In Cahoots With E*Trade

Bruno, Maria
August 2000
Bank Technology News;Aug2000, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p49
Trade Publication
Reports on Cahoots Inc.'s efforts to dominate the electronic commerce market by offering Web-based customer assistance. Launch of the company's Cahoots live Web-Wide Communication Network; Company's plan to launch a business-oriented version of its product called Cahoots for Sites.


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