"For enterprises to remain viable, inefficiencies must be squeezed out of their supply and demand chains," says report author William Brandel. "Electronic markets and process hubs will play a critical role in coordinating process functions between market participants. This dynamic will drive demand for technology that enables companies to either participate in or build these electronic value chains."
The report, titled Net Market Technology: Internet Hubs Drive Business Process Reengineering,analyzes the interdependent relationships between Net markets and technology providers; evaluates technology platforms and business models; and pinpoints emerging trends and horizontal markets.
Profiled suppliers are: @TheMoment, Inc.; Adaptive Trade; Ariba, Inc.; Atlas Commerce; BroadVision, Inc.; Calico Commerce, Inc.; Clarus; Commerce One Inc.; Consolidated Commerce, Inc.; CoreCommerce; Emptoris; Exterprise; Glovia International; i2 Technologies, Inc.; Idapta; Infobank International Holdings plc; iPlanet (e-commerce Solutions, a Sun-Netscape Alliance); Metiom; Moai; Onedayfree, Inc.; onExchange, Inc.; Oracle Corp.; Peoplesoft; Perfect; PurchasePro; SciQuest, Inc.; Siebel Systems, Inc.; SupplyWorks, Inc.; TruExchange; VerticalNet, Inc.; Works.com; and Xchain.