List of Contributors.
E–Business: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, Applications, and Future Directions.
About the Editor.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Identifying E–Business Options.
4: Managing E–Business Change.
5: Semantic E–Business.
6: The Evolution of ERP and its Relationship with E–Business.
7: The Role of Government in E–Business Adoption.
8: Business Networking: The Technological Infrastructure Support.
9: A Knowledge Management Approach to Improving E–Business Collaboration.
10: Linking Businesses for Competitive Advantage: A Mobile Agent–Based Approach.
11: Integrating E–Supply Networks: The Need to Manage Information Flows and Develop E–Platforms.
12: E–Com Supply Chain and SMEs.
13: EU SMEs and E–Business Innovation.
14: Environmental Drivers of E–Business Strategies Among SMEs.
15: The Evolving Web Presence of SMEs: An Empirical Approach to E–Business.
16: Challenges for Deploying Web Services–Based E–Business Systems in SMEs.
17: B2B E–Business.
18: Innovation and B2B E–Commerce: Explaining What Did Not Happen.
19: The Business of Online Education.
20: An Introductory Study on Business Intelligence Security.
21: Strategies for Business Process Outsourcing: An Analysis of Alternatives, Opportunities, and Risks.
22: Development and Design Methodologies.
23: E–Business Planning and Analysis Framework.
24: E–Business Reference Models.
25: Building and Managing Modern E–Services.
26: A Context–Based and Policy–Driven Method to Design and Develop Composite Web Services.
27: Dynamic Pricing for E–Commerce.
28: Planning and Designing an Enterprise Wide Database Systems for E–Business.
29: SMEs ECT Reality: From Ad–Hoc Implementation to Strategic Planning.
30: BSC–Based Framework for E–Business Strategy.
31: A Design Tool for Business Process Design and Representation.
32: B2C Failures: Toward an Innovation Theory Framework.
33: Procedure for Modeling and Improving E–SCM Processes.
34: A Semantic Service–Oriented Architecture for Business Process Fusion.
35: A Mobile Intelligent Agent–Based Architecture for E–Business.
36: Using E– and M–Business Components in Business: Approaches, Cases, and Rules of Thumb.
37: Conflicts, Compromises, and Political Decisions: Methodological Challenges of Enterprise–Wide E–Business Architecture Creation.
38: Developing a Global CRM Strategy.
39: Understanding the Development of Free E–Commerce/E–Business Software: A Resource–Based View1.