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Those scenarios can be thought of as lying on a continuum, with more B2C oriented at the top of the list and becoming more B2E oriented as you move from the top to the bottom.
The major market intelligence company specializing in global connectivity and emerging technology said that such numbers include B2E apps as line-of-business apps and B2C, branded company apps.
benefitsPLUS on-line and mobile ecommerce platforms are white labeled in the enterprise segment (B2E).
(Chaffey 2002, 5-8) E-business happens in basically three strategic contexts: between business and employee (B2E), business and another business (B2B) or business and consumer (B2C) (Pather et al.
For businesses, the FASTWEB technology offers voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephone services and broadband Internet access, new generation video communication and conferencing applications, virtual private networks (VPN), business-to-employee (B2E) services, audio and video streaming, tele-surveillance, web housing, web hosting and bandwidth-on-demand.
This affects all three of the core e-Management network domains: business-to-business (B2B), business-to-customer (B2C), and business-to-employee (B2E).
While the main B2C (Business to Consumer) vertices for mobile services are still in downloading ring tones, text messaging and phone-blogging, the greatest business response has been the B2E (Business to Employee) arena.
Her areas of expertise include business process reengineering, collaborative and B2E solutions, as well as messaging and LAN/WAN technologies.
PeopleSoft's portal strategy centers around the concept of an employee-facing portal called B2E. This strategy focuses more on assembling pieces of applications and processes together in a unified, and more productive employee "Webtop" than on an application server development platform.
According to Barry O'Connell, HP's general manager of business-to-employee (B2E) solutions, this is because every phase of the project was focused on one overall goal, and was tied to demonstrable benefits at each stage.
Robin Lissak and George Bailey are not just theorising, they have spent considerable time with the CEO's of these corporations, and not only that, helped implement 'B2E' - the concept of Business to Everything.
UNA VEZ QUE QUEDO COMPROBADO QUE EL COMERCIO ELECTRONICO A CONSUMIDORES (B2C) NO ES UNA MINA DE ORO (VER CAIDA DE EMPRESAS PUNTOCOM), AHORA LOS PROVEEDORES DE SOLUCIONES MIRAN HACIA OTRA ALTERNATIVA QUE DE IGUAL FORMA ATANE AL CONSUMIDOR FINAL Y AL COMERCIO DIGITAL ENTRE COMPANIAS (B2B) Y EMPLEADOS (B2E).
For example, one analysis of about 300 companies using mobile-business solutions showed that about 69 percent used them for business-to-employees (B2E) applications and 19 percent used them for business-to-business (B2B) applications.
They're doing so through the deployment of a strategy that is becoming known as "B2E," the automation of the entire business-to-employee (B2E) relationship via the Internet, in ways that enhance employee productivity and workforce return on investment.
With the increasing importance of business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-employee (B2E) portals, organizations should re-examine their Web access-management solutions to ensure they are appropriate for the task.