LCI111 : E-Business: Fundamentals Of Enterprise Wide Infrastructure
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E-Business: Fundamentals of Enterprise Wide Infrastructure is an intermediate course that provides an understanding of the main functional areas of E-Business applications for the business professional.


The target student for this course is a business professional interested in obtaining some intermediate knowledge of E-Business.

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Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

* Discuss the main differences between E-Commerce and E-Business, review several E-Business trends, discover the impact of E-Business on creating a business plan, and discuss E-Business architecture.

* Discuss CRM core competencies, organizational challenges, CRM implementation trends, and common CRM implementation planning strategies.

* Define selling-chain management's core competencies, SM business drivers, and aspects of SM infrastructure.

* Discuss business drivers for implementing ERP, core aspects of ERP infrastructure, common ERP applications in industry, and common ERP implementation planning strategies.

* Discuss SCM core competencies, planning and execution processes, supply chain fusion, management issues, and common SCM implementation planning strategies.

* Discuss E-Procurement business drivers, operating resource procurement, common E-Procurement business problems, buy-side and sell-side applications, and common E-Procurement implementation planning strategies.

* Discuss core knowledge management application classes, business drivers for KM, core KM architectural characteristics, and common KM implementation planning strategies.

Lesson 1: Moving Toward an E-Business Infrastructure

Turning E-Commerce into E-Business

Spotting Trends

Designing E-Business: It's More than Technology

Building E-Business: It's All about Architecture

Lesson 2: Integrating Customer Relationship Management Processes

Lesson 3: Integrating Selling-chain Management Processes

Lesson 4: Integrating Enterprise Resource Planning Processes

Lesson 5: Integrating Supply Chain Management Processes

Lesson 6: Integrating E-Procurement Processes

Lesson 7: Integrating Knowledge Management Processes

Emerging Knowledge Management Classes

Drivers for Knowledge Management Integration

The Architectural Framework for Knowledge Management Processes

Plotting a Course for Implementing a Knowledge Management InfrastructureBusiness Drivers for E-Procurement

Defining Operating Resource Procurement

Solving the Procurement Business Problem

Buy-side, Sell-side, All around the Web

Plotting a Course for Implementing an E-Procurement InfrastructureInternet-based SCM: The Extended Enterprise

Internet-based SCM: Supply Chain Planning and Execution

Internet-based SCM: Supply Chain Fusion

Managing SCM

Plotting a Course for Implementing the SCM InfrastructureBusiness Drivers for ERP

Determining ERP Architecture and Its Effect on the Company

ERP Applications in Industry

Approaches to Implementing ERP

Future Trends in ERPDefining Selling-chain Management

Business Drivers for Selling-chain Management

The Selling-chain Management InfrastructureSupporting Requirements for CRM Core Competencies

Meeting Organizational Challenges to CRM Implementation

Spotting Trends Related to CRM Infrastructure Implementation

Plotting a Course for Implementing the CRM Infrastructure

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