E-Commerce: An Introduction
by Diane Cabell at al.
Publisher: faqs.org 2001
The broadest definition of e-commerce is "the conduct of transactions by electronic means". We will focus specifically on purchases of goods and services from online stores on the Web. Because this is an introductory course with a limited schedule, we will focus our study around the needs of a fictional e-enterprise.
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