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Implementing Successful Electronic Markets: Identifying Success and Failure Factors
Despite the growth of research interest into electronic markets, there is still little information available on the ways in which an electronic market can be successfully developed. This article reports the development of ...
Extending the Useful Application Domain for Formal Methods
Research into the industrial application of formal methods has concentrated almost exclusively on the specification of software systems in high-risk or safety critical applications Thus, attention has been directed to ...
Business engineering: Is process the key?
(SIGS PUBLICATION INCORPORATION, 2000)
Technological advancements and social challenges for one-to-one marketing
Purpose ‐ The purpose of this paper is to investigate the effects of advancements in technology on the practice of one to one marketing. Design/methodology/approach ‐ The paper presents the results of analysis of reported ...
Aligning Multiple Knowledge Perspectives in a Health Services System
(Idea Group, 2004)
This chapter reports the results of a feasibility study into electronic collection of service data at “point of delivery” for disability programs. The investigation revealed that while the proposed system would have produced ...
Formal Methods in a Commercial Information Systems Setting: the FOOM Method
(Hawthorn, Vic. : Swinburne University of Technology, Centre for Information Systems Research, 1996)
A Model of EDI Integration and Strategic Business Reengineering
Early research into electronic data interchange (EDI) stressed the greater speed, efficiencies and cost savings available from electronic document exchange. Despite EDI's cooperative focus, much of this research also ...
FOOM: Structure and Process
(Second Australian Requirements Engineering Workshop, 1997)
Identifying SCM and E-Commerce Opportunities; A Document-Centric Approach
(Idea Group, 2002)
Established supply chain management techniques such as Quick Response (QR) or Customer Relationship Management (CRM) have proven the potential benefits of reorganizing an organization’s processes to take advantage of the ...