The evolution from network-centric commerce (EDI) to e-commerce and e-business up to e-enterprise and virtual enterprise is traced and explained in this discussion of the transformation of a business enterprise from an industrial into an information model. Addressed are the strategy and architecture of an e-enterprise, emphasizing the integration issues and solutions of enterprise information infrastructure, its applications layer, and the whole enterprise. Discussed are the benefits to a company of transformation into an electronic enterprise, such as a better competitive position and increased profitability and productivity.
About the Author
Andrew Targowski is a professor of computer information systems at Western Michigan University and chairman of the Advisory Council of the Information Resource Management Association. He is the author of The Architecture and Planning of Enterprise-wide IM Systems, Global Information Infrastructure, and Enterprise Information Infrastructure. He has contributed to the Journal of Business Communication, Journal of Education for MIS, and The Journal of Information Management, Information Executive. He lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
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