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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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Gasos, Jorge (Editor), Thoben, Klaus-Dieter (Editor)
Format: eBook
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
Table of Contents:
  • 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