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e-business

[′ē‚biz·nəs]
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e-business

(Electronic-BUSINESS) Doing business online. The term is often used synonymously with e-commerce, but e-business is more of an umbrella term for having a presence on the Web. An e-business site may be very comprehensive and offer more than just selling products and services. For example, it may feature a general search facility for related information or host discussions about the subject. In such cases, e-commerce would refer to the order processing component of the site. See e-commerce.
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The integration of F5's BIG-IP version 4 with Siebel eBusiness Applications allows enterprises to achieve greater reliability and scalability and increased performance of their network and Siebel 7 applications.
Only in the electronic transmission of forecasts do we see projected increases that substantiate the current eBusiness hype.
Under terms of the agreement, CA will acquire an equity interest in I- Storm, provide enterprise software as well as software development and systems integration services, and assemble a joint business development team focused on deploying robust, eBusiness solutions in the business-to- consumer and business-to-business spaces.
Revenue Science's suite of Switched-On Revenue(TM) services are on-demand, outsourced, data-driven services designed to maximize eBusiness revenue by predicting customer behavior, scoring customer potential, and triggering customer responses.
As eBusiness becomes mainstream to the revenue profile of global organizations, Revenue Science, with its unique, data-driven, on-demand services, is in a unique position to capture a large share of the emerging eBusiness revenue services market," said Gossman.
The integration of Verastream with Siebel eBusiness Applications allows users to maximize their customer relationship management (CRM) investment by integrating information from mission-critical systems and other customer touchpoints to create a complete view of the customer.
As part of that selection, Siebel Systems has chosen Quest's Foglight(R) solution to monitor the performance and availability of Siebel Systems' internal eBusiness application implementation.
With this validation, customers of Siebel Systems and Quest Software can now view all Siebel 7 servers, processes, server components and event log messages through a single user interface while constantly monitoring the health of Siebel eBusiness Applications.
Shadow Direct provides access to data in Siebel eBusiness Applications from a single enterprise information architecture with universal client support.
Seminars at the conference will include sessions on technological solutions such as point- of-care data capture; eBusiness solutions for multi-provider/multi-specialty clinics; and utilizing the advantages of managed network services.
The need for custom Siebel eAI scripting to integrate enterprise resources is minimized, and business workflow can now be managed within the Siebel eBusiness Applications environment.