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e-Business

Organizational and technical foundations

Paperback Engels 2006 9780470843765
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Samenvatting

Twee significante factoren worden gecombineerd om het fenomeen e-Business te bevorderen. De constante concurrentie stimuleert de marktenontplooiing van bedrijven, terwijl de ontwikkeling van IT nieuwe kansen en uitdagingen biedt.

Voor Mike Papazoglou en Pieter Ribbers zijn zowel organisatorische als technologische aspecten belangrijk voor e-Business. Zij laten zien hoe een goed inzicht van organisaties, management en technologieën cruciaal is voor het begrip van wat e-Business tegenwoordig is en hoe het er in de toekomst uit gaat zien.

'e-Business: Organizational and technical foundations' focust op de ontwikkeling van e-Business tussen en binnen bedrijven. In het bijzonder richt het zich op hoe de ondernemingen samenwerken, welke coördinatiemechanismen noodzakelijk zijn en hoe dit wordt weerspiegeld op het technische infrastructuurniveau.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9780470843765
Trefwoorden:e-commerce, E-business
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:722
Hoofdrubriek:IT-management / ICT

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Over Pieter Ribbers

Pieter Ribbers is Head of Department and Professor of Information Management at Tilburg University, the Netherlands. His principal research focuses on the business impact of information technology. He has co-authored two books and published papers in a range of journals.

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Inhoudsopgave

Part 1: The World of e-Business.
1. What is e-Business?
2. Characteristics of e-Business
3. Elements of an e-Business solution
4. e-Business roles and their challenges
5. e-Business requirements
6. Impacts of e-Business
7. Inhibitors of e-Business
8. Chapter Summary.

Part 2: e-Business Strategy
1. What is e-Business strategy?
2. Strategic positioning
3. Three levels of e-Business strategy
4. The changing competitive agenda: business and technology drivers
5. The strategic planning process
6. Strategic alignment
7. The consequences of e-Business: theoretical foundations
8. Success Factors for implementation of E-Business Strategies
9. Chapter summary

Part 3: Business Models
1 Pressures forcing business changes
2 Business models - definitions
3 Classifications of business models
4 Towards networked business models
5 Chapter summary

Part 4: e-Business Relationships
1. Modeling interdependent business activities: the value chain
2. Business processes and their management
3. Types and characteristics of e-Business relationships
4. Electronic links and the value chain
5. Chapter summary

Part 5: Governance Structures
1. Markets versus hierarchies: theoretical contributions
2. Networks
3. Effects of information technology on governance
4. Chapter summary

Part 6: e-Business Technological Infrastructure
1 Technical e-Business challenges
2 Basic infrastructure: client/server technology
3 Web technologies and applications
4 Collaborative technologies
5 The role of Enterprise Information Systems in e-Business
6 Chapter Summary

Part 7: XML the enabling technology for e-Business
1 Brief overview of XML
2 Characteristics of XML document
3 Defining structure in XML documents
4 Document presentation and transformation
5 Processing XML documents.
6 XML, EDI and e-Business
7 Chapter Summary.

Part 8: Electronic Markets
1. Electronic Markets defined
2. The functions of electronic markets
3. How do electronic markets differ from traditional markets?
4. What are the effects of electronic markets?
5. Electronic market success factors
6. e-Market technology solutions
7. Chapter summary

Part 9: e-Procurement
1. Introduction
2. The purchasing process
3. Developments in purchasing
4. IT and purchasing
5. e-Procurement
6. Auctions
7. e-Procurement solutions
8. The slow adoption of e-Procurement
9. Chapter summary

Part 10: e-Business Networks
1. Introduction
2. Network organizations
3. Interorganizational information systems and network organizations
4 Supply chains
5 Integrated supply chains
6 Concluding remarks
7 Chapter summary

Part 11: Intermediaries in the Value Systems
1. Introduction
2. Definition and classification of intermediaries
3. Dynamics in the value system
4. Chapter summary

Part 12: e-Business Modeling
1 Business modeling
2 Business processes and collaboration
3 Business modeling with UML
4 Business process modeling methodologies
5 The Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model
6 The Model Driven Architecture (MDA)
7 Business Process Modeling Notation
8 Chapter Summary

Part 13: Security and Reliability for e-Business
1 Reliability and Quality Considerations
2 Quality requirements
3 Trust
4 e-Business risks
5 e-Business security
6 Realizing a secure e-Business infrastructure
7 Chapter Summary

Part 14: Approaches to Middleware
1. What is middleware?
2. Messaging
3. Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs)
4. Message-Oriented Middleware (MOM)
5. Data-access middleware
6. Transaction oriented middleware
7. Distributed object middleware
8. Newer generation frameworks
9. Chapter Summary

Part 15: Component-based Development
1 What are components?
2 Interfaces and contracts
3 Business components and entities
4 Component models and compositions
5 Component frameworks and patterns
6 Business component architecture
7 Business component-based design and development
8 Advantages and limitations of component-based development
9 Chapter Summary

Part 16: Leveraging Legacy Applications
1. Enterprise information systems and legacy enterprise assets
2. Strategies for modernizing legacy systems
3. Non-invasive approaches
4. Invasive approaches
5. Legacy modernization techniques
6. Chapter Summary

Part 17: Enterprise Application Integration
1. The application integration imperative
2. Operational and financial drivers
3. What is Enterprise Application Integration?
4. Typical topologies for enterprise application integration
5. Types of application integration: passive vs. active
6. Layers of EAI integration
7. Workflow, EAI, and BPM technologies: A comparison
8. When to use synchronous or asynchronous communication
9. Elements of the application integration architecture
10. Implementing business process-level EAI
11. Summary of application integration infrastructure functions
12. Chapter Summary

Part 18: e-Business Integration
1. Business processes and e-Business integration
2. Business process redesign
3. e-Processes
4. Overview of e-Business integration
5. Topologies for e-Business integration
6. Workflow, BPM, EAI and e-Business
7. Integration challenges: the semantic interoperability problem
8. Business integration patterns and their implications
9. e-Business integration requirements revisited
10. Wrapping up: what are the real differences between e-Business and EAI?
11. Chapter Summary

Part 19: Building Loosely Coupled e-Business Applications
1 Introduction
2 The concept of software as a service
3 What are web services?
4 Web services: types and characteristics
5 The service-oriented architecture
6 The web services technology stack
7 Web services standards
8 Web services orchestration
9 Web services transactions
10 Web services security and policy considerations
11 EAI and web services.
12 Chapter Summary

Part 20: Business Protocols
1 Introduction
2 Why are business standards and protocols needed?
3 XML technology stack for e-Business integration
4 RosettaNet
5 Electronic Business XML
6 Convergence between Rosetta, ebXML and web services
7 Chapter Summary

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