The Growing Importance of B2B Connectivity

Adrian Gonzales of Logistics Viewpoints wrote a great article yesterday that says, in part:

'As I commented after the IBM-Sterling Commerce acquisition, a key reason why B2B connectivity is "coming out of the shadows" is that companies are recognizing that software is not enough. You can have the most functionally-rich software applications within your four walls, but without an adequate B2B connectivity network and associated capabilities, you can't effectively manage end-to-end supply chain processes.'

Although I'm not all that interested in whether the mega-vendors in enterprise software make good investments, I think Adrian is right-on with the analysis and I recommend reading the whole article: SAP Acquires Crossgate: The Growing Importance of B2B Connectivity.

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