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B2B Marketplaces – Limits of the Marketplace model for Global Account customers (1/2)

In B2B distribution, the new challenge is to massively expand the product offering. The Marketplace model has rapidly prevailed in this context. It is now showing some limitations, as François Duranton, CEO of ZeTrace, explains in this first column. B2B marketplaces are gathering momentum! They are currently winning VSE/SME targets, especially for service-sector and non-strategic […]

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B2B – Marketplace or Drop Shipping : It is urgent not to choose (2/2)

In this second column, François Duranton, CEO of ZeTrace, compares the Marketplace and Drop Shipping approaches. He recommends considering hybridization to face up to the new challenges of expansion of the product offering in B2B distribution. There are three models for massive expansion of the product offering, as we saw in the note on the […]

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Outsourcing your receivables management to boost your business

Companies outsource primarily to cut costs. But today, it is not only about cutting costs but also about reaping the benefits of strategic outsourcing such as accessing skilled expertise, reducing overhead, flexible staffing, and increasing efficiency, reducing turnaround time and eventually generating more profit. When it comes to receivables management and its implications on an […]

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