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enableSME E-Business Enablement for SME\'s Information Technology Department National University of Ireland Galway

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Why e-Business? In the US, ECommerce Sales in the final quarter of 2003 were 17.2 billion, a 25 % expansion from 2002 Similar development figures accessible for Europe E-trade incomes in Europe keep on growing - ought to beat USD1 trillion by 2004 (IDC Research) B2B deals will drive ecommerce in Europe as the utilization of online commercial centers and online obtainment turns out to be more well known with business chiefs Although B2C incomes in Europe multiplied to USD12.2 billion a year ago, this high development rate is not anticipated that would proceed (IDC Research) Online business-to-business exchanges (B2B) are ready to heighten. As indicated by Forrester Research, the European Union\'s (EU) online exchange will surge from the 2001 figure of €77 billion to €2.2 trillion in 2006 — expanding from under 1 percent of aggregate business exchange to 22 percent.

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Why SME\'s? Enhance existing business connections Improved perceivability for clients and suppliers Reduce request preparing overhead Make it simpler to manufacture new business connections More and all the more extensive endeavor are demanding some level of B2B mix from their suppliers

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E-Business "Ability Maturity Model" Need to do it in a way that is intelligible to the clients, economical and has a staged usage There are numerous e-business "status" evaluations accessible – however they are low on innovation appraisal Must have a technique for going past the site page/storefront Developing a review and staged execution approach moved down by a product structure which can be actualized in an arranged way

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enableSME scope Primarily centered around the innovation challenge Provide a toolbox of procedures, skill and programming: B2B Technological Readiness Assessment strategy Standard business exchanges and related (XML) archives to take part in fundamental B2B and B2C e-trade Integrated programming answer for B2B and B2C e-business enablement

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E-business is as yet developing Emphasis has changed as we learnt more: from meddling procedure of figure out and mapping of inward organization procedures and information Trying to adjust organization frameworks to our answer Hard-coding of legacy application joining to Non-nosy legacy reconciliation Monitoring of vital business occasions Separation of business rationale from application rationale

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Revised Architecture Concepts Separation of Application Logic (e.g. ERP) from adaptable Business Logic (e.g. rules in e-Business Engine) Kitbag of Customisable Components Base around fundamental (expandable) arrangement of business exchanges No/Low Licensing expenses Proven open source programming XML as organization for business transacitons Support developing correspondences benchmarks, for example, Web Services and also http, email

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Why XML? Just 300,000 organizations worldwide have embraced EDI due to its unpredictability and cost millions have built up an Internet nearness EDI was never received broadly enough to change the way business is led electronically EDI guideline is great – disposal of manual procedures by permitting direct data trade between inside utilizations of various organizations XML permits the inner uses of various organizations to share data straightforwardly. XML is both machine and intelligible while EDI is just machine-discernable.

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Customer Supplier MRP ERP Sales MRP XML-Based e-Commerce connects the manual crevice

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Comparing XML and EDI

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Sample EDI PO BEG*1234*01/24/2001~ DTM*110*01/25/2001~ PO1*1*232324~ NTE*Line Number 1~ PO1*2*99999~ NTE*Line Number 2~ CTT*2*10~

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Sample XML PO

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Legacy (e.g. MRP, ERP) Online Catalog & B2C Online Order Entry Product Data B2C Publishing Engine XML Live Product Catalog XML (Orders, Queries,..) E-Business Server Product Data Adaptor Customer Extract Product Catalog

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Level 1: Visibility Customer Supplier MRP Online Secure Customer Info Visibility Online Secure Supplier Info Visibility Trading Partner Management Trading Partner Data Event Monitor Editor E-Business Server Event Store Legacy Monitor

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Level 2: B2C Customer Supplier MRP Online Secure Customer Info Visibility Online Secure Supplier Info Visibility Trading Partner Management Trading Partner Data Event Monitor Editor E-Business Server Event Store B2C Server Legacy Monitor XML Live Product Catalog Extract Product Catalog Online Ordering

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Level 3: B2B Customer Supplier MRP Online Secure Customer Info Visibility Online Secure Supplier Info Visibility Trading Partner Management E-Business Rules Editor Trading Partner Data Event Monitor Editor E-Business Server Event Store B2B Engine Legacy Monitor Electronic Transactions (EDI, XML, E-Mail,..) Electronic Transactions (EDI, XML, E-Mail,..) XML Live Product Catalog Extract Product Catalog

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Level 4: Business Event Management Customer Supplier MRP Online Secure Customer Info Visibility buying Online Secure Supplier Info Visibility deals operations occasion alarms Trading Partner Management E-Business Rules Editor Trading Partner Data Event Monitor Editor E-Business Server Event Store B2B Engine Legacy Monitor Electronic Transactions (EDI, XML, E-Mail,..) Electronic Transactions (EDI, XML, E-Mail,..) XML Live Product Catalog Extract Product Catalog

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eSET: Business Testbed & Skilset Enhancement Tool We are additionally taking a gander at building up a preparation and testbed environment for e-business

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