E-business: Key Issues, Applications and Technologies

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Brian Stanford-Smith, Paul T. Kidd
IOS Press, 2000 - Computers - 1143 pages
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How can the Internet and world wide web improve my long-term competitive advantage? This book helps answer this question by providing a better understanding of the technologies, their potential applications and the ways they can be used to add value for customers, support new strategies, and improve existing operations. It is not just about e-commerce but the broader theme of e-business which affects products, business processes, strategies, and relationships with customers, suppliers, distributors and competitors. To cover future trends, the editors have collected papers from authors operating at the frontiers of the developments so the reader can more appreciate the directions in which these technologies are heading. The resulting 165 essays have been collated into ten sections, which have been grouped in three parts: key issues, applications areas and applications, tools and technologies. A business rarely makes radical changes but is constantly making adjustments to circumstances. Businesses must now adapt to the global implications of the Internet and world wide web. This book hopes to aid awareness of the implications so that the changes are managed wisely.
 

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Contents

Towards a Mobile Information Society G Wahlberg
5
a LargeScale Implementation of a Smart Community Model
12
the New World Challenge M Couzens
20
Electronic Procurement S R Leonard
31
Helping Small UK Firms into the Digital World J Searle
41
EEurope and the IST Programme R Zobei
48
Prime Ministers Questions M Collins
56
Challenges for Companies
63
A Web Enabled Solution for Managing Distributed Product Innovation
531
Active Knowledge Models of Extended Enterprises F Lillehagen
545
New Methods and Tools for Collaborative Rich Media Production
552
WebBased Virtual Enterprise Network for the Maritime Industry C Odendahl
559
Benefits of Mobile Internet to Business Processes E Lopez
566
an Architectural Framework D Mac Randal
573
Binding Distributed Business Process CoOrdination DBPC and Digital
580
Sharing of Computing Facilities and Engineering Tools via Web Based Internet
587

Successful E Commerce Business Design C H Benitez
70
Ebusiness and Organisational Change P Jackson and L Harris
76
The Spread of Telework in 2005 K Gareis and N Kordey
83
Implication on Internet Liability
93
The Influence of the Legal Environment on Internet Security Gil Pechudn
100
Electronic Commerce and Consumer Protection in Europe M Lehmann
107
Online Intermediary Liability Framework M Valimdki and P Martikainen i 13
120
an Electronic Copyright Framework P Vannel and G Tsobgni
127
Security for ECommerce Applications A Koniger
134
Facilitating Administrative Services for Mobile Europeans with Secure
141
Security and Interoperability Issues
148
Bank of Sabadell J Bitch
155
A New Standard for Security in ECommerce A Elsaleh
165
CoOrdination of Security Activities between Chambers of Commerce
172
A Security Chain for Trust and Confidence L Beslay
185
Copyright Description Language for Distribution of Digital Contents
204
Digital Signatures for Web Content C GeuerPollmann C Ruland P Sklavos
218
Mediating and Monitoring Electronic Commerce T De Bree and V Furundarena
232
ELeaming for European Industry M Kelleher A Haldane and G Van Heijst
248
Think Business Innovation and Growth Hussla and A Thiemann
262
Electronic Commerce M Castro
280
Linking the Scandinavian Countries and Scotland through Information
293
Increasing European SMEs TakeUp of Electronic Commerce
306
Application Areas
321
Information Age Business and KnowledgeDriven Virtual Market Places
339
Recognising Valuing and Managing Intellectual
353
Inter and IntraOrganisational Barriers to Sharing Knowledge in the Extended
367
Measurement System for the Evaluation of RD Knowledge in the Engineering
381
People and Knowledge in the Neteconomy F Garcia Pastor
395
OntologyBased Tools for Knowledge Management
409
SMARTMAN ICT an EProcurement Solution for Organisations 5 Ristol
425
Wireless Identification Revolutionizes the Supply Chain? J Holmstrdm C Winquist
441
an Integrated System Supporting EBusiness in the Construction
454
an Advanced Infrastructure
468
VESI The Solution for Interorganisational Dynamic Supply Chains R Ahlers
475
Requirements and Business Models for Practical Trading Tools and Broker Services
482
PreNotified Trucks Pass the Gate Faster F Arendt
489
Modelling to Support an Ebusiness Environment in the Feed Industry Hunt
495
B to B Electronic Commerce Server with Virtual Market T Kathura
501
Customer Controlled ELogistics 7 7 W Damen
508
XMLBased Internet Communication for Advanced External Logistics K Furst
516
The KARE Ebusiness Strategy for the Acquisition and Supply of Oneofakind
522
From Business Integration to EBusiness 7 7 Pinto Ferreira
594
An AgentBased Workflow System for InterEnterprise Business Processes
601
A Distributed Information System for Improved Business CoOrdination
608
COMPETE A Common Platform for the Extended Enterprise M Sanseverino
615
the IST Project Cluster EXPIDE
622
A Tool to Support CoOperative Product Development in the Area of EBusiness
629
Virtual Enterprise CoOperation Model for WebEnabled Production Management
639
Presentation of the IMSProject Approach to Analyze and Improve Logistics
652
An Overview of IMSHUTOP Project H Tomita S Hata H Koshimizu
666
A Dynamic Management Methodology with Modular and Integrated Methods
680
Web Enabled Collaborative Forecast A De Oltveira J De Oliveira
695
A Customisable Plug and Play Solution for SME WEBEnabled Interconnection
714
ICT Support for Dynamic Virtual Enterprises in Oneofakind Industries
728
Analysing Efficiencies in Networked Enterprises Using Information Supply Chains
742
Intelligent ECommerce with Guiding Agents Based on Personalized
760
XIV
776
Analysis Representation Deployment M Mulvenna S S Anand
789
Creating Loyalty in ECommerce Using Agent Technology J Pitt Y Arafa
803
Guiding the Customers Search in EBusiness with the Intelligent Cluster Index
817
an Open Market Energy Generation Allocation
833
MultiChannel Access to Parking Information and Reservation Services
852
EGovernment as an Enabler
866
Allinclusive Digital Town and its Villages J R Mendes
885
EBusiness Vision of Telefonica De Espafia
899
Mobile Multimedia Solution for AfterSales Service of Agricultural Equipment
913
Ebusiness for Public Services and Government OnLine Comparisons between
927
the Italian Customs Documents P Baglietto
941
Distance Consulting for Small and MediumSized Enterprises M Allegro
953
Enhanced European Numerical Simulation Services for Small
967
On the Offline Portability of Web Sites G R Joubert O Kao I La Tendresse
982
Ebusiness Solutions for Flexible Mobility Services in Europe G Ambrosino
996
Measuring the Performance of Ebusiness and Ework Based on their Business
1010
How Business Models Influence the Development of EBusiness Applications
1024
Requirements for Mobile ECommerce A Tsalgatidou and J Veijalainen
1037
Content Creation in Broadband Systems B Lennstrand C Persson
1051
Towards Spoken Language Interfaces for EBusiness
1065
Software Components Successfully Applied to Survive
1079
A MobileAgent Based Infrastructure for Ework and Ebusiness Applications
1092
a Powerful Platform for Learning and Training on the Web A Segovia
1106
The Promotion of Electronic Commerce in SMEs through a National Network
1120
A Methodology for Exploitation of Innovative Results in InternetMultimedia
1134
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