Education Suppliers Join Online Purchasing Site For K-12 Market

April 2000
Electronic Education Report;04/26/2000, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p12
Trade Publication
Introduces an online purchasing Web site for education suppliers in the United States. Claims of electronic order processor Epylon.com concerning the aggregation of school material providers on one Web site; Number of vendors signing up for the procurement site; List of education suppliers providing instructional materials.


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