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Information Systems

The e-Business Challenge

Traunmueller, Roland (Ed.)

2002, X, 256 p.

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Information Systems: The e-Business Challenge Indisputable, e-Business is shaping the future inspiring a growing range of innovative business models. To bring it to the point: the Internet has redefined the way electronic business is performed. In an electronic supported business all relationships are transformed -may it be a seller-to­ buyer relationship or a an agency-to-citizen relationship. So for instance in commerce new business models incorporate various activities: promoting and communicating company and product information to a global user base; accepting orders and payments for goods and services; providing ongoing customer support; getting feedback and spurring collaboration for a new product development. There are several ways of further differentiating e-Business such as sketching some diversions on various levels: e-Commerce, e-Government; B2C, B2B, B2G, G2C; Customer Relationship Management, Business Intelligence and so on. Further distinctions may follow divergent criteria such as separating in business stages. Thus particular problem domains emerge. They all state of its own guiding the development of adequate information systems.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » E-Business - E-Commerce - Internet - Mobile Payment - Processing - Unified Modeling Language (UML) - evaluation - knowledge management - modeling - organization

Related subjects » Business Information Systems - Database Management & Information Retrieval - General Issues - Software Engineering

Table of contents 

Preface. Programme Committee. A Language Based Combined Requirements Engineering Approach; J. Barjis. Support Structure of Knowledge Management in Software Process Improvement; Wan Jiangping, et al. IT Failure and the Collapse of One.Tel; D. Avison, D. Wilson. Active Models for Digitally Enabled Creative Business Networks; J. Krogstie, et al. Modeling of e-Business Brokerage Systems Using UML and Petri Net; B. Shishkov, J. Barjis. Trust and Virtual Organizations; E. Rossen. Identifying Communities of Practice; K. O'Hara, et al. The Role Of Culture In the Development of Global E-Commerce Systems; J. Slay, G. Quirchmayr. Online One-Stop Government; M.A. Wimmer, E.Tambouris. Designing Collaborative Business Systems; I. Hawryszkiewycz. Video-based Customer Consulting via Internet Using Videoconferencing Standard H.323; U. Zschuckelt, et al. A System For Secure Mobile Payment Transactions; T. Halonen, T. Virtanen. A User Centred Website Development Approach; M. J. Taylor, et al. Designing a Web Application Using an Ethnographic Research Approach; N.C. Surendra. A Framework for Facilitating Higher-order Strategic Thinking in Online Management Development; P. Nicholson, G.White. An Evaluation of the Web Presence of a Nonprofit Organization; A. Abuhamdieh, et al. Auctions with Buyer Preferences; C. Bandela, et al. From Vision to Reality; J. Gunnarsson, G. Sigurdardóttir. Design: How Can We Cope with Change? R. Traunmüller. Index.

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