USA: Beefing Up Profits: CROSSMARK Subsidiary Selects Bowstreet Business Web Factory as Key Technology for Consumer Packaged Goods Industry Exchange
Concite Inc., a subsidiary of the Dallas-based food broker CROSSMARK, has selected the Bowstreet(TM) Business Web Factory as the "glue" to bond consumer packaged goods manufacturers, brokers and retailers together via the web and eliminate inefficiencies in their combined sales and marketing efforts. Using the Bowstreet solution, Concite and its Consumer Packaged Goods Integration Exchange Portal (
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