ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΟ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑΣ

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ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΟ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑΣ. Ανάπτυξη Εφαρμογών και Αρχιτεκτονικών Υποδομών Ηλεκτρονικού Εμπορίου. Κίτσιου Σπύρος Υποψήφιος Διδάκτορας Τμήματος Εφαρμοσμένης Πληροφορικής Πανεπιστήμιο Μακεδονίας. Διάρθρωση Διάλεξης. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • 3. Content Management (portals)

    4. Web Services

  • / e-business models

    (Small store-fronts)

    HTML, Java, (.. JavaScript, PHP, Active Server Pages (ASP)) Content Management Software. , application service provider (ASP) (Large or Special EC applications) in-house outsourced. (integration) .. corporate databases, intranets, enterprise resource planning (ERP), CRM.

  • , / . each application must be carefully analyzed to , ,

    1 in house

    1: , ,

  • n EC :

    (application modules/components), To /hardware , , (scalability) (reliability),

    2:

  • in-house. (vendor) . (Lease) application service provider (ASP). third-party e-marketplace, (.. Yahoo! Store, e-Bay)

    3:

  • (back-end) (.. , ) - testing (Unit testing) (Integration testing) (Usability testing) (Acceptance testing) 4: ,

  • B2C

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    5: , , ,

  • (Portals) Web interface , , .

    Line-of-business portals provide easy access to applications that serve a specific area, such as procurement or human resources. A corporate intranet portal often acts as a gateway to other portals and Web sites operated by an organization. Extranet portals act as an interface between companies, customers, and suppliers, revealing subsets of information to specific audiences. Customer service and self-service portals are often seen as subsets of a corporate extranet. Team or divisional portals are used by groups or communities that want to share specific content or business functions. A personal portal is geared to assist individuals who access information and resources. An enterprise portal is the central portal for an entire organization. It comprises all other portals deployed.

  • ; CMS . , , , , .. , , , ., , , , web site.

    Portal Development Content Management Software Tools

  • Content Management Systems &

  • Content Management System 1: Plone CMS (www.plone.org)

  • Plone CMS - (1) Log in

  • Plone CMS Short Illustration (2)

  • Plone CMS (3)

  • Plone CMS (4)

  • Plone (www.plone.net/sites)Amnesty ProfessionalRice University USAUNC healthcarePenn State University USAPlone CMS Business Corporate Educational - Web Sites

  • Zope Plone

  • Etomite CMS

  • Etomite - Content Management Software (Open Source)

  • Etomite - Content Management Software (Open Source)

  • Etomite - Content Management Software (Open Source)

  • B2C StorefrontsProduct Presentation FunctionsOrder Entry FunctionsElectronic Payment FunctionsSecure Electronic TransactionsOrder fulfillment functionCustomer Service functionProduct Support Function The Major EC Applications and their Functionalities

  • Capabilities Needed by Users of e-Store Fronts

  • Similar to a B2C storefront, however, a B2B site also has additional features

    Personalized catalogs and Web pages for all major buyers A B2B payment gate Electronic contract negotiation features Product configuration by customers (e.g., Cisco or Dell) Affiliate program capabilities Business alerts (e.g., to special sales, to news)

    Supplier Sell Side B2B Sites

  • Aggregating CatalogsIn large organizations,multiple buyers are involved in making purchases from a large number of suppliers. One way to reduce costs and other inefficiencies in the purchase process is to aggregate the items from approved suppliers into a single online catalog

    Some of the specialized requirements for this type of site include: Search engine for locating items with particular characteristics Comparison engine for alternative vendors Ordering mechanism Budget and authorization feature Usage comparison (among various departments) Payment mechanism (e.g., use of a purchasing card)

    Aggregated catalogs are used by many large companies and government agencies.

    E-Procurement

  • In a reverse auction, buyers list the items they wish to purchase and sellers bid to provide thoseitems at the lowest price

    Sites of this sort provide the following capabilities: Catalog of items to be tendered and their content management Search engine (if the site has many items) Personalized pages for potential large bidders Reverse auction mechanisms, sometimes in real time Facility to help prepare, issue, manage, and respond to a buyers request for quotes(RFQs) Ability to bid dynamically Automatic vendor approval and workflow (e.g., SmartMatchs supplier identification technology) Electronic collaboration with trading partners Standardization of RFQ writing Site map Mechanism for selecting suppliers Automatic matching of suppliers with RFQs Automatic business process workflow Ability for bidders to use m-commerce for bidding Automated language translation

    Reverse Auctions and Tendering Systems