Summary of e-Enterprise
Business Models, Architecture, and Components
Nobody ever said that building an e-business was going to be easy.
It’s tough to pick up a magazine or turn on the television these days without someone telling you that you must turn your company into an e-company in order to survive. But once you get past these exhortations to "embrace change," it’s surprisingly hard to find any practical advice on how to integrate e-commerce into your company’s business plan. Therein lies the value of Faisal Hoque’s e-Enterprise, which disposes of generalities and plunges headlong into an explanation of online business models, applications, architecture and tools. For the technologically challenged, this book will go down like castor oil. But if you are running a business - any business - Hoque’s exhaustive blueprint to creating a true e-business will be exactly the right medicine. For that reason, getAbstract implores executives and managers to bite the techie bullet and read this book, which also will satisfy even the hardest-core geeks with its encyclopedic guide to the components that constitute the building blocks of the e-Enterprise.
In this summary, you will learn
- What an e-enterprise is;
- What five-step process you should follow to develop an e-business model; and
- What the most commonly utilized technology components in e-enterprise application development are.
About the Author
During the past 12 years, Faisal Hoque has worked on Net commerce initiatives with GE Capital, Dun and Bradstreet, Pitney Bowes, General Electric, MasterCard, American Express, Transamerica, Chase, and CompUSA. He has founded three companies: KnowledgeBase, a transaction-processing software company; EC Cubed, an e-commerce application components company, and enamics, an e-Enterprise modeling company, where he currently serves as Chairman and CEO.
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