A business that takes title to products and resells the m to final consumers. Examples include Wal-Mart, Best Buy, and Safeway, but also include the many smaller independent stores. Return disposal costs: The costs associated with disposing or recycling products that have been returned due to customer rejects, end-of- life or obsolescence.
a business that buys from extractors, manufacturers and wholesalers then sells to the ultimate consumer. Retailers operate stores. They also sell using the mail, door -to -door salespeople and vending machines.
The party that sells directly to the ultimate consumer. Also referred to as the Data Recipient since, in the data synchronization model, the retailer is the recipient of data published by the supplier (Data Source).