The future of e-commerce in footwear and apparel
The internet brings a newdimension to the process of matching manufacturers with distributors who supply retailers:ubiquity, ease of use, and the visual enhancement that makes learning to use it so quickand easy. However, the world wide web is a relatively new development. The prices chargedare often too high, especially given that the costs and profit ratios are unknown.Its certainly not a miracle cure. There will never be one single industry system -in fact, there may be hundreds of them, and thats fine. But its vital to haveto learn only one system that can then talk to all of the other systems in use.
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