USA: eB2B Adds Key Sports Retailer To Internet Marketplace
eB2B Commerce, Inc(NASDAQ: EBTB), a leading developer, owner and operator of Internet-based, business-to-business, e-commerce solutions in multiple vertical industries, today announced it has signed an exclusive agreement with Michigan-based Dunham's Sports, one of the largest full-time sporting goods retail chains in the country with 112 stores representing $225m in annual sales. As a key component of the relationship, eB2B Commerce will provide direct links between the back-office systems of Dunham's and its suppliers, allowing end-to-end transaction processing and real-time information exchange. "We are excited to add Dunham's to our growing roster of marquee relationships in the sporting goods industry," said Alan Andreini, executive chairman of eB2B Commerce. "Given their leadership position, this contract represents an important endorsement of our technology as we move toward our goal of becoming the industry standard in this market." According to Marshall Sosne, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Dunham's: "eB2B Commerce provides both the technology and the domain expertise we require in a business-to-business e-commerce partner. In order to continue to grow and compete, we must have the e-commerce capabilities needed to collaborate more efficiently with our trading partners. eB2B Commerce has proven that they can assist Dunham's in reducing operating costs through improved inventory management and in improving customer service. That's what sets this company apart."
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