Autor: Prof. Dr. Petra Schubert
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Zahlungsmethoden für Online-Shops:
Eine Studie zum Einsatz in der Schweiz und daraus abgeleitete Entscheidungskriterien für die Auswahl
Das Thema "E-Business" ist an der FHBB ein thematischer Schwerpunkt, zu dem am Institut für angewandte Betriebsökonomie (IAB) ein "Kompetenzzentrum E-Business" geschaffen wurde. In diesem (...)
Web site evaluation: Do Web applications meet user expectations?
Music, consumer goods and e-banking on the test bed
The paper presents an analysis of twelve commercial Web sites in three different business sectors: music, consumer goods, and e-banking. The Web sites were assessed using the Extended Web Assessment (...)
Web Assessment: Applied to the Agreement and Settlement Phase
One of the most profound consequences of the ongoing information revolution is its influence on how economic value is created and extracted. The new information infrastructure redefines the (...)
Web Assessment - Measuring the Effectiveness of Electronic Commerce Sites Going Beyond Traditional Marketing Paradigms
Successfully conducting business on the Internet calls for new marketing paradigms that meet the requirements of the unique combination of its inherent characteristics: electronic markets, (...)
Web Assessment - A Model for the Evaluation and Assessment of successful Electronic Commerce Applications
The original reason for the research was triggered by a disappointment felt by the authors when using the Web as research tool and business medium. Many sites feature fancy graphics, well organized (...)
Virtual Communities of Transaction: The Role of Personalization in Electronic Commerce
Bringing communities of buyers and sellers together in the arena of electronic commerce stimulates three major potentials: the building of trust, the collection and effective use of community (...)
The Power of Personalization: Customer Collaboration and Virtual Communities
Using electronic media for interaction with customers enables enterprises to integrate customer activity and knowledge about customers resulting in a high-quality relationship thus turning buying (...)
The Participatory Electronic Product Catalog: Supporting Customer Collaboration in E-Commerce Applications
As increasing numbers of consumers use the Internet as a geographically and temporally distributed interactive, multimedia platform to conduct business, new strategic considerations dictate that (...)
The NetAcademy - A Novel Approach to Domain-specific Scientific Knowledge Accumulation, Dissemination and Review
Over the last decade the speed at which knowledge is generated has greatly accelerated, thus exacerbating the problem of finding the right information at the right time and posing new kinds of (...)
The Extended Web Assessment Method (EWAM) applied
Do websites for consumer goods stand the test?
The paper presents an analysis of four commercial Web sites in the consumer goods sectors. The Web sites were evaluated using the Extended Web Assessment Method (EWAM), an evaluation tool which has (...)
The E-Business Navigator: Implementing a Classification Scheme for the E-Domain
The paper describes research activity for the development of the "e-business navigator" ? a graphical representation of a classification scheme for the e-business domain. The need for a common (...)
The Deployment of Chip Cards for Micropayments in Electronic Marketplaces
The implementation of a user-friendly, trustworthy electronic payment system is, without any doubt, a critical success factor for the global breakthrough of electronic shopping applications. The (...)
Proceedings of the Ninth Research Symposium on Emerging Electronic Markets 2002
Background of the Ninth Research Symposium on Emerging Electronic Markets (RSEEM)
The Research Symposium on Emerging Electronic Markets (RSEEM) is an annual event destined to provide a forum (...)
Personalization of E-Commerce Applications in SMEs
Conclusions from an Empirical Study in Switzerland
Personalization of e-commerce applications is an issue that is gaining increasing importance with the advancing maturity of such systems. There is already e-commerce software on the market offering (...)
The NetAcademy - A New Concept for Online Publishing and Knowledge Management
Traditional media have concepts to ensure quality of information they carry, while new media make information ubiquitious. The NetAcademy project constitutes a new medium for knowledge accumulation (...)
The EMBG Reference Model on Electronic Markets: The Korean Case of Jodal
The Reference Model on Electronic Markets was developed to provide an overview of the different organizational as well as technical aspects one should pay attention to when assembling a comprehensive (...)
Künftige Entwicklungen des Internet
Die gegenwärtige technische Entwicklung im Umfeld des Internet wird die Möglichkeiten des elektronischen Handels nachhaltig verbessern. Gleichzeitig ist allerdings die Weiterentwicklung (...)
User interface integration in corporate travel management: the case of the CWT Connect portal
This paper argues that technical integration is not the only reasonable choice in situations where access to data and functionality from different sources is critical. Rather, user interface (...)