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E-Commerce via Internet: Ability to Influence Organizational Goals
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An 11 page paper discussing some of the uses of the Internet in ecommerce. The Internet has provided a venue that allows organizations to achieve all the ends they sought before, with the addition of another venue that can positively contribute to the organization’s bottom line. Business-to-customer (B2C) and business-to-business (B2B) applications can function through the same website, through the same server, bringing streamlined IT management and greater efficiency to the organization. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSeComm02.rtf

E-Commerce, Computerisation and a Video Store
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This 23 page paper is written in two parts. The first part looks at why e-commerce and computerisation is becoming a necessity in business. The potential the internet provides and the disadvantages of not maintaining a presence on the web are considered. The advantages and disadvantages of computerisation are also discussed. These are applied to a video rental business. The second part of the paper considers which cataloguing systems would be best for a video rental store, either providing an online catalogue or only in store reference. This includes flat file and relational databases, looking at the operation and use these systems to determine the best approach for this business. The bibliography cites 30 sources.
Filename: TEvideo1.rtf

E-Commerce, Construction, and Retailing: Confronting the Challenges of Brick-and Mortar-Stores”
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This 12 page report discusses a July/August 1999 report from the Harvard Business Review relating to physical presence of retailers compared to “virtual” existence on the Internet. In the past decade, it has become increasingly clear that cyberspace is challenging retail space in terms of accessibility, price advantages, convenience, and value. this report looks at the concepts presented in the Harvard Business Review article and then applies them in the context of the construction industry. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: BWbricks.wps

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This 7-page paper focuses on ethics, security and legalities as they pertain to ebusiness and ecommerce. Napster is used as an example. Bibliography has 4 sources.
Filename: MTebusethi.rtf

E-Commerce, Physical Stores, Sales Taxes
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An 8 page paper that addresses two specific questions: What impact does e-commerce have on brick-and-mortar stores? What impact does e-commerce have on sales tax revenues for cities and states? Everyone knows that e-commerce sales are still increasing exponentially. Some analysts argue this trend will only get stronger and will eventually force physical stores to close while others argue that e-commerce, at least in terms of the average consumer, will dwindle and die. Neither argument is valid. This essay discusses the effects of e-commerce and how it can be complementary to physical stores, not a substitute. A discussion regarding the reported loss of sales taxes for cities and states presents some interesting data. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PGecmtx.rtf

E-Commerce: Digital Communities, Law and Policy
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This 15 page paper provides an overview of the arguments surrounding the government’s attempts at controlling the Internet. This paper considers whether the government should regulate the Internet, with a specific focus on government regulation in Singapore, and then considers whether the government in various countries have successfully regulated e-commerce. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: MHwebcon.wps

E-Commerce: Future Trends
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A 7 page paper discussing 7 e-companies and some of the reasons behind their success, along with anticipated future needs. The recent fallout of the dot-coms has changed the perception of e-commerce, but not its reality. Those no longer with us can be seen as failing to fully or accurately acknowledge the customer. It is true that business has changed, but the old principle of effectively filling customers' needs has not. The arrogance of those determined to "do it their way" has led to their demise, allowing more efficient and more customer-responsive models to emerge. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSeComm01.wps

E-Commerce: Payment And Security Subsystems
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15 pages in length. To stand by and allow the competition to overtake one's target market via the Internet is to ignore one of the most impacting components of today's technological revolution. Indeed, the extent to which e-business has influenced the way contemporary commerce reaches an ever-expanding market is both grand and far-reaching. However, there are myriad considerations to make when organizing an online presence to insure the site's integrity and user-friendliness, with issues of security and payment subsystems two of the most important. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: TLCEcomSf.rtf

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