Internet can transform purchasing

Klemen, Michael
January 2000
Slovak Spectator;01/17/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p9
Argues that firms in Slovakia can streamline their buying operations and get deals on supplies by using information technology (IT) solutions that allow purchasing through the Internet. Ways for firms to order goods from suppliers on the Internet; Benefits and capabilities of an Internet-based procurement application software; Uses of the Internet for small businesses.


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