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Death of "e" and the Birth of the Real New Economy: Business Models, Technologies and Strategies for the 21st Century

by Peter Fingar, Ronald Aronica
     
 

Peter Fingar, author of the internationally acclaimed book, Enterprise E-Commerce, joins forces with long time colleagues and industry veterans to go beyond e-commerce and on to the solid business fundamentals of the digital economy. The Internet is a whole new infrastructure for an entirely new way of doing business and competing. Economic transactionsSee more details below

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Peter Fingar, author of the internationally acclaimed book, Enterprise E-Commerce, joins forces with long time colleagues and industry veterans to go beyond e-commerce and on to the solid business fundamentals of the digital economy. The Internet is a whole new infrastructure for an entirely new way of doing business and competing. Economic transactions become frictionless as they move from "places" to "spaces." The crisp and insightful chapters make quick reads for CEOs, COOs, CTOs, CIOs, and line-of-business executives with little time for reading distilling what management needs to be doing and thinking today to prepare themselves and their companies for the ride ahead.

Now that doing business on the Internet is reaching the mainstream, it's no longer e-business or e-commerce it's just business and commerce. The authors take the mystery out of the deep and profound changes being ushered in by the ability to connect anyone-to-anyone or any computer-to-any-computer across the globe in real-time. The book signals the death of the e-hype and the beginning of the real work of building hyper-efficient, hyper-effective corporations that will continue to thrive in the years ahead.

The book systematically disassembles an enterprise's business processes, core competencies, and value chains; then reassembles them into dynamic customer-driven value webs and business ecosystems. Along the way, the authors explain the emerging business models of electronic marketplaces, peer-to-peer commerce, e-hubs, B2B exchanges, auctions, wireless applications, m-commerce, intelligent agent technology, B2B consortia, collaborative commerce, digital strategies, essential technologies and Web-services. The book's Web site continues where the book leaves off: http://geocities.com/m_kpress

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780929652207
Publisher:
Meghan-Kiffer Press
Publication date:
07/15/2001
Pages:
360
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword                          
PART I: What's Really New in the Real Economy
Chapter 1: The E-clipse of 2000
Chapter 2: The Rise of the Real New Economy
Chapter 3: The New Way of Competing: Value Chain Optimization
Chapter 4: The Art of Digital Business
Chapter 5: The Commerce Resource Platform
Chapter 6: The New Way of Competing Demands New Technology
Chapter 7: Digital Strategy
PART II: Thoughts from the Thought Leaders
Chapter 8: Peer-to-Peer Commerce with Bob Anderson
Chapter 9: Collaborative Commerce
Chapter 10: Portals: Business on the Network Edge
Chapter 11: Adaptive Strategies for B2B Marketplaces
Chapter 12: B2B Integration: The Message is the Medium
Chapter 13: Bringing Visibility to the Extend Supply Chain
Appendix A: Prelude to the Digital Economy: The Dot-Com Crash of 2000
Appendix B: Pillars of Digital Commerce
Appendix C: Business Fundamentals of the 21st Century Economy
Appendix D: Understanding ebXML, UDDI AND XML/edi
Appendix E: Web Resources
Bibliography
Index

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