eBusiness

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In this presentation we will discuss the various business architecture of e-business while also discussing ways of effective e-business management.
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eBusiness

  1. 1. Electronic Business
  2. 2. E – business - 1• Merchandise planning & analysis• Fulfillment• Inventory management• Knowledge management• Returns• Pricing & Promotions• Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  3. 3. E – business - 2• Order entry• Warehousing• Customer service• Shipping• Other logistics• Functional accounting & reporting
  4. 4. Emerging Applications - 11) Portals2) Trading exchanges3) Indirect procurement4) Web enabled Order management5) Product life cycle management6) Virtual fulfillment networks7) Self- service applications8) B2B Store Fronts
  5. 5. Emerging Applications - 27) Self- service applications8) B2B Store Fronts9) Hosted services10) Collaborative planning11) Web based service
  6. 6. E-business Architecture Business Goals Networked Applications Development Access tools Tools information Databases Foundation Technologies Security, Network
  7. 7. E-Biz Areas KM In f o M E-learan Sear ch S /DC Customer Collaboration EmployersChannels Customers Company processes B2 B ERP C B2 Workflow s Web App
  8. 8. Architecture benefits E-architecture Clear Business need defination Leverages existing investment Best fit technology solution Time to market minised E-solve Business Integrated approach Interface Get it right the first timee-constract BuildingSolutions Evolve Solution Architecting E-operate outsourcing operations E-Hance enhancing solution
  9. 9. The E-Business way ess Busin strateg Core y
  10. 10. Evolution of E-business application B ERP Vision 6 5Level of Impact on Current Business 4 A ERP Product 2 3 1 Self Business Community Mktg service Collaboration Integration Level of competitive advantage.
  11. 11. B2BTrillion dollar potential 1.50Dollars Thrillions 1.25 1.00 o.75 0.50 0.25 0.00 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Year (Giga Information Group) B2B: Trillion – Dollar potential 1.00 0.75 0.50 0.25 0.00 1 2 3 4 5 year
  12. 12. e-Manufacturing Challenges Order status? New products customised? How fastSupplier Manufacturing plant E-Business CustomerSupplier Component Supplier Distribution Customer Manufacturing CenterSupplier Plant Customer Subcontracted DistributionSupplier Manufacturing Retailer Customer
  13. 13. Multitiered Architecture for e- Business Sites Internet E-Business Site LAN Web and LAN Database Authentication Servers Server Web and Authentication Server
  14. 14. Multitiered Architecture for e- Business Sites 2006-2008 E-Business E is ends best Optimi zed e-Visibility busines ses Scope Peak of of inflated Platan Through of Engli- Technology expectations disillusionment profitability ghten- trigger ment 1990-97 98 99 2000 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 years
  15. 15. E – Business SuccessPhase 1 Phase 2 Identifying the Select the Business Technology opportunity Infrastructure E – business success ( Three phased Approach) Implement the E – business solution Phase 3
  16. 16. Categories of B2B Marketplace Vertical Horizontal Function-specific
  17. 17. Top 10 Business Reasons for E - Business• Improve service level• Create growth potential• Enhance customer access• Improve speed to market• Reduce cycle time• New customers• New products or services• Improve brand recognition• Reduce distribution costs
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