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Consumers Swaying Supply Chain Decisions

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Consumers driven
t.alex   12/18/2012 9:51:30 AM

Consumers are making bette decisions nowadays than before. Ease of access to information on the Internet, free flow of ideas through social network all contribute to their decision making process. Companies have to establish a strong foundation for market intelligence to capture these in real time and act swiftly.

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A clear recent example?
R.J.Matthews   12/18/2012 6:06:58 AM




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