A Distinction Is Made Between Channel Members and Facilitating Agencies
A distinction is made between channel members and facilitating agencies because:
A)Sometimes academic hairsplitting is necessary.
B)The channel members are part of the interorganizational system, while the facilitating agencies are not.
C)The channel management problems are often different for channel members versus facilitating agencies.
D)The use of facilitating agencies is not a frequent occurrence for many firms.
E)Channel members and facilitating agencies have different levels of control in the movement of goods.