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E2open Launches Strategic Member Program.

E2open (Belmont, CA) has unveiled a new Strategic Member program to encourage early and broad participation in the company's development as a secure collaboration network for the electronics industry. The program is designed to expand the company's strategic membership beyond its 10-company founder base. As part of the program, participants will have early access to products and services and join an advisory council to discuss and drive global market requirements for the company's Secure Collaboration Network.

Strategic Members will help to improve existing service offerings and have input into new services. Each company also represents an opportunity for piloting E2open's supply chain collaboration, design collaboration or marketplace solution offerings. Through broad participation, the company will deliver a number of benefits to the electronics industry, including driving of standards on its many-to-many platform; improving security management; creating new channels and sources of supply on a global level; and creating comprehensive and affordable solutions.

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Date:Jun 1, 2001
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