Software eases joint e-comm projects

Marsan, Carolyn Duffy
November 1999
Network World;11/08/99, Vol. 16 Issue 45, p33
Trade Publication
Reports on a line of software introduced by start-up company Enterprise that allows companies to market their products collaboratively over the Web. ActiveBusiness as a software that runs on Windows NT and Solaris platforms; Integration with existing back-end business systems, databases and enterprise resource planning packages; Five components of ActiveBusiness. INSETS: Briefs.;Stuck in the middle..


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