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E-Commerce Issues Addressed in a Throughput Model
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Authors: Waymond Rodgers (University of California, Riverside, CA) 
Book Description:
E-commerce enables business integration together with a company’s personnel, alliances, suppliers, customers, or a community. It provides processes and frameworks to actively seek and promote interactive decision making and transactions enablement. Since the Internet extends across the globe, it is possible to do business with any organization or person who is connected to the Internet. Even small businesses such as specialist record stores are able to market and sell their offerings internationally using e-commerce. Moreover, E-commerce allows buyers and sellers to conduct business around the clock. Thus, using aspects of e-commerce tools can provide organizations with the advantages of sourcing and using products and services provided by other businesses in other countries.


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Table of Contents:
Preface
Acknowledgments

Chapter 1. Introduction to E-commerce and Biometrics Applications, pp. 1-14

Chapter 2. E-commerce Decision Making Transactions, pp. 15-28

Chapter 3. Throughput Modeling for E-commerce and Biometric Modeling, pp. 29-40

Chapter 4. Buyers and Sellers’ Trust Positions, pp. 41-54

Chapter 5. The Effects of E-commerce Based Technologies, pp. 55-75

Chapter 6. E-commerce transactions: Commercial loan transactions, pp. 77-90

Chapter 7. The Impact of Knowledge Transfer on E-Commerce Investment
Decisions, pp. 91-106

Chapter 8. Biometrics Management, pp. 107-160

Chapter 9. Transactions Costs, Resource-Base View and E-commerce, pp. 161-178

Chapter 10. Conclusions, pp. 179-191

About the Author pp.193-194

Index pp.195-207

   Series:
      Internet Theory, Technology and Applications
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 207.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-244-6
   Status: AV
  
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