The great equalizer
- You can run your business on the Internet. Bennett, Gordon // Inside Tucson Business;3/29/2004, Vol. 13 Issue 39, p5
Discusses ways in which business owners can use the Internet to maximize their operations. Enabling of customers, suppliers, salespeople and managers to have access to the data they need; Scenario for a small manufacturing company using the Internet to its fullest advantage; Use of Internet...
- CHANGING THE E-COMMERCE VALUE CHAIN. Marcolin, Barbara; Gaulin, Brad // Ivey Business Journal;Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p23
Presents an overview and a model of how conducting business through the Internet can impact the value chain. Value of the global electronic commerce in 1999; Projection for the business-to-business market of Canada by 2005; Factors for moving company operations online; Description of a...
- Ten ways to...run an e-business. Browning, Guy // Management Today;Jan2000, p20
Presents tips on how to run an electronic-commerce venture on the Internet. Identifying one's customer base; Delivery of the entire customer experience; Personalized and value-added service for customers; Creation of a virtual community; Reduction of costs compared with other channels.
- Don't Abandon Strengths In Pursuit of E-business. Brigandi, Michael T. // Business Journal (Central New York);08/04/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 31, p9
Focuses on effects of the Internet on traditional business operations. Question on the identification and implementation of Internet requirements; Impact of marketing plan integration with channel partners on company success; Implications of Customer Relationship Management for customer...
- Making internet a part of your growth strategy. // San Diego Business Journal;07/19/99, Vol. 20 Issue 29, pB3
Offers advice to businesses on how to make the Internet a part of growth strategy. Finding right Internet solution and provider; Guidelines for designing a site; Electronic commerce.
- The power of inertia. Garden, Alex // New Zealand Management;Apr2002, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p80
Discusses the concept of inertia in business processes. Challenge faced by businesses in convincing consumers to try Internet-based services; Application of the concept of inertia in the Internet; Strategies for breaking or utilizing inertia in business processes.
- The Year in Management. Harari, Oren // Management Review;Feb2000, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p14
Looks back at the events that made impact in the world of business and management in 1999. Potential of business-to-business and business-to-end user electronic commerce; Value of the Internet; Instances that crystallized in the Internet marketspace.
- Households shop very little on the Internet. // Infomat: A Weekly Review;03/23/2001, p5
Reports on the decline in Internet shopping of private households in Canada in 1999. Amount spent by households on Internet shopping; Total personal expenditure in Canada; Why households did not place orders on the Internet.
- High-tech procurement. Richardson, Helen L. // Transportation & Distribution;Feb2000, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p55
Focuses on the move of several companies to adopt the Internet to speed the purchasing process for their customers. Exciting uses of Internet in business; Processing cost advantage offered by online purchasing; How companies can ensure cost cutting on the online purchasing process.