Item description for Electronic Commerce and Business Communications (Practitioner Series) by Michael Chesher...
In Electronic Business Communications, Mike Chesher and Ricky Kaura tell you all that you need to know about electronic commerce over the Internet. All the major topics are covered: - How electronic business communications can give you the edge over your competitors; - How you can develop effective business strategies for electronic commerce; - All you need to know about EDI/E-commerce Security concerns? What security concerns the Internet is open for business! - What are the E-commerce standards and why do they matter? - Making the most of trading via the Internet and value added networks; - Breakthroughs in Web-based EDI and Internet applications Information highway initiatives; - Lots of case studies are included. Anyone working in or coming into contact with the exciting world of business electronic communications will find something to interest them here.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.26" Width: 6.2" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.99 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1998
ISBN 3540199306 ISBN13 9783540199304
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Reviews - What do customers think about Electronic Commerce and Business Communications (Practitioner Series)?
Bad, gives information on the level of a 9th grader Feb 28, 2000
This book just collectes a lot of IT business words together. It's sub title, Business strategies for e-commerce, is not even touched. Just read the general technical chapter on one of your ISP's pages and you will find the same information. If you need a clarification of an abreviation, just go to the Microsoft WEB site or use a search engine.