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This program involves a series of four comprehensive half-day workshops that offer participants the information required to position their business with respect to the Internet, as well as exchange views pertaining to key elements related to devising an e-business strategy and action plan.
Incorporating an effective e-business strategy into your overall business plan is critical for success.
Channel Conflict Management: If you are a manufacturer, you must determine how your e-business strategy will affect your relationships with your channel partners.
For example, Intel publicly announced plans to end EDI business processes company-wide by 2006 and rely on RosettaNet as a key enabler to their future e-business strategy.
This initiative was implemented in January 1999 as part of the company's e-business strategy designed to make P&WC a Benchmark Digital Enterprise in the aerospace industry.
Executing an e-Business strategy that mandates dynamic collaboration throughout the value chain is a formula for success.
Next generation IT outsourcing and managed hosting provider Cervalis today announced that Galt Corporation, a prominent New York e-business strategy and development company, has joined the Cervalis Premier Partner Program(TM).
Scientific-Atlanta intends to use the e-Scenario Suite to implement its e-business strategy, which will allow the company to increase customer satisfaction, improve operational efficiencies, and to respond quickly to other e-business opportunities.