- v. business, banking, finance To carry out disintermediation.
“One of the misconceptions of the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and broader cloud computing market is that these new Web-based services will "disintermediate" the channel because of their simpler, more user-friendly solutions, and direct sales and delivery business models.”
“Myhrvold was talking about how online technology would "disintermediate" commerce.”
“Hosts David Asman and Liz Claman practically crowned the mayor an economic genius after he told them he's asking for wage concessions from labor groups, combining departments and trying to "disintermediate" bureaucracies.”
“But there's fear that Google ultimately wants to have direct relationships with companies and "disintermediate" the agencies (along the lines of what Entelligence claims).”
“disintermediate' commerce and to some extent they were right.”
“We've seen the Internet and digital natives flatten hierarchies, empower participants, disintermediate existing industry structures and processes.”
“They are terrified that someone will come along and (1) disintermediate them; and/or (2) do it better.”
“SecondMarket is a platform that aims to "connect all the world's buyers and sellers—to essentially disintermediate anyone on Wall Street that does not add value.”
“This may be difficulty of trying to both disintermediate existing media companies and play nice with them at the same time.”
“One safe prediction is that Europe is going to disintermediate banks," seeking more financing elsewhere, he said.”
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