Innovations in E-Systems for Business and Commerce presents some of the latest research and direction in the field of e-business and e-commerce. With up-to-date information for top researchers from around the world, the volume covers a wide selection of topics on innovations in e-business and e-commerce.
E-systems are becoming standard practice across all sectors, including healthcare, engineering, business, education, security, and citizen interaction with local and national government. The use of Internet technologies facilitates rapid and easy dissemination of information and data as well as increased convenience and efficiency to assist service providers and end-users.
This book is aimed at three groups of people: undergraduate students and postgraduate students conducting research in the areas of e-systems related to e-business or e-commerce; researchers at universities and other institutions working in these fields; and practitioners in the research and development departments of industrial settings. The volume can also be used as an advanced reference for classroom use.
Table of Contents
E-Commerce Infrastructure, Barriers, and Recommendations for International Promotion
Abouzar Sadeghzadeh and Maryam Haghshenas
Applications of E-Commerce in Manufacturing Supply Chains
Critical Success Factors for E-Business in Developing Countries
Design of E-Commerce Software
Seifedine Kadry and Abdelkhalak El Hami
Implementation of E-Commerce Software
Seifedine Kadry and Abdelkhalak El Hami
Reality of E-Commerce and Social Inclusion in Developing Asian Countries
Jyoti Batra Arora
Enhanced Online Service Quality: The Contribution of Local Search Engines
Mohammed Zuhair Al-Taie and Nikos Manouselis
Web-Mining and Prospective E-Customer Knowledge Acquisition
Innovations in E-Systems for E-Commerce
Constantine J. Aivalis, Kleanthis Gatziolis, and Anthony C. Boucouvalas
Mass-Customization of Products Through Web-Based Feature Modeling Systems
Norman Gwangwava and Anenyasha A. Gumbie
E- Auto Scheduling: Driving Innovation Towards Efficient Decision Making: A Case Study Approach
Srk Prasad, R. Prabhakar, and G. Kousalya
X Bio Inspired Computing Paradigms
Seifedine Kadry, PhD, is currently Associate Professor at Beirut Arab University, Faculty of Sciences, Beirut, Lebanon. He was previously an Associate Professor with American University of the Middle East in Kuwait. He serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Research Journal of Mathematics and Statistics and the ARPN Journal of Systems and Software. He worked as Head of Software Support and Analysis Unit of First National Bank where he designed and implemented the data warehouse and business intelligence; he has published several books and is the author of more than 50 papers on applied math, computer science, and stochastic systems in peer-reviewed journals. At present his research focuses on system prognostics, stochastic systems, and probability and reliability analysis. He received a PhD in computational and applied mathematics in 2007 from the Blaise Pascal University (Clermont-II) - Clermont-Ferrand in France.
Abdelkhalak El Hami, PhD, is a Full Professor at INSA (National Institute of Applied Sciences) of Rouen, France, as well as Deputy Director of Laboratoire d’Optimisation et FIabilité en Mécanique des Structures (LOFIMS laboratory and Head of mechanical chair of the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts in Normandy, France. He has been training director of mechanical engineers at INSA-Rouen. Professor El Hami’s research activities include reliability-optimization systems. He has supervised 32 PhD theses. He also is the author and co-author of more than a dozen books and more than 500 papers published in international journals and conferences. He has a doctorate in engineering sciences from the University of Franche-Comté in France (1992). He received his Habilitation diploma to supervise research (HDR) in 2000.