Gator.com Says Ad Overlays Give Consumers A Choice
IPlanet Apps Promise Sweet Dreams
Amazon Plugs Into Circuit City In Profitability Drive
Privacy: Can Businesses Build Trust And Exploit Opportunity?
Starbucks Sweetens IT Support For Booming Cafes
Co/Op Wants To Be Tops At Inventory Management
TV Goes Interactive
Payless System Helps Buyers Find The Perfect Shoe
Best Buy Upgrades Computer/Ordering Kiosks
Commerce One Returns To Its Roots
Home Depot Spiffs Up CRM And Supply Chain
Oracle Lets Companies Keep Hosting Close To Home
Failed Marketplaces Keep Piling Up
Automated Phone Systems Gain Ground With Retailers
Senate Power Shift Puts Online Privacy In Spotlight
Orbitz Learns From Shaky Takeoff
New Tools Speed E/Sourcing Savings
E/Business Revolution: The Battle Rages On
IBM And Nortel Integrate Products For Service Providers
Joint offerings include IBM's storage solutions and Nortel's optical-networking gear.
Supply-Chain Deployment Drops Off
Shaky economy and unfulfilled promises leave companies wary of E-marketplaces.
Group Buying's A Hard Sell
Efforts have been hurt by attrition, inadequate technology.
The E-Business Bonus
Building an E-commerce infrastructure? It's a good chance to boost your business' overall efficiency.
Beyond Procurement: Ariba Aims At Private Exchanges
Vendor's Value-Chain Management Suite Faces Competition From I2, Oracle, And SAP
When Every Dollar Counts
In a bid for revenue and lower credit-card fees, Amazon is launching an online payment system
Ariba Pays A High Price For E-Business Vendor
Goal is to incorporate Agile's manufacturing collaboration capabilities into its apps
The Results Are In
For companies tending to E-business, their technology investments have begun to show bottom-line results.
Cendant Goes Out On Its Own To Build Travel Portal
Company budgets $100 million for site to sell airline tickets, hotel rooms, and car rentals
Ready For The Returns?
After record-setting online sales, E-retailers brace for the result: unprecedented product returns. So far, so good.
Oracle App Keeps Product-Development Teams In Touch
Online system helps companies, contractors, and customers communicate and share plans.
Walmart.com: Closed For Remodeling
Retailer turns to new E-commerce platform before holiday shopping season arrives.
Priceline.com Dumps Grocery And Gas Shopping
Revenue warning and customer complaints contributed to closure of WebHouse Club.
Software Bridges Disconnect Gap On Orders, Deliveries
Commercialware's Collaborate.dot.commerce lets merchants and suppliers share information.
Translation Software Synchronizes Multilingual Sites
Idiom Worldserver Upgrade lets users localize web content, track content from employees.
B-To-B Exchange Scales Down
Bizbuyer.com cuts number of offerings and raises the bar on requirements for suppliers.
Banks Team To Offer Services For Online Exchanges
Financial marketplaces offer participants credit-card, escrow, and foreign-exchange services.
Improved Payment-System Platforms
PaymentWave service lets businesses verify and authenticate all involved parties.
Major E-Payment Initiatives Combat Online Fraud
Visa and Citigroup roll out payment infrastructures designed to meet customer demand.
GE Expands Online Payment System As Service
Vendor to integrate EDI system with XML, Java, HTML payment processes and aim it at exchanges.
AviationX Is Grounded
Online marketplace collapses as money, interest evaporate.
Constellar's E-Series Supports Vendor Vendor also boosts traditional application-integration features.
Let's Make A Business-To-Business Deal
Buyers of E-commerce platforms beware: Vendors that claim their products are business-to-business solutions must extend the overall functionality of their core platforms beyond just providing support for browser-initiated transactions.
E-Signatures: Ties That Bind
The Electronic Signatures Act should make it cheaper, faster, and easier to conduct E-business.
Brick 'N Mortar Vs. Dot-Com
Market corrections aside, online retailers face serious competition as established merchants ramp up E-commerce sites that offer ties to call centers, catalogs, and in-store kiosk convenience.
MicroStrategy Provides Missing E-Commerce Link
Software processes online transactions and serves as a platform for building apps.
Exchanges Go Private
Companies are turning to invitation-only Web portals to work with their closest suppliers and partners.
Building Out E-Business
Top executives have issued orders to put the Web to work companywide. E-services firms are delivering the resources to finish the job.
Solution Series: B-to-B E-Business: Put To The Test
Online Auctions Go B-To-B
Andale upgrade increases automation for suppliers that move lots of volume via multiple sites.
A New Level Of Online Trust
Vendors are racing to automate authentication and payment processing to handle Internet transactions.
Electronic Payments Get Personal
Propay.com aims to let people exchange money anywhere, at any time.
A consortium of high tech vendors and users creating E-commerce standards.
A global non-profit organization, CommerceNet focuses on the needs of
companies doing electronic business.
Hosts business to business communities for vertical industries.
E-Commerce & the
Advice from the Federal Trade Commission on how to keep your e-commerce
The Electronic Commerce
This site sponsored by IBM's e-business solutions provides links to
product reviews and e-commerce news.
Advisory Commission On E-Commerce
Web site of the Advisory Commission on E-commerce, which was created by Congress to craft tax policy for Internet-based business.
This site offers a solution for a common source of online fraud -- buying or selling on the Internet and having your money or your merchandise stolen from you.
This site is a research and information exchange for CEOs, CIOs, CTOs et al. The portal offers the latest information and analysis on ebusiness, Enterprise Application Integration, and messaging/middleware to ensure mission-critical decisions are based on the most recent research, imperative in the rapidly-changing, ebusiness environment.