The virtual future

February 1998
Electrical Wholesaling;Feb98, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p37
Trade Publication
Presents the study conducted by the Product Identification and Communications Committee regarding the details of the electronic data interchange via the Internet. Use of virtual networks to coordinate inventory and other back-office functions among distributors, manufacturers, and reps; Allowance of distributors to communicate with any of the suppliers and customers.


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