By Fang Zhao
The short growth of renowned web pages reinforces the significance of on-line strategic alliances via e-partnerships and their enterprise successes. although, many e-business partnerships fail to accomplish their pursuits of partnerships. Written from a world viewpoint, Maximize company earnings via E-Partnerships presents a realistic, insightful and complete consultant for either brick-and-mortar and dot.com businesses to deal with the demanding situations of establishing and handling effective e-partnerships to capitalize on company profits. It offers functional suggestions to constructing potent e-partnerships via a scientific inquiry into the character and techniques of e-partnering.
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As a result, within three months, there were more than 100,000 additional Australians getting broadband access (Akhurst, 2004, p. 6). This rapid increase provides new opportunities to dotcom companies and e-business, as well as e-partnerships. , ability to perform electronic transactions in a timely manner), but also on the quality of products, the delivery performance and the value-added extras that the potential partners can bring to the relationship; Tending to form tight and long-term strategic e-alliances; Copyright © 2006, Idea Group Inc.
Is prohibited. Overview of E-Partnerships 29 Africa. htm Werbach, K. (2000). Syndication: The emerging model for business in the Internet era. In N. G. ), The digital enterprise: How to reshape your business for a connected world (pp. 21-34). Boston: Harvard Business School. Copyright © 2006, Idea Group Inc. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of Idea Group Inc. is prohibited. 30 Zhao Chapter II E-Business Supply Chains and E-Partnerships Introduction In today’s business world, most companies operate within an integrated system, or a network of organizations of upstream suppliers and downstream customers that produce and distribute products and services.