B2B e-commerce

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B2B E-Commerce

A transaction conducted between two businesses over the Internet. For example, a publisher may sell books to a retailer, ship them to him/her, and receive payment online without meeting representatives from the retailer.

B2B e-commerce

The conducting of commerce by companies, government agencies, and institutions with one another over the Internet.
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brings a new concept into international business-to-business e-commerce.
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.
PurchasePro (Nasdaq:PPRO), a leader in business-to-business e-commerce, operates the PurchasePro global marketplace, encompassing more than 30,000 businesses, and powers approximately 240 private-label marketplaces with its highly scalable, browser-based e-commerce engine.
Menerva Technologies is leading the next wave of global business-to-business e-commerce through its sophisticated online commerce negotiation technology.
PurchasePro (Nasdaq:PPRO), a leading enabler of business-to-business e-commerce for companies of all sizes, named Networld Exchange as a preferred integration solutions distributor for suppliers in the PurchasePro global marketplace that encompasses more than 30,000 businesses and 240 private marketplaces.
Nasdaq:PPRO) is a leading enabler of business-to-business e-commerce for businesses of all sizes and powers approximately 240 private-labeled marketplaces encompassing more than 30,000 businesses.
Headquartered in New York City, eB2B Commerce, is a leading developer, owner and operator of Internet-based, business-to-business e-commerce solutions that facilitate the processing of transactions between buyers and suppliers in specific vertical industries.
The acquisition further expands IBM's leadership in business-to-business e-commerce software.
By acquiring OpenOrders, we are confirming IBM's commitment to continuously add functionality to better help customers meet the needs of business-to-business e-commerce," said Ed Kilroy, general manager of IBM's e-commerce software group.
BuildNet to Bring Integrated Business-to-Business E-Commerce
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