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10 Reasons Why E-commerce Fails
“Build it and they will come” is not a strategy for e-commerce success. You wouldn’t expect a new store to bring in business without advertising and promotion

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Click Commerce Acquires Allegis
Click Commerce, a provider of partner relationship management (PRM) software for the Global 2000 companies, announced it reached an agreement in principle to

internet commerce  portlets, applets, etc.) and Internet exchanges connectivity through partnerships and/or acquisitions. That might prove to be a tall order given Click Commerce's revenue declining more than 50% from ~$44 million in 2001 to ~$18 million in 2002 (mostly because of a significant decline in the number and average size of new-client contracts). One of the company's current investors currently with ~20% of ownership, Insight Venture Management , only a few weeks before Allegis acquisition, reportedly offered Read More...
Symix Systems Front-Steps Into Greener e-Commerce Pastures
Like many of its peers, Symix Systems, one of the leading mid-market enterprise applications vendors, has been making a big push into the e-commerce market. A

internet commerce  eSyte Procurement Center provides Internet procurement for company-wide purchasing. Through its relationship with Commerce One, a leader in global trading exchanges, Symix delivers Commerce One's eProcurement software, BuySite, and access to Commerce One's MarketSite, the largest trading network of buyers and sellers in the world. The Procurement Center also can provide access to other trading communities such as E-Steel and works.com. It is envisioned that users will have a range of B2B service Read More...
Development of an Internet Payment Processing System
This article describes the author's experience with the development of the first Yugoslav Internet payment processing system. The system's architecture is very

internet commerce  of an Internet Payment Processing System Introduction Early in 1999, the author was asked by E-Bank ( http://www.e-bank.co.yu ), one of his clients, to develop the first Yugoslav Internet payment processing system. This client is a Yugoslav payment processing company that uses BankWorks software by RS2 Software Group ( http://www.rs2group.com ) to process transactions made at ATMs (Automatic Teller Machines) and POS (Point Of Sale) terminals. Developing an internet payment processing system in Read More...
Commerce One Tries Harder
E-procurement's number two firm announced a fleet of new products and services across its entire product line.

internet commerce  which is used by Internet market makers and individual enterprises to build open business-to-business marketplaces. The product also includes dynamic pricing capabilities, and additionally offers new features for catalog management and order management. The product also comes with advertising capabilities. Such marketplaces can be linked to Commerce One's Global Trading Web, which links regional and vertical marketplaces built with the MarketSite Portal Solution. These marketplaces are managed by Read More...
The Hidden Role of Data Quality in E-Commerce Success
Successful e-commerce relies on intelligible, trustworthy content. To achieve this, companies need a complete solution at their back- and front-ends, so they

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Aspen Follows Good Quarter With Internet Launch
Soon after releasing its quarterly results, Aspen announced it would offer a collaborative Internet portal for the process industries, ProcessCity.com.

internet commerce  Follows Good Quarter With Internet Launch Aspen Follows Good Quarter With Internet Launch S. McVey - February 21st, 2000 Event Summary Highlights of Aspen Technology's second fiscal quarter results were a 35% increase in license fees over the same period last year and a positive bottom line. License revenues grew to $29 million and services revenues remained flat at $32.8 million for the quarter. Aspen's license and total reported revenues were the strongest since the company's peak in the second quarter Read More...
Dell Unveils Internet-Enabled Customer Support Strategy
Dell Computer announced its plans to provide Internet-based, automated customer support.

