Direct Business

Dell, Michael
February 2001
Executive Excellence;Feb2001, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p11
Focuses on Dell Computer Corp.'s 'direct business' model for the Internet industry. Implications of electronic commerce; Market potential of the Internet; Relationship with customers; Application of the model to other industries.


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