- Jelassi, Tawfik, 1957-
- Enders, Albrecht.
- Electronic commerce.
- Electronic commerce -- Case studies.
- Financial Times Prentice Hall,
- 0273710281 (hbk.) :
- 9780273710288 (hbk.) :
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- Previous ed.: 2005.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Foreword Preface About the authors Acknowledgments PART I INTRODUCTION 1. Key terminology and evolution of e-business 2. Building e-business competence through concepts and cases PART II THE E-BUSINESS STRATEGY FRAMEWORK Introduction to Part 2 3. The impact of the Internet on the macro-environment and on the industry structure 4. Markets for e-business 5. Value creation in e-business 6. Strategy options for value creation in market spaces 7. Impact of the Internet on the horizontal boundaries of a firm 8. Impact of the Internet on the vertical boundaries of a firm 9. Internal organization of a firm's e-business activities PART III LESSONS LEARNED 10. A roadmap for e-Business strategy formulation PART IV CASE STUDIES Synopses of case studies 1. Establishing a national IT infrastructure: the case of the French videotext system Minitel 2. Business process redesign at CompuNet: standardizing top-quality service through IT 3. E-Government: the role of information and communication technologies in the modernization of government 4. The Euro-Arab Management School 5. To be or not to be on the shelf: grocery retailing through the Internet -- Alcampo (Spain) v. Peapod (USA) 6. Fighting over the Internet: the virtual battle between Amazon.com (USA) and Bol.de (Germany) 7. Cyber-entrepreneurship: the Nettimarket.com venture in Finland 8. The Tesco.com experience: is success at hand? 9. ChateauOnline 10. Banking on the Internet: the Advance Bank in Germany 11. The Electronic Purse in Portugal: a mere payment system or a socioeconomic revolution? 12. From e-banking to e-business at Nordea (Scandinavia): the world's biggest clicks-and-mortar bank 13. Ducati Motorcycle (Italy): riding traditional business channels or racing through the Internet 14. Ducati (Italy) v. Harley-Davidson (USA): innovating business processes and managing value networks 15. Terra Lycos: creating a global and profitable integrated media company 16. Google.com: the world's number-one Internet search engine 17 DoubleClick, Inc.: a strategic transformation 18. Competing through EDI at Papeteries Brun Passot: making paper passe 19. CitiusNet: the emergence of a global electronic market 20 Business-to-business electronic commerce: Mondus.com -- an e-marketplace for small and medium-sized enterprises 21. B2B e-marketplace in the automotive industry: Covisint -- a co-opetition gamble? 22 eBay strategy A 23 eBay strategy B 24 eBay international 25 Online file-sharing: the music industry's paradigm shift 26 12Snap (Germany, UK, Italy): from B2C mobile retailing to B2B mobile marketing 27 paybox.net (Germany): a mobile payment service 28 NTT DoCoMo i-mode: value innovation at DoCoMo Appendix Techologies for electronic and mobile commerce Index
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