bis375 | undergraduate
Supply Chain Information Management In Online Environments
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Evolution of E-Business
- Compare and contrast e-business and e-commerce as they relate to supply chain management.
- Explain legal, ethical, and regulatory issues of e-business.
- Explain the evolution of e-business.
- Analyze e-business Web sites as they relate to supply chain management.
Impact of E-Business on Supply Chain Management
- Assess the effect of e-business SCM initiatives on an organization.
- Compare and contrast the demands and expectations of different types of customers.
- Compare and contrast traditional and e-business procurement processes.
E-Commerce Strategies: Supplier and Customers
- Differentiate between the customer and the supplier.
- Analyze the effects of customer demands on suppliers.
- Compare and contrast business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) electronic commerce.
Implementation and Measurement
- Explain aspects of e-business risk management.
- Compare and contrast e-business related supply chain performance monitoring tools.
- Formulate security measures for protection of the intellectual property protection aspect of e-business.
Trends and Opportunities in E-Business and SCM
- Evaluate the impact of emerging technologies and trends on e-business and SCM.
- Describe business opportunities based upon e-business and SCM principles.
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