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Author McKie, Stewart.

Title E-business best practices : leveraging technology for business advantage / Stewart McKie.

Published New York ; Chichester : Wiley, [2001]
©2001

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 UniM Bund  658.84 MCKI {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Physical description xx, 204 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Thinking Outside-In 2 -- Technology Churn 3 -- Business Asset Management 5 -- Process Demolition 7 -- Chapter 1 E-Business Landscape 11 -- Browser/Server 12 -- Clickstream Farming 16 -- Everything's a URL 17 -- Event-Aware Enterprises 19 -- Four Faces of the Internet 20 -- Integration Rules 22 -- ISP to ASP to BSP 23 -- Matchmaking 24 -- Portals on the World 25 -- Document-level APIs 27 -- Chapter 2 E-Business Management: Going Beyond ERP 29 -- Rationale for ERP 30 -- Drawbacks of ERP 32 -- ERP Reality Check 33 -- Extended ERP 34 -- Extended ERP versus EAM 36 -- Future of ERP 37 -- Application Frameworks 38 -- Chapter 3 Monitor to Manage: Enterprise Positioning System 43 -- Business Monitoring 45 -- Implementing Business Monitoring 53 -- E-Business Analytics 55 -- Chapter 4 Collaborate to Compete 63 -- Technology of Collaboration 64 -- Collaboration Servers 66 -- Internet as Intermediary 69 -- Virtual Markets 70 -- Niche Communities 71 -- One-to-Many Collaboration Chains 72 -- "Virtual" Applications 75 -- Chapter 5 Customer Relationship Management 77 -- World of CRM 78 -- Positioning CRM Technology 80 -- CRM: Target, Acquire, and Retain 82 -- E-Customer Relationship Management 86 -- Importance of ERP Integration 92 -- Closed-Loop eCRM 95 -- Chapter 6 E-Procurement 97 -- E-Procurement: Process, Costs, and Roles 99 -- Operational Resource Procurement 103 -- Collaborative E-Procurement 106 -- Chapter 7 Knowledge Management 111 -- KM Landscape 113 -- Data Sources 116 -- Information Warehouses 117 -- Disseminating Knowledge 119 -- Enhancing Knowledge 122 -- Knowledge Technology 123 -- Chapter 8 Digital Asset Management 125 -- Portals: Gateways to Digital Assets 126 -- Portal Variants 128 -- Departmental Portals 130 -- Business Partner Portals 132 -- Message Management 133 -- Chapter 9 Software as Service 141 -- Build, Buy, or Broker 142 -- From ISP to BSP 145 -- ASPs 146 -- BSPs 151 -- Chapter 10 XML Everywhere 155 -- Understanding XML 157 -- XML and EDI 160 -- XML as Document API 161 -- XML and Business Process Reengineering 162 -- Chapter 11 Hackett Benchmarking Solutions on Best Practices 167 -- Hackett on Finance 168 -- Hackett on Human Resources 171 -- Hackett on IT 173 -- Hackett on Planning and Performance Measurement 176 -- Hackett on Procurement 178 -- Hackett on E-Business 181.
Summary E-Business Best Practices: Leveraging Technology for Business Advantage addresses the e-business issues that every business is addressing now or will be addressing soon. With the array of new technological concept "saviors" being touted in the market, there is a real need to evaluate what is actually working and whether it will work for a specific company. This is not an implementation guide but a roadmap for business change-agents and employees charged with figuring out E-Business strategies or evaluating E-Business software
Subject Business enterprises -- Computer networks.
Management.
Electronic commerce.
ISBN 0471402516 No price
0471402516 (cloth : alk. paper)
0471402516