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Breaking down the breakdown of private exchanges

For some companies, private exchanges have performed as promised, and for others they have failed to meet expectations. Over the last three years, many companies in the latter category have decided to move away from private exchanges, instead opting for a combination of a broker and software partner. This allows companies to replicate the parts of the exchange model that work well and correct the parts that do not. By breaking down the parts of an exchange, companies can create solutions that deliver the advantages of a private exchange, in addition to offering the flexibility and control a best-in-class broker relationship and software platform can provide. This white paper discusses issues and missed expectations by private exchanges.

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