How to Succeed in E-Business
May 20, 2000

An outbreak of online print solution providers offers an opportunity for convenience—as well as the potential for confusion By Eric Fiedler Just five years ago, electronic commerce was an obscure, futuristic idea. Today, it is everywhere. Five years from now, we may wonder how we ever did business without it. In two years alone, approximately 30 start-up print e-commerce services have been launched or have announced their intention to launch.Services vary significantly, but the most prominent ones provide collaborative tools to facilitate project management between printers and print buyers. Generally, the services enable printers and print buyers to interact through a secure Web site and exchange information about

Get Online!
April 20, 1999

Learn how electronic commerce can move your business into the next millennium By Stacey Wenzel Back in December, when just about everyone was hustling to complete his or her holiday shopping, a booming number of people turned to the Internet. A study conducted by Jupiter Communications, New York, estimated that 44 percent of the online households in the U.S. shopped via the Internet during November and December--spending $3.14 billion. What does this prove? Consumers are demanding that businesses have online options--and companies that don't may lose out on sales to competitors who are online. Distributors can use the Internet to help grow their