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A Retail Sourcing Suite Built on Experience
Eqos's mission is to become the leading provider of global sourcing and supplier management solutions for the retail supply chain worldwide. Today, Eqos

autocad 2006 tutorial drawing  Retail Sourcing Suite Built on Experience Eqos 's valuable engagement-based experiences discussed in the previous part of this series (please see One Vendor's Quest to Garner a Global Sourcing Ecosystem ) were parlayed into the 2006 launch of Eqos 3.0 and the more recent launch of Eqos 4.0 in May 2007. Eqos's Web-based applications help retailers streamline and scale their sourcing operations by allowing every member in the supply chain—whether located in Boston (US), Pretoria (South Africa), or

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