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eBusiness Community Model - Research & Assessment Project, eBCM-RAP
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Abstract [en]

Which are the key elements of eBusiness? How can a SME maneuver in a new eBusiness environment? Why is a common focal point so important? These are some of the main questions that have been addressed in the Nordic Innovation Centre financed "eBusiness Community Model - Research & Assessment Project (eBCM-RAP)". Automated business processes offer great return on investment, more efficient business operations and enhanced competitiveness. In spite of the benefits, the cost of automation as well as the cost of employees adjusting to a new mindset is currently perceived as a threshold too big to overcome, especially for the SMEs. What the SMEs need is a modular approach, enabling them to gradually build their technical infrastructure and capabilities as well as recognizing alternative key elements required for becoming eBusiness integrated.

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Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers , 2008. , 60 p.
Keyword [en]
eBCM, eBusiness, ICT, business processes, key elements, Building Blocks, community model, research and assessment
URN: urn:nbn:se:norden:org:diva-2769OAI: diva2:707139
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