M.B.A. II SEMESTER Course No. 208 Paper No. – XVI E-BusinessDr.N.C.Dhande Objectives Provide analytical and technical framework to understand the emerging world of e-Business. E-Business challenges and opportunities for managers. Understanding of the rapidly changing technology and business models, Understanding of how electronic business differs form “real ”business settings. Acquire hands on knowledge of the underlying technological infrastructure.
M.B.A. II SEMESTER Course No. 208 Paper No. – XVI E-BusinessDr.N.C.Dhande Unit I Introduction, background and current status • Digital economy, • principles of e-business, • e-business models, • technological supports and needs. Unit II e-business frameworks • e-selling process, e-buying, • e-procurement, e-payments: Pre; Post and instant payment systems, • convergence strategies.
M.B.A. II SEMESTER Course No. 208 Paper No. – XVI E-BusinessDr.N.C.Dhande Unit III e-business design and e-markets • Overview, • steps in e-business design, • reversing the value chain, knowledge building. • e-market models, • direct B2B markets, • coalitions.
M.B.A. II SEMESTER Course No. 208 Paper No. – XVI E-BusinessDr.N.C.Dhande Unit IV Integrating supply chain management process • Definitions, • components of e- supply chain, • managing relations in e- supply chain, • business and technology drivers, infrastructure, • sales and distribution configuration.
M.B.A. II SEMESTER Course No. 208 Paper No. – XVI E-BusinessDr.N.C.Dhande Unit V e-CRM • Enterprise architecture planning, • lead time reduction, • improved supplier performance. • e-CRM process and their integration, • e-banking, e-governance. • e-Business Strategy into action, Challenges, • e-Security, • Cryptography, • e-transition issues and Summary. Section –B Case and Problems
M.B.A. II SEMESTER Course No. 208 Paper No. – XVI E-BusinessDr.N.C.Dhande 208 : e-business Lab Reports in the form of journal must be submitted by each student; based on the studies & observations carried out in the lab, on internet and on the sites of actual installations. 1. Study of different e-business models and their system configurations. 2. Study of e-selling processes. 3. Study of e-buying process. 4. Study of different supply chain management systems. 5. Study of web security systems and their configurations. 6. Study of different search engines and service providers. 7. Study of ERP system in functioning. 8. Study of e-governance. 9. Study of different e-business softwares available on the internet.