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NEW YORK -- Companies are using electronic data interchange (EDI) as a foundation to support e-business processes, such as Internet-based supply chain management and customer relationship management as well as enterprise resource planning systems, according to a survey by Electronic Commerce World magazine, a Thomson publication.
While the fundamental laws of economics have not changed, the economics of the physical world must be reassessed in the bits-based electronic commerce world.
Start at the Electronic Commerce World Institute's home page (http://www.
Geared for executive management and IT professionals in scores of industries including manufacturing, financial services, communications, business services, system integration, VARs, health care, government and more, Electronic Commerce World Conference and Exhibit 2001 will feature: -- Over 300 exhibitors demonstrating thousands of cutting-edge technology products and services; -- Exhibit floor sessions and expert panelists sharing the lessons of eBusiness.
Details: The goal of Electronic Commerce World is to help you utilize the tools, technologies and methodologies for success all while discovering the business benefits and best practices for your company to streamline paperless technology processes and maximize your bottom line.
will deliver the keynote address at the Electronic Commerce World 2001 Conference & Exhibit on Friday, October 12, 2001, at Chicago's McCormick Place.
He is an internationally-recognized speaker and writer whose work has appeared in publications as diverse as Electronic Commerce World and Japanese Playboy.
will deliver the opening keynote speech at Electronic Commerce World 2001 Conference & Exhibit on Wednesday, October 10, 2001 in Chicago.