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Title Managing e-commerce and mobile computing technologies / edited by Julie Mariga.

Published Hershey, PA : IRM Press, [2003]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bund  658.84 MANA {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiii, 293 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Chapter I. A Concept for the Evaluation of E-Commerce-Ability / Ulrike Baumol, Thomas Stiffel, Robert Winter 1 -- Chapter II. M-Commerce: A Location-Based Value Proposition / Nenad Jukic, Abhishek Sharma, Boris Jukic, Manoj Parameswaran 19 -- Chapter III. E-Commerce Adoption in Small Firms: A Study of Online Share Trading / Pak Yuen P. Chan, Annette M. Mills 28 -- Chapter IV. Conceptualizing the SMEs' Assimilation of Internet-Based Technologies / Pratyush Bharati, Abhijit Chaudhury 46 -- Chapter V. Strategic Issues in Implementing Electronic-ID Services: Prescriptions for Managers / Bishwajit Choudhary 52 -- Chapter VI. Potential Roles for Business-to-Business Marketplace Providers in Service-Oriented Architectures / Markus Lenz, Markus Greunz 63 -- Chapter VII. An Evaluation of Dynamic Electronic Catalog Models in Relational Database Systems / Kiryoong Kim, Dongkyu Kim, Jeuk Kim, Sang-uk Park, Ighoon Lee, Sang-goo Lee, Jong-hoon Chun 73 -- Chapter VIII. Extending Client-Server Infrastructure Using Middleware Components / Qiyang Chen, John Wang 91 -- Chapter IX. E-Business Experiences with Online Auctions / Bernhard Rumpe 103 -- Chapter X. Implementing Privacy Dimensions within an Electronic Storefront / Chang Liu, Jack Marchewka, Brian Mackie 116 -- Chapter XI. An E-Channel Development Framework for Hybrid E-Retailers / In Lee 132 -- Chapter XII. Organization, Strategy and Business Value of Electronic Commerce: The Importance of Complementarities / Ada Scupola 147 -- Chapter XIII. Continuous Demand Chain Management: A Downstream Business Model for E-Commerce / Merrill Warkentin, Akhilesh Bajaj 163 -- Chapter XIV. Web-Based Supply Chain Integration Model / Latif Al-Hakim 183 -- Chapter XV. A Cooperative Communicative Intelligent Agent Model for E-Commerce / Ric Jentzsch, Renzo Gobbin 208 -- Chapter XVI. Supporting Mobility and Negotiation in Agent-Based E-Commerce / Ryszard Kowalczyk, Leila Alem 226 -- Chapter XVII. Deploying Java Mobile Agents in a Project Management Environment / F. Xue, K. Y. R. Li 245 -- Chapter XVIII. Factors Influencing Users' Adoption of Mobile Computing / Wenli Zhu, Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah, Fan Zhao 260 -- Chapter XIX. Mobile Computing Business Factors and Operating Systems / Julie R. Mariga 272.
Other formats Published also in electronic form.
Summary Examining the challenges and limitations involved in implementing and using e-commerce technologies, this guide describes how these technologies have been very instrumental to many organizations around the globe. Discussed is how, through the use of electronic commerce, organizations of all sizes and types are able to conduct business without worrying about the territorial market limitations of the past. Additionally, how mobile commerce technologies are further enabling such organizations to communicate more effectively is reviewed. Also covered are the potential for a B2B marketplace, deploying Java mobile agents, and e-business experiences with online auctions.
Other author Mariga, Julie R.
Subject Electronic commerce -- Technological innovations.
Mobile commerce.
Mobile computing.
ISBN 1931777462 (paperback)
1931777624 (ebook)