Doing Business in an Electronic World

Fasoranti, Del
May 2000
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;May/Jun2000, Issue 20, p8
Academic Journal
Focuses on the scale and speed of the electronic commerce revolution. Impact on society and the business sector; Challenges of integrating electronic commerce to the business infrastructure; Effect of the Internet on business viability; Implementation of an e-commerce strategy; Process of identifying business processes suitable for conversion to e-business. INSETS: Figure 1.;Figure 2.;Virtual profit..


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