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Performance Evaluation of e-Business in Australia

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The Internet and related technologies have made a substantial impact on the way organisations conduct business in Australia and around the world. Australian organisations like their international counterparts have invested heavily to leverage the Internet and transform their traditional businesses into e-businesses in the last seven years. E-business investments are claiming a sizeable share of overall IT budgets in most organisations whether they are small, medium or large. However, managers are under constant pressure to justify e-business costs and to ensure that these investments keep paying off. Earlier research on e-business in Australia addressed issues of the rate of e-business uptake and the application of the Internet to certain business processes. Research discussed in this paper is one of the first attempts to evaluate the value of e-business. It is based on data collected, collated and analysed from the responses received from IT and e-business managers throughout...
Uploaded by academic-conferences.org on 12/30/2001
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Performance Evaluation of e-Business in Australia

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The Internet and related technologies have made a substantial impact on the way organisations conduct business in Australia and around the world. Australian organisations like their international counterparts have invested heavily to leverage the Internet and transform their traditional businesses into e-businesses in the last seven years. E-business investments are claiming a sizeable share of overall IT budgets in most organisations whether they are small, medium or large. However, managers are under constant pressure to justify e-business costs and to ensure that these investments keep paying off. Earlier research on e-business in Australia addressed issues of the rate of e-business uptake and the application of the Internet to certain business processes. Research discussed in this paper is one of the first attempts to evaluate the value of e-business. It is based on data collected, collated and analysed from the responses received from IT and e-business managers throughout...
Uploaded by academic-conferences.org on 01/18/2005
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E-Business – Success using Technology

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An article that explains benefits of e-business and ways of doing e-business.
Uploaded by netadwise on 06/18/2009
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Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Supply Chain Management

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No business can succeed without fighting competition. And today’s highly competitive market conditions make it tough for businesses to even survive, let alone succeed. Organizations have to leverage each and every one of their assets to work smarter. They have to look for means to outdo competitors and improve agility. This is why automated and integrated technology solutions are growing in popularity.
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Benefits of Oracle E-Business Suite Latest Release

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For effective decision-making, better agility and responsiveness, organizations need to be empowered with the right tools that can offer valuable business information at the right time. Although business information is available in most organizations, more often than not, such information is not leveraged at the right time because it is spread across multiple databases and becomes hard to locate.
Uploaded by estuate on 10/21/2012
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Firms Patterns of e-Business Adoption: Evidence for the European Union-27

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Research has shown that firms using e-business achieve considerable returns through efficiency improvements, inventory reduction, sales increase, customer relationship enhancement, new market penetration, and ultimately financial returns. However, there i s little systematic research in terms of e-business adoption patterns in firms across countries and industries. This study addresses the research gap by analysing the pattern of e-business adoption by firms across European Union (EU) members. For that, we used the survey data from 6,964 businesses in EU27 members (excluding Malta and Bulgaria). The choice of variables that we will use in our study is based on the technology-organization-environment (TOE) theory. In the TOE framework, three aspects m ay possibly influence e-business adoption: technological context (technology readiness and technology integration); organizational context (firm size, expected benefits and barriers of e-business and improved products or services or...
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Firms Patterns of e-Business Adoption: Evidence for the European Union-27

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Research has shown that firms using e-business achieve considerable returns through efficiency improvements, inventory reduction, sales increase, customer relationship enhancement, new market penetration, and ultimately financial returns. However, there is little systematic research in terms of e-business adoption patterns in firms across countries and industries. This study addresses the research gap by analysing the pattern of e-business adoption by firms across European Union (EU) members. For that, we used the survey data from 6,964 businesses in EU27 members (excluding Malta and Bulgaria). The choice of variables that we will use in our study is based on the technology-organization-environment (TOE) theory. In the TOE framework, three aspects may possibly influence e-business adoption: technological context (technology readiness and technology integration), organizational context (firm size, expected benefits and barriers of e-business and improved products or services or...
Uploaded by academic-conferences.org on 11/05/2010
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E-business & E-marketing

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E-business & E-marketing

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Uploaded by jmk1977 on 01/19/2012
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Searching for e-Business Performance Measurement Systems

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Organisations of all kinds continue to expand their involvement in e-business. This requires considerable financial investment in IT, in processes and in people. It might be expected that there would be a concern to ensure that performance measurement systems are capable of justifying these investments, and of evaluating their worth once implemented. The paper describes research aimed at determining the exact nature of such e-business performance measurement systems and the benefits that accrue from their use. The research uses a case study methodology to report the performance measurement practices of twelve potentially exemplar organisations that have made efforts to develop distinctive performance metrics for e-business. Qualitative data was collected from interviews with key informants from each organisation. Additional data came from company documents. The cases reveal a variety of approaches to e-business performance measurement, with no common framework apparent. Whilst...
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