Presents the complete executive briefing on all aspects of e-business, including e-commerce. Discusses planning and implementation techniques that work, marketing, transactions, and legal issues; avoiding the pitfalls, and portals, search engines, and online community-building. Softcover. DLC: Electronic commerce.
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The complete e-business/e-commerce handbook for every decision-maker
The E-Business (R)evolution is a complete handbook and briefing for every entrepreneur and executive making e-business plans. Start by understanding the six phases of e-business, from "Hello, I'm Online, Too" through "One World -- One Computer." Discover where you fit today -- and where you should be. Build the case for e-business and e-commerce; then learn how to choose the right technologies, avoid the legal (and other) pitfalls of e-business; and much more. Coverage includes:
* Planning for e-business: back office systems, technology choices, ISPs, and architecture
* Marketing that works: personalization, content, affiliates, localization, promotion, advertising, measurement, and more
* Building "sticky" sites: how to attract and retain customers
* Search engines, corporate portals, intelligent agents, and beyond
* Internet-based shopping, procurement, and operations technologies - and their business implications
* What you need to know about Web security
Daniel Amor offers fresh insight into the significance of each new e-business technology, from Web application servers to XML, open source to Internet chat. He also previews the fast-approaching era of pervasive computing, where everyone and everything is connected - and its implications for your business. Whatever your role in planning, deploying, and managing e-business solutions, The E-business (R)evolution is an unparalleled resource.About the Author:
DANIEL AMOR (ebusinessrevolution/) is an e-business consultant for Hewlett-Packard in Germany. He is currently involved in several large e-business projects throughout Europe.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX013085123X
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