An e-store developing model for minimizing the impact of procedural and cultural change within an enterprise
Proceedings - International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications, DEXA
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Business process re-engineering, Companies, Consumer electronics, Cultural differences, Electronic commerce, Electronic mail, Globalization, Information systems, Internet, IP networks
Companies are now thinking big and acting small in developing their e-commerce applications. This paper provide an outline of our investigation on the issues in developing e-stores (electronic stores) and identified the crucial constitution in developing a successful e-commerce system while proposing a model for traditional industry to establish its electronic or virtual stores. We analyze the development process between traditional and electronic stores to help business to plan on new process. The contribution of this research is a novel approach embedded in a unique model for establishing e-stores. This model is intended to allow enterprises to establish and manage their e-stores as if they are managing their conventional stores. As such the impact of cultural and logistic changes within an enterprise is minimized. An outline of this framework model is presented.
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Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications (DEXA), Sep 03-07, 2001, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany.
ISBN of the source publication: 0769512305