Exploring E-commerce: Global E-business and E-societies

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Prentice Hall Ptr, 2000 - Computers - 269 pages
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Two specialists from IBM suggest how large and small companies can develop a coherent strategy for incorporating electronic commerce into their business model. They discuss business, competitive, and technological challenges and explain how companies can leverage the key enablers to take advantage of the changes the Internet is bringing to society.

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Fellenstein, global chief deployment architect at IBM Global Services, and Wood, an IBM consultant, are responsible for implementing IBM's e-commerce initiatives. Offering an executive's perspective ... Read full review

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Craig Fellenstein is Chief Architect at IBM Global Services. He has been Lead Architect for the global deployment of IBM Electronic Commerce Services, for IBM's CommercePOINT, and other key eCommerce development efforts.

Ron Wood plays a key role in engineering IBM's electronic commerce strategy. He has been Lead Solution Architect for IBM's InsureCommerce Initiative; and authored recent white papers on eCommerce and thin client computing in Futuristics, An International Information Technology Journal.

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