E-biznisi in General




e-Business in general

The significance of e-business for developing countries
Written by Dragana Dodevska
Wednesday, 09 December 2009 21:27
In the full globalization of the economy, e-business and e-commerce will become one of the necessary components in creating the business strategy of the companies themselves, but they also represent a strong catalyst in the economic development itself. The electronic business (e-business) can be said to be a powerful tool for the economic growth of developing countries. While in Macedonia, the potentials of e-business are still under-utilized. With the integration of information and communication technology (ICT) in business, it can be said that it has elevated to a higher level the relations both within the organization and between different organizations as well as relations with customers. The use of ICT in business will contribute to increasing productivity,
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Elements of the Electronic Business
Written by Ivana Ankieva
Wednesday, 09 December 2009 19:42
The construction and operation of an electronic business involves the design, creation and / or integration of constituent components (elements) on which the operation is based and without which the business could not achieve the purpose for which it was established. As the basic elements of any electronic business we consider: the offer (content), the website, and the promotion. These elements, more or less pronounced, are found in almost every electronic business. Other elements that appear in electronic businesses can be grouped as: elements for order fulfillment, communication systems and systems for collaboration, and organizational applications.
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Characteristics of the e-business plan
Written by Svetlana Arsova
Wednesday, 09 December 2009 18:28

The plan represents a specific defined course of action for a specific time period, which is a projected response to the anticipated environment with the intent to achieve specific goals. Various and varied methodological bases are used to make the plan. Particular attention deserves the anticipation that anticipates the future working conditions. In addition, the plan also contains a time horizon in which it will be realized. The plan represents a means of action and a way to accomplish the task.

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Level of electronic business
Written by Sanela Spasevska
Wednesday, 09 December 2009 16:33
The level of electronic business means the manner in which information and communication technologies are applied in the support of all the activities of the enterprise.
We distinguish 4 basic levels of electronic business, which are external communication, internal communication, e-commerce, e-business.
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Typical e-business models
Written by Ruzica Georgieva
Tuesday, 08 December 2009 13:41
There are many types of business models of electronic commerce. Some of them are:
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The impact of electronic commerce in the travel industry
Written by Ljubica Nikolova
Tuesday, 08 December 2009 13:39
In the mid-1990s, people predicted the disappearance of travel agents, arguing that all travel agencies would be replaced by online agencies on the Internet. Others suggested that only activities that add value to travel agencies that can not be automated will be carried out by travel organizations serving specifically targeted markets and consumers. Online travel agencies that will offer many products, services and entertainment that will enter the industry as well as innovative individuals who will operate as travel agents and will offer some services in their homes. The magazine “economists” in 2004 analyzed the travel industry and predicted that most travel arrangements would be online transformed over the next decade.
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Web 2.0
Written by Vasko
Tuesday, 08 December 2009 13:22
WEB 2.0

The term Web 2.0 refers to the second generation of web development and design that aims to communicate, securely share information and collaborate on Wold Wide Web.Web 2.0 concepts have led to the development and evolution of web-based societies, hosted services, and applications such as social networking stations, video sharing sites, bulls, blogs, and more.

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E-business in the WIRELESS network: M-enterprise (commerce)
Written by Ljubica Nikolova
Tuesday, 08 December 2009 12:24
The widespread availability of WIRELESS and mobile networks creates new exciting features. These new technologies make mobile computing possible. They allow very fast access to information, applications, and tools that until recently were available only through a desktop computer. M-enterprise refers to conducting electronic business through WIRLESS networks or through removable devices. This is sometimes referred to as M-business, which in the widest sense means e-business in WIRLESS environment; around the world, friends are applying mobile computing technologies at a brisk speed. Productivity gains that arise from this work are constantly increasing, while technology prices fall. This same technology applied in the mobile network revolutionizes the way people work.
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Virtual organizations
Written by Verica Jovanova
Tuesday, 08 December 2009 11:05
In order to be at a highly competitive level, modern organizations are characterized by faster, better and more efficient operation. Therefore, resources distributed across the country and the world are organized in an efficient way.
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Dynamic pricing models
Written by Radmila Gjorgjevska
Monday, 07 December 2009 00:32
Electronic businesses work hard in many ways to achieve affordable prices for their customers, but at the same time get new customers. So there are models where buyers themselves tell the price they are willing to pay to buy a particular product.
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Business plan as part of 10 steps for starting an electronic business
Written by Radmila Gjorgjevska
Sunday, 06 December 2009 20:58
The business plan is one of the ten steps to launch an e-business, proposed by Greg Holden.

A business plan is a written document that contains all relevant internal and external factors that affect the company’s operations, the general business strategy, as well as its individual elements necessary for starting a new business or for the future operation of an existing business .

