Electronic trading: a practical handbook
Electronic trading is one of the fastest growing applications of Information Technology in today's business world and is truly the exploitation of IT for business benefit. This book explains what electronic trading is, why businesses need it, who will be involved, how to go about it, when you should do it, and where you should and should not apply electronic trading techniques.
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What does Electronic Trading mean and why do we need it?
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Application Programming Interfaces applications audit benefits blockers boiled frog business electronically business networks business process business systems CALS capability Chapter communications Compact Disc component Computer Graphics Metafile consider cost customers defined designed distributed distributed business Distributed Management Environment E-mail EDI service EDI standards EDIFACT electronic business electronic catalogue Electronic Data Interchange Electronic Mail electronic trading European example Exchange exploit Figure future gateway graphics hence ICL's implement improve industry information systems initial input integration Interface international standards invoices involved ISBN issues large number look machines major MIT90s programme multimedia NCC Blackwell network service open system output paper documents potential problem proprietary Protocol raster graphics SGML simple suppliers system developers techniques telecommunications telephone trade documents trade electronically Trade Facilitation Board trading partners transaction Value Added Network