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e-business

the use of computers and the INTERNET to link both the internal operations of a business (that is, transactions and communications between the various departments/divisions of the business) and its external dealings and relationships with its suppliers and customers. See E-COMMERCE.

e-business

the use of computers and the INTERNET to link both the internal operations of a business (that is, transactions and communications between the various departments/divisions of the business) and its external dealings and relationships with its suppliers and customers. See E- COMMERCE.
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Also, from the sectorial ICT firms, Systemspecs, VDT Communication, Vodacom Business Nigeria and Access Bank have signed on to be part of the forthcoming 8th Edition of the campaign being organised by eBusiness Life, publishers of eBusiness Life Magazine in Lagos, Nigeria.
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Ebix, Inc (NASDAQ:EBIX), a developer and supplier of software and e-commerce solutions to the insurance industry, has announced that it has signed a binding agreement to acquire Telstra eBusiness Services, a provider of integrated e-business productivity solutions to the general insurance industry, effective 1 January, 2008.
His comments follow the report State of the Nation: eBusiness in Welsh SMEs 2006-07 last month by Opportunity Wales and Cardiff University, which highlighted the take-up of the internet among Welsh SMEs and the lack of businesses with an ebusiness strategy or a dedicated ICT budget.
To accommodate customer demands, companies are increasingly turning to the internet to conduct business with their customers and partners directly through eBusiness.
Previous research which consolidates the growing body of academic literature on small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and electronic business (eBusiness) has taken the form of meta-analyses which focus on analysing adoption factors, pre-2000 articles and a small number of journals.
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