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E-Business Agenda Study, Wave 5: The New Values

How does collaboration between organizations and supply chain partners factor into E-business

InformationWeek Staff

October 16, 2001

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What impact is the economic downturn having on E-business strategies? How does collaboration between organizations and supply chain partners factor into E-business initiatives? Is corporate information sharing resulting in competitive rewards or network vulnerability? This report encapsulates the fifth wave of InformationWeek Research's multi-year, electronic business tracking study. The E-Business Agenda Study coincides with CMP Media's semi-annual E-Business Expo and Conference. The purpose of the study is to spotlight E-Business trends and gauge the transformation of five key industries in the networked economy.

E-Business penetration in corporate America is flat or down from six months ago. Market volatility and ultimately budget cuts are forcing a reversal of corporate E-Business strategies. The emphasis now is on squeezing more value out of existing E-business investments. Organizations that use electronic connections to customers, suppliers and business partners to engage in information sharing and collaboration enjoy a competitive edge.

Use this report to benchmark your organization's efforts against its peers and to identify a roadmap for your organization's E-Business strategies and initiatives. Understand the advantages and challenges of electronic collaborations with customers, suppliers and business partners.

Data views provided include degree of collaboration, e-business revenue and size of organization.

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