Vadim Kotelnikov    

E-Business

Facilitating Your Business Processes and Creating Innovative Business Models

   

Business e-Coach     

 

Benefits of e-Business Adaptive Organization Business Intelligence Learning Organization Fast Decision Making Techniques Winning Organization Productivity Improvement Efficiency Improvement IT-powered Value Chain Inclusive Company e-Business ROI Customer Success Marketing Strategies CRM Lean Production Business e-Coach e-Business Benefits IT ICT Opportunities for SMEs

The Key Digital Applications for Business

According to Bill Gates

  • Facilitating groupwork by enabling teams to use the same data simultaneously... More

Opportunities Presented by E-business

 

 

Major Barriers to E-Business Adoption

Best Practices

Cutting Costs and Generating Business Value at Intel Corp.

IT/Business Alignment

Top 10 Tips

Results-based Leadership

 

11 Traits of a True IT Leader

Why E-business?

"Information technology and business are becoming inextricably interwoven. I don't think anybody can talk meaningfully about one without talking about the other." ~ Bill Gates  >>>

Business and technology, business design and e-application are now inextricably and irrevocably linked. Today, e-business is just business, a real business. There are no technology decisions that are not business decisions, and there are no business decisions today that don't involve technology, according to Jim Cassidy, IBM's Director Asia-Pacific.

IT Leader: New Roles of a CIO

Business processes must not only incorporate timely company information for improved customer relationship management, supply chain management, and beyond, they must also be kept up-to-date with fast-changing business needs. E-business facilitating these processes is the way most business soon will be transacted. Whether or not you ever planned to sell products or services over the Web, your most important customer or supplier may one day insist upon using Web for all transaction.

Modern IT-powered Value Chain

The fastest growing companies are moving aggressively to bring e-business into all their operations. They align their systems with their fast-changing business priorities and use these systems strategically, for growth. In addition, successful businesses are employing information technology to gather and interpret data about their ultimate customers, including demographics, trends, and buying behavior.

 

 

The Internet Power

The Internet changed the fundamental nature of doing business and competition. As new ways of building and delivering products and services online emerge,
your competition goes beyond established competitors to include new companies, in addition to new innovations, ideas  or ways of improving existing processes or products... More

Internet-powered New Business Models

Internet, e-commerce, contextual advertising, social networks, mobile banking and numerous other e-innovations gave rise to new kinds of business models as well as reinvented old tried-and-true models.

Internet Business Models

In the most basic sense, a business model is the method of doing business by which a company can sustain itself that is, generate revenue. The web changes traditional business models. Internet business models continue to evolve. A firm may combine several different models as part of its overall Internet business strategy. New interesting variations keep emerging... More

Connected Enterprise

The "connected enterprise"1 is a business organization that experiences reduced costs, improved efficiencies and enhanced customer relationships as a result of effectively leveraging the Internet and private IP networks to exchange business data, securely, reliably, and auditably between internal operations and B2B processes. Achieving the "connected enterprise" is an evolutionary process necessary to be competitive. By using the Internet to integrate your value chain and share information beyond the edge of the enterprise with global offices, customers, suppliers and other value chain partners, you have the potential to significantly reduce costs, increase efficiencies, and enhance customer relationships.

Business Process Management System (BPMS)

The BPMS7 is a new category of management software that opens a new era for IT-powered business infrastructure. It "enables companies to model, deploy and manage mission-critical business processes, that span multiple enterprise applications, corporate departments, and business partners behinds the firewall and over the Internet."... More

Enterprise-wide Business Process Management (EBPM)

IT is increasingly required to align with business objectives. End-to-end performance of the total e-business ecosystem is essential. Managing the Web server "storefront" is useless unless you manage end-to-end application performance... More

 

 

Customer Engagement

Online customer engagement is a new trend. Customer-focused corporate website, discussion forums or blogs, for example, are spaces where people can communicate and socialize in ways that cannot be replicated by any offline interactive medium. >>>

  

 

References:

  1. Best Practices for Achieving the "Connected Enterprise", White Paper by iSoft

  2. Bridging the IT/Business Divide: Aligning Goals to Achieve Performance, David Caddis

  3. "The Four Phases of IT/Business Alignment," Mary Nugent, BMC Software

  4. "What IT Leadership Look Like?" Stephanie Overby, CIO.com

  5. "The Rise of the IT Architect," Ryan DeBeasi, Network World

  6. "IT: Transforming Business," Stacy Smith, CIO.com

  7. Business Process Management: The Third Wave, Howard Smith and Peter Fingar

  8. "Measure of Alignment Predicts Success," Ellen Pearlman and Edward H. Baker, CIO Insight

  9. "Services Software Architecture: Efficient but Threatening?" CIO Insight

  10. The One Page Project Manager for IT Projects, Clark A. Campbell

   

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