Disintermediation refers to the termination of agents in the supply chain, which suggests “cutting out the middlemen.”
Numerous people used the network economy to terminate middle agents, facilitating a straight route from the manufacturer to the end-user. It can become a misconception of work for the middlemen and channels. Middle agents persevere through enhancing value. A middle man must adapt if the fluctuations in the marketplace do not determine his work as beneficial. If such a thing happens, the previous intermediary becomes displaceable by a more valuable one.
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