Definitions for "E-marketplace"
Business communities are beginning to form e-marketplaces, enabling them to automate and leverage transactions with one another as a community. By bringing together large numbers of buyers and sellers, e-marketplaces give sellers access to new customers, expand the choices available to buyers and reduce transaction costs.
A Web site that enables buyers to select from many suppliers. E-marketplaces -- which focus on putting the buyer in control -- are buying environments that aggregate supplier content and provide decision support tools that enable a buyer to make the most informed decision.
A company, service provider or association that brings together buyers and sellers in one virtual place, where participants can reduce costs and reach new customers.
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Keywords:  eisa, bus, equal, access
EISA bus Equal Access.
a website where multiple organisations buy and sell products and services using different trading mechanisms, including buying from catalogues, auctions, reverse auctions, requests for quotations and requests for tenders
a location on the Internet where companies can obtain or disseminate information, engage in transactions, or work together in some way
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