IBM, SAS bolster B2B exchanges

Lawson, Stephen; Haney, Clare
June 2000
Network World;06/05/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 23, p54
Trade Publication
Reports on separate moves of International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) and SAS Institute to bolster support for Internet exchanges. Aim to reduce costs and speed product delivery by streamlining the buying and selling of products and services; Efforts of IBM to work on a global Internet business-to-business exchange called e2open.com; Spinoff of a SAS business-to-business Internet operation called iBiomatics.


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