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Browsing Imformation Management (IM) by Subject "E-Commerce"

Browsing Imformation Management (IM) by Subject "E-Commerce"

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  • Siti Nurjayanti (Asian Institute of Technology, 2001)
    Despite the rapid development of the Web as a tool for business, some problems have arisen in accessing the Web. At first impression, the web interface should be well designed based on user needs in order to access effectively ...
  • Le Trung Dung (Asian Institute of Technology, 2005)
    There is a consensus regarding the future of E-Commerce – it is bright. However, the developed countries, the countries and business companies that are well prepared could leap the benefits of e-Commerce in a significant ...
  • Wanchai Varavithya (Asian Institute of Technology, 2006)
    With the rapid employment of the Internet and e-commerce in business sectors, e-government research has emerged with the objective of bringing about a better model of government services and interactions with citizens. ...
  • Sandhya Sharma (Asian Institute of Technology, 2006)
    E-negotiation is a process of conducting negotiations online. Negotiations are a major part of any B2B transaction. Most companies use traditional ways of conducting negotiations, but to improve efficiency and get better ...
  • Yung Ching Yu (Asian Institute of Technology, 2001)
    The textile and garment industry is one of the most important industries in the Kingdom of Thailand. In order to be part of the globalization process, textile industries in Thailand have to decide how to approach to this ...
  • Suwimol Sae-Tang (Asian Institute of Technology, 2000)
    The current web infrastructure is limited and unable to support Web - based Information Systems. Component technologies such as JavaBeans are capable of extending the limitations of the web ...

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