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Browsing Imformation Management (IM) by Subject "Electronic commerce"

Browsing Imformation Management (IM) by Subject "Electronic commerce"

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  • Anucha Thodsanit (Asian Institute of Technology, 2007)
    The e-commerce entrepreneurs in Thailand are steadily increasing over the time. It implies that an online business becomes the popular tools used for gaining competitive advantages over other competitors. However, there ...
  • Pimmanee Rattanawicha (Asian Institute of Technology, 2005)
    Trustworthiness has been cited as one of the most important factors in the completion of commercial transactions, and this is as true for today’s e-commerce systems. In the ecommerce environment, people do business by ...
  • 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 ...
  • Pariyar, Amit (Asian Institute of Technology, 2009-08)
    The innovative use of ICT in a wider range of areas such as agriculture, health related services have been a concern for the government of developing countries powering the application of concepts and processes of e-businesses ...
  • Bui Cong Giao (Asian Institute of Technology, 2003)
    This thesis addresses the problem of matching buyers and sellers in barter trade exchange e-marketplaces. A barter trade exchange is a collection of businesses that buy and sell products among themselves. The collection ...
  • Sivaporn Chavananon (Asian Institute of Technology, 2000)
    Currently, Business-to-Consumer Electronic Commerce, Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce and Electronic Business are widely adopted as a new strategy to gain more business advantages over the competitors. Nevertheless, ...
  • Tay Zar Aung (Asian Institute of Technology, 2002)
    Information Technology is changing the world in all aspects. With its advent, also in business sector, it brought about the challenging technology of Electronic Commerce in the form of most efficient and effective ways. ...
  • 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. ...
  • Kieu Dang Luan (Asian Institute of Technology, 2009-12)
    Traditional e-commerce platforms allow users to access information and services through a web browser, but provide little or no support for access through a mobile phone. This research considers two solutions for extending ...
  • Pham Thi Phuong (Asian Institute of Technology, 2002)
    The development of Internet and e-commerce gives consumers a lot of options to select among products or services available in virtual stores. However, consumers have to struggle with the glut of product and service information ...
  • Khin Moth Moth Win (Asian Institute of Technology, 2001)
    The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is used to describe the properties of the jewelry products for an on line shopping Web application. It consists of three concepts: RDF model and syntax for metadata, RDF Schema for ...
  • Saw Nixon Eway (Asian Institute of Technology, 2002)
    Due to the rapid increase in mass tourism in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and South East Asia, this situation was changing remarkably. In 1996, the East Asia and Pacific region’s market share of international tourist ...
  • Waralee Wongsiri (Asian Institute of Technology, 2007)
    With the growth of the World Wide Web, many companies are now using the Internet to market products or offer information services. Among the huge number of e-commerce web sites, the web sites that simply list products and ...

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