Virtual cooperation

virtual collaboration (or e-cooperation) refers to the use of digital technology that organizations or individuals together to plan, design, develop and manage products, services, research and innovate the EC and applications. Although e-cooperation can have a non-commerce application, the term usually refers to the community of trade relations between business partners. An example is a company that works with vendors who design products or components for the company. 

Collaborative commerce implies communication, information exchange and joint planning electronically through instruments such as groupware and specially developed EC collaboration tool.


  1. Managing VAs wouldn't be more easy without using tracking tools for project management. I've personally tried Zillable and this tool is very promising.


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