Burr, Jeffrey
September 2000
eWeek;09/18/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 38, p17
Reports on partnerships between online and technology companies. Simplexis.com Inc.'s selection of Commerce One Inc. to help develop its Web site; Partnership deal between Epylon Corp., a start-up company targeting education and government, and Ariba Inc.; Significance of both partnership deals on the state of electronic-commerce; Other technology vendors partnered by Commerce One and Ariba.


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