E-Business Applications Technologies for Tommorow's Solutions

E-Business has become a fact for almost all companies. But what are the key technologies for economically successful e-commerce? In this book readers will find all concepts that will coin tomorrow’s e-business: virtual sales assistants (shopbots), personalized web pages, electronic market places, ve...

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Other Authors: Gasos, Jorge (Editor), Thoben, Klaus-Dieter (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2003, 2003
Edition:1st ed. 2003
Series:Advanced Information Processing
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a I:E-Business ­ State of the Art and Trends -- 1. E-Business Principles, Trends and Visions -- 2. Emerging Concepts in E-Business and Extended Products -- 3. The Dynamic Networked Organization: A New Paradigm that is here to Stay? -- 4. Transactions in E-Procurement -- II:Advanced E-Commerce Applications -- 5. Intelligent E-Commerce with Guiding Agents Based on Personalized Interaction Tools -- 6. A Virtual-Sales-Assistant Architecture for E-Business Environments -- 7. Knowledge Intensive Product Search and Customization inE-Commerce -- 8. Lean Configuration: Interactive 3D Configuration for E-Commerce Environments -- 9. Web-Based Commerce in Complex Products and Services with Multiple Suppliers -- 10. E-Tailor: Integration of 3D Scanners, CAD and Virtual-Try-on Technologies for Online Retailing of Made-to-Measure Garments -- III:Supply Chain Management Applications -- 11. Intercompany Supply Chain Management Based on a Holistic E-Business Concept -- 12. Supporting the Animal Feed Industry in an E-Business Environment Using Simulation -- 13. Business Model and Internet Broker Concept for Efficient Electronic Bidding and Procurement in the Tile Industry -- 14. Dynamic Forecasting for Master Production Planning with Stock and Capacity Constraints -- IV:Extended- and Virtual-Enterprise Applications -- 15. Cooperation in Dynamic Networked Organizations -- 16. A Web-Based Collaborative Environment for Concurrent Project Life Cycle Management in Networked Enterprises -- 17. E-Hubs: The Critical Role of First-Tier Suppliers 
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520 |a E-Business has become a fact for almost all companies. But what are the key technologies for economically successful e-commerce? In this book readers will find all concepts that will coin tomorrow’s e-business: virtual sales assistants (shopbots), personalized web pages, electronic market places, vendor managed inventory, virtual organizations, supply chain management. Both technical and economic issues of these concepts are discussed in detail. Leading-edge real world applications are presented that will shape e-business mid-term. This book is a must-read for managers or technical consultants as well as researchers needing in-depth information for strategic business decisions