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By Phillip L. Carter, D.B.A., director of the Center for Advanced Purchasing Studies and editor of The Journal of Supply Chain Management, in Tempe, Arizona. August 1999 Purchasing Today®, page 33. Perhaps the most obvious trend facing purchasing and supply professionals, electronic commerce gives a new look to communications, processes, and decision making. Pretend it's Monday, August 9, 2004. Your agenda for the day includes a meeting that concerns a multimillion dollar investment in additional electronic commerce activities. It's not hard to imagine that by this point in time, electronic commerce will have ...
The most basic information often required in an ERM is the ability to locate the titles to which that library branch subscribes. Revisiting Wayne State University’s ERM System: Six Years Later – p. 20 by Nancy Beals — Adopting an ERM system, whether it’s home-grown or purchased, is not as straightforward as many would think. Electronic Resource Management Systems and the Small to Medium University Library: An Argument for Implementation – p. 22 by Ryan Weir — Electronic resources are always changing and evolving, and the ways in which we strive to provide access are evolving as ... Read More
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