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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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Many commentators argue that those who have the skills of a good CFO are equipped to guide their firms through many of the financial, governance and strategic challenges facing them in the globalised knowledge economy, including those posed by e-business. Others point out that the nature and scale of these challenges, from the emergence of a global financial market to IT-mediated e-business dynamics, cruelly expose the deficiencies of such a biased professional view.
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The Commission claims policy emphasis in Europe is shifting from electronic commerce to a more holistic approach of e-business. This includes the effective and productive integration of ICT into all business processes.