E-commerce : The Cutting Edge of Business / Kamlesh K. Bajaj, Debjani Nag.

By: Bajaj, Kamlesh K
Contributor(s): Nag, Debjani
Material type: TextTextSeries: McGraw-Hill computer science series ; McGraw-Hill international editionsPublisher: New Delhi : Tata McGraw-Hill, c2005Description: xiv, 597 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 007116054X; 0070585563Subject(s): Internet marketing | Electronic commerce | Business enterprises -- Computer networksDDC classification: 658.054678 Abstract: As E-Commerce refers to the paperless exchange of business information using Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), electronic funds transfer and other network-based technologies, companies have to look at integrating their backend and front office processes and activities. This book presents the technology and non-technology aspects of e-commerce and takes it to a level that gives a clear understanding of the basic building blocks for its implementation. The book begins with the basics in the first and second part, and describes the Internet and Intranets. The third part describes EDI, the UN/EDIFACT Standards, Extranets and tracking tools. Part four comprises security - a critical component of e-commerce. Different cryptographic systems and Public Key Certification method based on X.509 standards have been covered. Part five delves into reengineering and management of change and legal issues.
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Includes index

As E-Commerce refers to the paperless exchange of business information using Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), electronic funds transfer and other network-based technologies, companies have to look at integrating their backend and front office processes and activities. This book presents the technology and non-technology aspects of e-commerce and takes it to a level that gives a clear understanding of the basic building blocks for its implementation. The book begins with the basics in the first and second part, and describes the Internet and Intranets. The third part describes EDI, the UN/EDIFACT Standards, Extranets and tracking tools. Part four comprises security - a critical component of e-commerce. Different cryptographic systems and Public Key Certification method based on X.509 standards have been covered. Part five delves into reengineering and management of change and legal issues.

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