E-business is the future

By Food Industry News | 14 February 2000

IBM has warned consumer packaged goods(CPG) companies to embrace e-business - or face the consequences. The IT giant says that companies mustwholeheartedly embrace the new world of e-business, or face severe consequences rangingfrom take-overs to the forced departure of senior managers.

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IBM has warned consumer packaged goods(CPG) companies to embrace e-business - or face the consequences. The IT giant says that companies mustwholeheartedly embrace the new world of e-business, or face severe consequences rangingfrom take-overs to the forced departure of senior managers.

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