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Electronic CommercePrentice Hall © Collaborative Commerce collaborative commerce (c-commerce) The use of digital technologies that enable companies to collaboratively plan, design, develop, manage, and research products, services, and innovative EC applications collaboration hub The central point of control for an e-market. A single c-hub, representing one e-market owner, can host multiple collaboration spaces (c-spaces) in which trading partners use c-enablers to exchange data with the c-hub
Electronic CommercePrentice Hall © Collaborative Commerce Mobile Collaborative Networks and Grid Computing grid computing A form of distributed computing that involves coordinating and sharing computing, application, data, storage, or network resources across dynamic and geographically dispersed organizations –Mobile networks have the ability to share valuable business information in mobile scenarios with those who are co-located or remote and who are not necessarily from the same enterprise
Electronic CommercePrentice Hall © Collaborative Commerce grid computing A form of distributed computing that involves coordinating and sharing computing, application, data, storage, or network resources across dynamic and geographically dispersed organizations vendor managed inventory (VMI) The practice of retailers making suppliers responsible for determining when to order and how much to order
Electronic CommercePrentice Hall © Collaborative Commerce RFID Technology Contributes Value at Three Levels –Immediate value –Short-term value –Long-term value Limitations of RFID –For small companies, the cost of the system may be too high –Radio frequency interference and RFIDs limited range (30 to 50 feet) also may be problematic
Electronic CommercePrentice Hall © Collaborative Commerce Collaborative Commerce and Knowledge Management –Knowledge management is the process of capturing or creating knowledge –C-commerce is essentially an integration of KM, EC, and collaboration tools and methodologies that are designed to carry out transactions and other activities within and across organizations
Electronic CommercePrentice Hall © Collaborative Commerce Barriers to C-Commerce –Technical reasons involving integration, standards, and networks –Security and privacy concerns –Internal resistance to information sharing and to new approaches –Lack of internal skills to conduct collaborative commerce –Lack of defined and universally agreed-upon standards
Electronic CommercePrentice Hall © Collaborative Planning, CPFR, and Collaborative Design collaborative planning, forecasting, and replenishment (CPFR) Project in which suppliers and retailers collaborate in their planning and demand forecasting to optimize flow of materials along the supply chain
Electronic CommercePrentice Hall © Collaborative Planning, CPFR, and Collaborative Design advanced planning and scheduling (APS) systems Programs that use algorithms to identify optimal solutions to complex planning problems that are bound by constraints product lifecycle management (PLM) Business strategy that enables manufacturers to control and share product-related data as part of product design and development efforts
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E-Marketplaces. Electronic CommercePrentice Hall © E-Marketplaces Markets (electronic or otherwise) have three main functions: 1.Matching buyers.
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