Information Technology Special Interest Group

Rowley, Jim
April 2001
Logistics & Transport Focus;Apr 2001, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p60
Trade Publication
Focuses on the IT SIG seminar featuring the presentation of Siôn Roberts, the marketing director of 7.24 Solutions Inc. about how companies could maintain and develop the relationships they have with suppliers and customers in a wireless world. Technological innovations resulting in cheaper and faster global networking; Importance of the customer relations in future business models; Examples of businesses focusing on customer service.


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