The business of e-commerce

Barbour, Tracy
August 1999
Alaska Business Monthly;Aug99, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p20
Discusses how businesses can benefit from having a presence on the Web. Transformation of their Web sites from an informational tool to a revenue generator; Estimated number of Internet users by the year 2000; Chance for companies to promote their products and services around the world; Popularity of electronic commerce; Online transaction services by financial institutions.


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