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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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SAP is unique in its ability to consolidate e-business solutions onto one database, which can dramatically lower the operating costs for companies fully embracing e-business.
Many in the industry frequently ask what effect e-business will have on the retail crop chemical and fertilizer input business.
Although a majority of the firms score low on customer-centric e-business, some are further along this continuum than others, reflecting traits of customer centric ebusiness--transparent, democratic, experimental, highly networked, fast, and malleable:
With the SLM solution suites, Keynote is offering a truly comprehensive answer to the problem of managing service levels effectively for IT, application deployment and support personnel and e-business executives.
Database Associates is a consulting company specializing in leading-edge technologies in the fields of database, business intelligence, data warehousing, and intelligent e-business.
Prior to the Quest APM Suite for Oracle E-Business, it was an arduous task to monitor the availability of our system manually by building scripts to pinpoint a problem already occurring within the system," said Christopher Soto, Oracle E-Business database administrator for Murad.
OSI Consulting is well known in the Oracle market, has extensive E-Business Suite implementation experience, and is dedicated to providing world-class solutions," said Geoff Hogan, Princeton Softech's Executive Vice President of Corporate Development and Alliances.
Despite the attention that new areas of e-business like mobility solutions and web services are attracting, traditional investments still take the largest portion of funding," said Bob Haas, vice president, A.
Importantly it affords companies a unique, integrated customer and systems-administrator view of their e-business infrastructures, allowing them to see at a glance how their customers are experiencing their e-business services on the one hand, and which applications or processes are underperforming on the other," he adds.
The latest SMB survey work from market research firm IDC, in Framingham, MA, found growing interest in e-business technologies that integrate with existing back office systems.
The two new NADA-endorsed e-business packages, Nitra Basic and Nitra Professional, include Cobalt's e-business and customer relationship management applications and Nitra Web site management tools that deliver unprecedented versatility, control and presentation options.
We've recently transferred our hosting services from another provider to BellSouth's e-Business Centers," said Eduardo A.