Designing Systems for Internet Commerce

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Addison-Wesley, 1998 - Computers - 375 pages
Written by two of the most experienced practitioners in this burgeoning field, Designing Systems for Internet Commerce will guide you through the business and technical considerations of building fully functioning, secure, and financially successful Internet commerce systems. Both comprehensive and practical, this book explains the fundamental principles of system design, reveals best design practices, and offers reality-based advice on implementation. It explores the common issues and critical questions to ask when planning a system for Internet commerce. In addition, it describes the key technologies relevant to electronic commerce and explains how to apply the using numerous examples. In addition, the authors walk you through a full-fledged Internet commerce system design to illustrate all of these strategies, technologies, and functions in action. Moreover, the book demonstrates how to separate content from transactions, and offers an example of a scalable transaction engine.

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Contents

The Commerce Value Chain
15
Internet Business Strategy
31
Business ModelsSome Case Studies
41
Copyright

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G. Winfield Treese is a principal at Serissa Research, Inc., a consulting company focused on enhancing the security of Internet applications. Previously, he was part of the founding team at Open Market, Inc., an early pioneer in developing applications for Internet commerce.

Lawrence C. Stewart is a principal at Serissa Research, Inc., a consulting company focused on enhancing the security of Internet applications. Previously, he was part of the founding team at Open Market, Inc., an early pioneer in developing applications for Internet commerce.



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