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A popular term for the number of potential consumers of a product or service, which is defined by geography, industry, demographics or other means of commonality.
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The HP Services Marketplace delivers key advantages to both operators and the community of independent software vendors (ISVs), developers and content providers.
the worldwide leader of Web services commercialization through the StrikeIron Web Services Business Network(TM) (WSBizNet(TM)), today announced the StrikeIron ISV Marketplace Integration program for Independent Software Vendors and Solution Providers.
The Reseller Marketplace meets the needs of eBay sellers who need reliable sources of quality product to keep growing.
The StrikeIron Marketplace is available as part of a new release of the StrikeIron Web Services Business Network and provides a complete self-publishing capability for providers and a consistent and simplified authentication, subscription, and management capability for users.
With the MobileLime/ISS45 high-speed, no-hassle payment system, Broadway Marketplace expects to save an average of 20 seconds per transaction once this program is implemented this fall.
Kiptronic today also announced that top-tier podcasters IndieFeed and Radio Memories Network, and advertisers Acoustica, an audio and music recording software company, and the Independent Online Distribution Alliance have joined the Kiptronic Podcast Marketplace.
Key benefits to ISVs include a seamless interface that provides on-the-fly Web services access for effortless integration with the ISV's application, customized Marketplace WSDLs for each ISV providing usage tracking for individual Web services across multiple ISV applications, and an "invoke-thru" mechanism which provides operational views and compensation directly to the ISV on a transactional model.
Our customers tell us they want to integrate our Marketplace Web services into their applications but don't have the pre-requisite expertise or access to the source code required to implement these integrations.
Domain marketplaces like Sedo offer a centralized platform to streamline the purchase and sale of domain names though a unified online interface, enabling businesses to find a great name for their new online business or drive a branding initiative, while allowing domain name sellers to get the optimal price for their domain assets.
eBay Marketplace Research gives subscribers access to data, charts and graphs, customizable in hundreds of different ways, that show what the eBay community is doing, historically and in real-time.
NEW YORK -- In the April 2006 online edition of Marketplace Realities and Risk Management Solutions, Willis Group Holdings describes events in the natural catastrophe (Nat Cat) segment of the property marketplace as "nothing less than tumultuous.