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During a recent “un-webinar” from MasterB2B, panelists squared off on topics such as bringing in outside B2C talent to better enable B2B e-commerce platforms and whether e-commerce teams should report to the IT side of a distributor or to the CEO/C-suite business side.
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As spring unfolds, MDM takes a deep dive into new beginnings with a Premium issue full of content on recruiting the next generation of talent and what it means to thrive in a post-pandemic business environment. Read the March 25 issue now for a sneak peek at the future of distribution.
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Harnessing the power of data can transform a distributor. This article introduces distributors to the benefits of analytics, including how data-informed decisions can help a company analyze market potential, profile customers and better target prospects — all of which can grow revenue, reduce costs and improve profitability.
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This issue of MDM Premium takes a deep dive into the distribution M&A landscape for the remainder of 2021. Topics covered include historical thinking that led to today’s perspectives, how 2020 shaped investor and seller mindsets and what to think about when planning a transaction of your own. We’ve also got news on Walmart’s latest automation moves and how you can get a sneak peek at the industry’s future through MDM’s next virtual event.
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As platform strategy 101 tells us: the technology is a commodity. The power is in the network. As a result, Applico is seeing two types of marketplace technology providers: SaaS (software as a service) and, more recently, MaaS (marketplace as a service).
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