administered VMS


administered VMS
= AVMS; administered strategic alliance
A vertical marketing system in which a powerful channel captain (quite often a major retailing chain) coordinates marketing activities at all levels in the channel, including planning and management, even though it does not directly own the other channel members. Compare contractual VMS; corporate VMS

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