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3:30
Sep 10, 2019

Consumer e-commerce firms set pace for B2B resellers

Buyers in the enterprise market are questioning why corporate technology purchases are not as quick and transparent as ordering from e-commerce retailers, says Gary Pickford, CEO of Tarsus Distribution.

0:50
Jul 2, 2018

Webinar: Building a digital partner ecosystem for supply chain

Learn about the advantages of a partner communication solution that integrates with Microsoft Dynamics 365.

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B2B telecoms market to hit $107bn in 2026

The global market will largely be driven by the banking, financial services and insurance sector, says Future Market Insights.

2:20
Dec 14, 2015

MTN, Telefonica partner up

Telecoms giants MTN and Telefonica have signed a strategic partnership to "provide a stronger basis to compete globally in the changing telecommunications industry".

1:30
Dec 5, 2014

CII signs with cloudBay

An agreement signed by cloudBuy to develop a global trading platform for the Confederation of Indian Industry.

1:40
Oct 1, 2014

Synise, cloudBay partner

Cloud e-commerce marketplace cloudBuy?has announced the MOU to deliver a B2B e-marketplace.

6:30
Aug 2, 2012

Utility key to social strategy [Twinterview]

Going into social media as a business is about more than just talking to your customers, says Andy Hadfield.

4:50
Jul 26, 2012

Getting B2B social media right

Deloitte SA's digital channels executive, David Graham, speaks to ITWeb about how to go about business-to-business social media.

0:50
Feb 25, 2011

Canon unveils unified OIS

The company's Indian arm targets 20% growth in 2011.

3:20
Dec 3, 2010

Samsung upbeat on African growth

The tech giant has revealed plans to expand its business and consumer units into Africa.

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E-payment challenges paper

Cheques may still dominate, but more businesses are beginning to use electronic payments.

13:40
Mar 29, 2004

B2B: Is there life out there?

The hype surrounding B2B a few years ago was matched only by the silence that followed the concept`s spectacular implosion. Has B2B expired, or are the remaining players just quietly getting on with the job?

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