business transactions over the Internet.
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I never saw those guys (from B2G Sports) in Fresno.
Allen said B2G Sports' stance on recruiting is "to stay neutral," because they work regularly with more than a dozen schools.
Allen said Oregon purchased a scouting package from B2G Sports in fiscal year 2008, as well.
Like some other scouting services, B2G Sports has dual functions.
He stated as well that B2G is considered an e-business channel enabling the external systems to communicate electronically with Mirsal 2 system which means linking the clients' systems to Dubai Customs' Mirsal 2 and eliminating the need of human intervention.
Before the introduction of B2G, clients were asked to submit their declarations twice; in their own internal systems and in Mirsal 2.
B2G helps accelerate transaction processing since declarations are automatically and electronically transferred into Mirsal 2 once they are punched in through theclients' internal systems.
Musabih noted that B2G can be accessed over the web through Web Services using valid credentials and digital certificates.
The book entitled, "We the People Speak on e-Government: Interviews with 21 Leading B2G Players," is published by ISI Publications Ltd.
Wyld, Associate Professor of Management at Southeastern Louisiana University and a leading expert in B2G commerce, is an examination of how government can better serve its ultimate "customer" - the citizens - through improving how government handles the purchase of over $700 billion annually.
eWinWin is the leader in developing and applying demand aggregation solutions for B2B and B2G applications.