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Electronic Commerce Strategy Management 493L April 1, 2002 Professor Kleist

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Why have an electronic trade procedure? Electronic Commerce "Strategies for Success" Or, how to win at ecommerce?

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Objectives for Today\'s Class: Why use electronic trade? Advantages of electronic trade Ecommerce business procedures Planning for ecommerce Issues of Web advertising Competitive, key point of interest from electronic trade Discussion of business systems of ecommerce from readings for now Internet Building Blocks

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Why use electronic trade? Key change in the way organizations interface with each other Not a prevailing fashion, yet the utilization of electronic components to circulate data and give business client bolster Benefits to customers (level) Benefits to business (vertical)

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Benefits to Electronic Commerce (Greenstein and Feinman 2000, p. 3, direct quote) Internet and online electronic trade is more moderate than conventional EDI Internet and online electronic trade permits more business accomplices to be come to than with customary EDI Internet and electronic business can achieve an all the more topographically scattered client base Procurement preparing expenses can be brought down decreases in inventories lower process durations better client administration lower deals and showcasing costs

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Reasons to Move to EC (Amor, 2000, P. 12) Expand market achieve Visibility Responsiveness New Services Strengthen business connections Cost-Reduction Channel Conflicts

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Ecommerce Business Strategies Corporate Mission and Strategy MIS Strategy Web Based Ecommerce Mission Ecommerce Plan

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Ecommerce Business Strategies How much business on web in next 12 months, two years? Completely computerized, online business, or simply fourth station for your firm (e.g., eye to eye, phone or mail)? How quick is the organization going to develop? What are your desires for rate of return? Taken a toll decrease?

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Planning for Ecommerce (Amor, 2000, p. 59, 131-135) Find a champion Plan for change Define a pilot venture Estimate the costs Measure efficiency Re-engineer business forms Learn as you go Prepare for resistance Prepare for calamity Create a dull webpage

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Brands Change Conciseness Dynamic Sites Finances Free Givaways Global Village Color pattern File measure Live Events Niche Markets Promotion Syndication Technology Feedback FAQ Navigation Aids Issues of Web Marketing (Amor, 200, p. 137)

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Why is the web so convincing in an advertising sense? (Bruner 1998, Chapter 2) Interactive Personal Infocentric Instantaneous Measurable Flexible Interlinked Economical Resources

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Enterprise.com: Market Leadership in the Information Age (Papows 1998) The Network Centric Era and the Changing Workplace The Web: Forger of the New IT Economics The Web/Virtual Office Based Era The Market Facing Enterprise Knowledge Management: The Sustainable Competitive Advantage Converging and Transforming Industries The Great American Economic Surprise The Race For Global Leadership

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Embrace the swarm Increasing returns Plentitude, not lack Follow the free Feed the web first Let go at the top From spots to spaces No congruity. All flux Relationship tech Opportunities before efficiencies New Rules for the New Economy (Kelly, 1998)

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Cybergold Inktomi Levi Strauss Ford Motor Company Silicon Graphics McKesson, Inc. Cisco Systems, Inc. Virtual Vineyards, Inc. Mpath Interactive Onsale, Inc. The Gap, Inc. Marshall Industries, Inc. MCA/Universal Sample Strategic EC Firms (Ware, et al. 1998)

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Outlook for the Future (in view of Amor, Chapter 16) Consumer gadgets Privacy and Security Next Generation Internet Brokers Total robotization of business Social effects Electronic trade versus .coms

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Discussion: Answer one of the accompanying inquiries utilizing either today\'s readings or the present periodicals disseminated in class, and have the capacity to protect your answer with a solid illustration. Talk about what parts of web advertising are additionally in proof in your article or site. In what capacity can electronic trade decrease stock expenses? In what manner can electronic business decrease creation process duration? By what means can electronic trade improve client administration? In what capacity can electronic business help a firm achieve its clients in an ease design? Does Internet access make workers pretty much beneficial? Give a case of electronic trade in the supplier\'s worth chain.

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Internet Building Blocks (PriceWaterhouseCoopers, 2001 Technology Forecast) Applications Programming Interfaces Server side programming dialects and situations Web Server Products Improving Web server execution Client side innovations Schemas, systems and vocabularies Internet related items and administrations

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Applications Programming Interfaces (PriceWaterhouseCoopers, 2001 Technology Forecast) Apache CGI API Oracle Request Broker Netscape Server API

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Server Side Programming (PriceWaterhouseCoopers, 2001 Technology Forecast) Java Perl ASP ColdFusion VB Personal Home Page Python

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Web server items (PriceWaterhouseCoopers, 2001 Technology Forecast) Apache Microsoft IIS Iplanet IBM/Lotus Domino

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Improving Web Server Performance (PriceWaterhouseCoopers, 2001 Technology Forecast) Caching Web adjusting SSL Accelerators

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Client Side Technologies (PriceWaterhouseCoopers, 2001 Technology Forecast) Browser Plug-ins Markup dialects SGML XML JavaScript Java ActiveX

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Schemas, Frameworks and Vocabularies (PriceWaterhouseCoopers, 2001 Technology Forecast) XML Schemas Extensible Business Reporting Language DSML XAML eBRL

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Internet Related Products and Services (PriceWaterhouseCoopers, 2001 Technology Forecast) Streaming sound and video IP Multicasting Mbone Voice over Ip Cisco\'s AVVID

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