internet commerce  Unveils Internet-Enabled Customer Support Strategy Dell Unveils Internet-Enabled Customer Support Strategy R.A. Krause - September 3rd, 1999 Event Summary On August 25th, Dell Computer Corporation said it will provide, over the Internet, advanced customer support capabilities that will eventually help all Dell systems detect, diagnose and resolve most of their own problems automatically without human interaction. Market Impact Dell is getting in early on the overall electronic support marketplace, Read More...
Access Commerce Spices Up North American CRM Fray
In May, Access Commerce, a French CRM vendor, announced the opening of its first USA office in San Diego, California. During Explore 2000, QAD’s annual user

internet commerce  pressing need to leverage Internet as a new sales channel. While its products can be implemented in a stand-alone mode, without a need for a strong back-end system, their full benefit comes from a strong integration with a back-office. To that end, the company provides bridges to ERP and/or legacy systems in place, while there are ready-made connectors to SAP, Baan, and QAD. We expect Access Commerce to pursue a number of alliances with other mid-market ERP vendors, which have failed to provide their own Read More...
Ariba's 15-Year Journey into the B2B Commerce Cloud
Ariba’s collaborative business commerce solutions focus on the basics: buying, selling, and managing cash. Ariba’s cloud-based vision has grown a vast network

internet commerce  format used on the Internet to describe commerce data and documents EDI (electronic data interchange), a format used to electronically exchange data and documents CIF (Catalog Interchange Format), a format commonly used to electronically transfer catalog information, electronic mail, and fax In addition, by using Ariba PunchOut , a cXML-based technology, buyers can link directly to a supplier’s Web site to find, configure, and select products while keeping the purchasing process within Ariba Buyer or Read More...
ICG Commerce
ICG Commerce provides a range of services for identifying, realizing, and improving procurement savings. The company's services go beyond finding unit cost

internet commerce  Commerce ICG Commerce provides a range of services for identifying, realizing, and improving procurement savings. The company's services go beyond finding unit cost savings or deploying software, ICG Commerce works with customers to develop multiple, coordinated, cost-saving strategies.Based in Pennyslvania, USA, ICG Commerce gears its products and services to the purpose of reducing procurement costs for customers. They focus on three specific areas of activity:- Identifying savings through effective s Read More...
Commerce One: First SAP, then Microsoft. But What About Clarus?
Commerce One announced an expanded partnership with Microsoft. Will e-procurement be an integral part of your next operating system?

internet commerce  One: First SAP, then Microsoft. But What About Clarus? Commerce One: First SAP, then Microsoft. But What About Clarus? D. Geller - October 5, 2000 Event Summary Commerce One, which recently became SAP's partner in e-commerce (see SAP Gives Up, Declares Victory Again ) has entered into a closer partnership with Microsoft. Commerce One's products are already NT-based, but the new partnership will allow Commerce One to develop infrastructure technologies optimized for the Microsoft .NET Platform. The Read More...
Building an ROI Model to Evaluate Your B2B E-commerce Initiative
B2B companies everywhere are under heavy pressure to offer their customers and employees robust e-commerce capabilities that rival best-of-breed consumer

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Your Guide to Troubleshooting Voice over Internet Protocol
The sensitivity of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) to delay and packet loss, compared with other network applications such as e-mail services, presents a

internet commerce  to Troubleshooting Voice over Internet Protocol The sensitivity of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) to delay and packet loss, compared with other network applications such as e-mail services, presents a big challenge. But if you have a basic understanding of VoIP traffic and of the quality metrics that VoIP monitoring tools can provide, you increase your ability to run your network smoothly. Learn about the statistics and metrics you need to maximize your VoIP use. Read More...
Managing Product Content for Omni-channel Commerce: Best Practices to Consider when Evaluating Commerce MDM Vendors and Solutions
In recent years, the rise of omnichannel commerce and proliferation of digital channels have precipitated seismic shifts in consumer behavior. Customers who

internet commerce  Product Content for Omni-channel Commerce: Best Practices to Consider when Evaluating Commerce MDM Vendors and Solutions In recent years, the rise of omnichannel commerce and proliferation of digital channels have precipitated seismic shifts in consumer behavior. Customers who might have previously been motivated by brand loyalty are now faced with a superabundance of shopping options and limited time to navigate them—a scenario that promotes more carefully considered purchasing decisions in Read More...

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