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E-business – running through a computer or through our body
Written by Ivana Miceva
Thursday, 10 December 2009 13:52
How can human thoughts and achievements in terms of developing and perfecting the electronic world reach?

Tattoos are a more frequent adornment of our bodies through which tattoo masters emphasize their creativity and art. There is, however, something that can trample the bills of tattoo masters and the tattoo process in general. It is an innovation that represents the model of a digital tattoo that is implemented under the human skin.

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Harry Potter breaks records of online sales
Written by Kiril Yordanov
Thursday, 10 December 2009 03:19
Harry Potter, a megapolar phenomena of these years, has caused a very great storm of ideas among the giant companies Amazon and Barnes & Noble. The reason for this is the abnormal and huge sale of books for young wizard Harry Potter and his adventures in the magic school. Books for Harry Potter have been sacked from books that daily crumble records in the field of publishing and film industry.
Since then, the sixth (in 2006), penultimate book series, Barnes & Noble, Inc., came out. the world’s leading book seller, announced that subscribed books for the sixth online book reached a figure of more than one million, making the book the most paid book of all time.
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Microsoft Corporation
Written by Ivana Ankieva
Wednesday, 09 December 2009 17:15
In 1975, Bill Gates and Paul Allen founded Microsoft, fulfilling their vision of changing the way the business is being run, transforming it, and enabling many new uses of society. They see the future in the computer software, and not in the hardware.
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IBM ‘s “business”
Written by Milica Stojcheva
Tuesday, 08 December 2009 19:11
A company that seeks to acquire new information technology needs to decide which components of computer hardware and software will result in the greatest achievements in competitive advantage and profitability. The conviction of the company to spend millions or billions of dollars to buy new types of software and hardware is a daunting task today that the sales force of companies selling information technology is facing. A company that faces this challenge is, IBM, which produces, sells, and servises a huge array of computer hardware and software. In order to maintain a leading position in the highly competitive IT industry, Sam Palmisano, IBM’s chief executive, announced a new business strategy for IBM called “business-to-business”. In the course of long-term operations, he argues,
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How to be a champion for a Ford product
Written by Verica Jovanova
Tuesday, 08 December 2009 19:07
Don Frey, an engineer at Ford Motor Company’s research laboratories, has always worked on projects that looked new and interesting. However, he never spoke to Ford consumers, and he was never involved in prompt decision-making that could offer consumers and how much new developments would cost. As a result, he and other research and development engineers have worked for many years on products that have never been on the market since the work of the engineers was not related to consumer needs. Frustrated by the lack of cost-effectiveness of his work, Frey began to test the usefulness of a corporate research lab, which had not been removed from operations and the market.
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Nestle’s Nestle Food Kingdom
Written by Maja Ristova
Tuesday, 08 December 2009 19:01
Nestle is the world’s largest food company, which earns $ 50 billion in annual sales, with 224,000 employees and 500 factories in 80 countries. In 2006, it produced and sold over 8,000 food products, including popular brands like Kit – Kat, Taster, Coffee Choice, Instant Milk Carnation, and Stouffer Foodstuffs. In its corporate headquarters in Vevey, Switzerland, chief executive Peter Brabeck – Latmathe, who was appointed in 1997, is responsible for raising the global pursuit of Nestle. He faced many challenges.
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Whirlpool B2B trading portal
Written by Nade Tukhechechieva
Friday, 04 December 2009 22:50

Whirlpool is a global $ 13 billion corporation located in Benton Harbor, Michigan. The company’s greatest interest is to work effectively and to offer so many services to the customers, the members (partners) of their sales chain as much as possible. It’s a complicated thing because the partners are located in 170 countries. Intermediate partners that account for 25% of the overall partner base and 10% of Whirlpool’s annual return, their orders were delivered by phone or fax because they were not large enough to have system-to-computer connections directly with Whirlpool.

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Written by Sanja Nikolovska
Friday, 04 December 2009 01:14
FlowerShop – an online store where flowers and ornaments are sold.


The main goal of the employees at is to deliver the brightest and most beautiful flowers and for this purpose they do everything they can to deliver a special expression on the face of the recipient of the flower. Millions of people around the world send flowers, greeting cards and gifts to each other on birthdays, holidays, vacations or simply if they want to surprise their friends, relatives or business partners. That’s why they are here to offer you the opportunity to send flowers to your loved ones in the Republic of Macedonia. High professionalism, respect for customers, quality of their services, speed, attention to detail are defined in what they are doing. Their goal is to be the most powerful and most valued company in their line.

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Arhaicum-specialized service
Written by Katerina Lickoff
Monday, 30 November 2009 17:33
Arhaicum is a specialized service dedicated to the human unforgettable. The basic services offered on the site are the creation of original stems, finding graves for families, as well as services for maintaining the eternal rests of the ancestors. has existed since 1999, although the preparations for its creation have begun since 1996. The service covers the territory of Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Republika Srpska. To agree, the owners of this site with business partners from the listed areas; they should explain why they are creating this type of network service, and what the role of the Internet in all of this took them more than three years of travel, meetings, demonstrations, lectures, etc.


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Written by Elena Velichkovska
Sunday, 29 November 2009 16:48
Some of the most successful B2b e-retailers are companies with mail orders, which were once only put on a printed catalog. One reason for their success was the logistics system that companies already had. In this study we are talking about Land’s End now replacing Sears, Roebuck and Company.
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National Transportation Exchange
Written by Elena Velichkovska
Sunday, 29 November 2009 00:43
The transport industry is not very effective. Although trucks are convenient to be full of outbound travel, they are often empty on their return. The Transport Exchange (NTE) is trying to solve this problem.
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Written by Jasmina Zafirova 0817
Thursday, 29 January 2009 10:44 was founded in 1999 by American businessman Josh Koppelmann and Sani Balyipali (who founded very long ago). As an advertising trick, the company paid $ 100,000 to the city of Huffay and donated 20 new computers just to change its name in Ebay   bought in 2000 for nearly $ 350 million, inserting its own management system, feedback buyer / seller and Ebay account information. As his company ” parent ” n is a resale site and has no physical stock or inventory. Instead, the site is a place for individual vendors to sort their articles and a central place for potential buyers to see them, offering a standard way of transaction and a process of transferring money.
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Case study “Moodle”
Written by Vaska Tasheva 08137
Tuesday, 27 January 2009 20:57
Moodle is a popular modular open-source e-learning platform, also called the Course Management System ( CMS ) or Learninig Menagment System ( LMS) or Virtual Learning Environment ( VLE ). It is used at 46,294 locations in 199 countries, a total of 2,395,579 courses taught by 1.847889 teachers.
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Written by Zlatko Bejovski
Tuesday, 04 November 2008 00:45
A brief history of e-business suggests that successful electronic businesses are the ones who will be able to recognize the needs of their target group and will try to meet those needs by offering appropriate content. Creating an e-business, in order to achieve this, is not limited to professionals or giant corporations, but on the contrary many successful online firms are being launched by ordinary people with entrepreneurial abilities.

For example, was founded by student Michael Saunders housed at the college campus of the University of Pennsylvania. Primarily, was intended for students at the University of Pennsylvania and today serves students from 150 universities and colleges in the United States.

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