Ariba, Ariba!

Waga, Phil
January 2001
Bank Technology News;Jan2001, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p34
Trade Publication
Features Ariba Inc., a procurement vendor providing technology for electronic business-to-business marketplaces in Mountain View, California. Business competitor of the company; Revenue growth of Ariba; Implication of a per-share basis for the company net income; Projections on electronic marketplaces.


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