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ECIS
2000
8 years 5 months ago
What's in a Name? Conceptual Issues in Defining Electronic Commerce
Definitions of electronic commerce are many and varied. They indicate a lack of consensus about what electronic commerce is. `A `definition' implies a direct and unproblematic...
Linda Wilkins, Paula M. C. Swatman, Tanya Castlema...
ECIS
2000
8 years 5 months ago
Consultants and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems have been implemented in the majority of large companies in Europe and the US over the last five years [1]. This paper seeks to address t...
Chris Westrup, Frank Knight
ECIS
2000
8 years 5 months ago
Pricing in Network Effect Markets
According to literature, penetration pricing is the dominant pricing strategy for network effect markets. In this paper we show that diffusion of products in a network effect marke...
Oliver Wendt, Falk von Westarp, Wolfgang Köni...
ECIS
2000
8 years 5 months ago
Reconsidering Network Effect Theory
Tim Weitzel, Oliver Wendt, Falk von Westarp
ECIS
2000
8 years 5 months ago
The Extensible Markup Language - New Opportunities in the Area of EDI
: Only about 5% of the companies which could profit from EDI actually use it. The main reason is that especially small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) try to avoid the consider...
Tim Weitzel, Frank Ladner, Peter Buxmann
ECIS
2000
8 years 5 months ago
On Specifying Contract Negotiations
Abstract eCommerce of the Business-to-Business (B2B) type requires comprehensivecontractnegotiationsdependingentirelyonacontract schema, which must be developed in advance. Contrac...
Hartmut Wedekind
ECIS
2000
8 years 5 months ago
Full Bindingness and Confidentiality
As electronic commerce will increase, players will increasingly wish to have signed documents and strong encryption. According to current knowledge, it must be expected that the co...
Arnd Weber
ECIS
2000
8 years 5 months ago
Enhancing Government Decision Making Through Knowledge Discovery from Data
- A major challenge facing management in developed countries is improving the performance of knowledge and service workers, i.e. the decision makers. In a developing country such a...
Herna L. Viktor, Heidi Arndt, Mauritz Oberholzer
ECIS
2000
8 years 5 months ago
Tailoring IT Education for Effective IT Professionals in a Third World Setting
Small group learning combined with innovative teaching methods were introduced at tertiary level to teach computer-related subjects. Teams wereconstituted according to Belbin'...
Isabella M. Venter, Renette J. Blignaut, Deon Stol...
ECIS
2000
8 years 5 months ago
Secure Access to Medical Data over the Internet
The concept of context-dependent access control has emerged during the last years: Information about the state of a process model of a working environment is combined with general ...
Ulrich Ultes-Nitsche, Stephanie Teufel
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