ebusiness Architecture Roles
ebusiness Primary Models
B2B Brokerage Model
Buyer Aggregator Model
Buy Sell Match-Model
ebusiness B2B Hub
B2B Vertical Hub
Virtual Mall Model
Advertising Model Types
Organization Structure Alignment
Top-Down Strategy for Business
Existing Business Services
Effects on Existing Business
Technological Building Blocks
Commercial Implications for Introducing eBusiness
1)New routes to market, 2) New monetary budgets, 3) Company re-organization, 4) Management consultants 5) Senior steering committee
Introducing a new route to market or new interface between customers and a business can have dramatically different effects depending on the type of business to which it is applied.
New or modified monetary budgets will be required with a greater emphasis on systems costs, stock holdings
The staff mix and company structure is also likely to need changing. In many businesses the staff requirements in some areas may peak as the new processes are introduced, and customer base changes.
Many of the required changes and the approach to these changes may be unfamiliar to the existing company management.
There will often be a need to modify the approach to the introduction of eBusiness in order to accomodate problems along the way.