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Commercialization of web pages
Written by Emilija Kostic
Sunday, 06 December 2009 20:33
In order to enable the implementation of various flows, the conjunction of interaction of different computer and operating systems, such as the ability to function in a multimedia environment, Web sites find their application in many areas of human culture and society.
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Electronic catalogs and other market mechanisms
Written by Monika Petrova
Sunday, 06 December 2009 20:13
Electronic catalogs consist of a product database, directories, and search capabilities, as well as a presentation function. They are the heart of most of the electronic commerce sites. For retailers, the purpose of electronic catalogs is to advertise and promote products and services in electronic form.
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Managing e-business infrastructures
Written by Aleksandra Kuzevska
Saturday, 05 December 2009 23:55
The management of e-business infrastructure is based on two different views of the infrastructure. They are:
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The Economic Implications of Electronic Commerce on Organizations
Written by Tanja Trajanova
Saturday, 05 December 2009 17:05
Numerous are the benefits of e-commerce for small and medium-sized enterprises:

1. First of all, it is a very effective way for products and services of small businesses to reach a large number of potential consumers in and out of the country, and thus, for a brief time, to significantly increase the sales and earnings of businesses that successfully practice e-commerce.

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WW Grainger and Goodrich Corporation
Written by Nade Tukhechechieva
Saturday, 05 December 2009 00:06
WW Grainger has numerous web pages, but their flagship is grainger.com. In 2005, the $ 6 billion annual sales of Grainger, most of the $ 600 million were sold through the network, with the size of those sales posted through grainer.com.

More than 800,000 brand-named MRO supplies from more than 100 suppliers are offered at grainger.com and a growing number of Grainger 2.2 million customers order online. The network side continues with the same kind of consumer services and a wide range of industrial products provided by traditional offline business with the added convenience of 24/7 orders, the use of research engines and additional services.

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How does e – business work?
Written by Nadezhda Bozhinova
Thursday, 03 December 2009 19:00
E – business is a term used, ie. which describes how businesses operate online, or can be defined as using Internet technologies to improve productivity and profitability of the business. In a more general sense, the term can be used to describe any company of an electronic business – that is to say, any company that uses a computer. However, in several contexts – business is identified with the Internet business. From the sale of products and services over the Internet, e – businesses are able to win a wider range of consumers than any traditional business (eg a traditional store). This e – business function is known as e – commerce, and these terms are occasionally used alternately.
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E-banking and its positive and negative sides
Written by Liljana Kirova
Tuesday, 01 December 2009 21:33

In the Republic of Macedonia, e-banking is increasingly used, where citizens are informed about new products, can check the balance of accounts in banks, they can perform various types of transactions (eg, they can pay household bills, companies, etc.). ).

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Intranet and Extranet
Written by Velkova Sonja
Tuesday, 01 December 2009 08:37
Most texts related to information systems in specialized journals unfortunately deal with other texts, where important topics should be technology, and support for traditional work applications.
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Strategic choices of your internet business
Written by Susanna Stojmilova
Sunday, 29 November 2009 22:59
The strategic choices for entering the Internet are divided into two groups

  1. General strategies
  2. Competition strategies and partnership strategies

We can follow 3 general strategies:

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E-Bank Service
Written by Velkova Sonja
Monday, 23 November 2009 08:57


E-Bank service is the use of banking services via the Internet, via a WEB application (on-line) without the assistance of a third party. Through the WEB application, it is provided in a fast and secure way, electronically, without going to the bank counters and without a time limit, in a simple way, the following banking services can be performed:

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E-business and its significance
Written by Natalia Nikolova
Sunday, 22 November 2009 13:48
Electronic business is often referred to as e-business. Today, its application is quite current due to the great influence it has on the overall course of business. Vendors are more likely to use the computer network to find the sellers, the products and services they need, compare prices, and choose the most favorable one. Companies also carry out most of the production processes through the Internet, procure, and seek their potential customers, etc.
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Written by Kire Janev
Sunday, 01 November 2009 11:20
As you can guess, here are electronic journals. Like e-books, they should be full of valuable information. Like newsletters, they should be sent once a week or once a month, to those who apply to receive them. Google gives six million entries on the topic of E-journals. The electronic magazine is a great way to increase the traffic on our site on the Internet, to raise the status of its search engine and to use it as an excellent means of tracking the mood of customers or customers.
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Phases of application of e-business in organizations
Written by Tanev Ilija
Thursday, 29 October 2009 19:18
E-business and EDI are not just technological innovation. Their implementation is a more managerial problem, because in order to work effectively, the organizational structure, that is, the activities, procedures and methods of doing business, are completely changed. They provide a new way of doing business. Using e-business, in addition to providing greater efficiency and effectiveness, helps reorganize business processes.

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