By Gunjan Samtani
This entire consultant unearths the major components of winning B2B integration and collaborative e-commerce, by means of highlighting company wishes, applied sciences, and improvement options. It seeks to equip businesses with useful instructions for quick imposing an efficient B2Bi technique, and to organize them for the following wave of B2B integration and collaborative e-commerce. It clarifies the difficult dependencies between all of the parts of B2Bi, together with integration styles, company software integration (EAI), enterprise method administration (BPM), net safety, XML, net prone, middleware applied sciences, and integration agents. integrated is dialogue of destiny applied sciences that might have an important influence on B2Bi architectures, resembling clever software program brokers, instant applied sciences, and peer-to-peer computing. This reference offers a framework for the layout, improvement and implementation of B2B integration, in addition to numerous case experiences.
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Basically, B2Bi strategy can be classified into two phases: the short- to mid-term plan (the next five years) and the long-term plan (the sixth year and beyond). Introduction 15 Short-term strategy In the first phase, a company should focus on how integration can reduce the operational costs, increase worker productivity, automate supply chain and improve customer relationships. The implementation of the technology will likely affect almost every aspect of a company's business, for example, customer relationship management (CRM) packages will automate the sales and support process.
B2B e-commerce will grow to more than $2 trillion by 2003, about 10% of business sales overall. According to the Gartner Group, the B2B e-commerce marketplace will exceed $7 trillion in 2004. 3 trillion; Asia will account for $900 billion; and Latin America will reach $124 billion. 1. , joint design, development and manufacture). For these issues, there is a need to agree on platforms and/or data interchange standards. For the business-to-consumer, the business only has to be able to support communications via the Internet, phone, fax and e-mail.
Does it support open standards? So, what are the key features that a company should look for before investing in any B2Bi software package? Any transaction, any time — end-to-end, partner-to-partner A B2Bi solution should be able to link a company to buyers, sellers, e-marketplaces and collaborative networks automatically in real-time. It should be able to: • Fully automate real-time exchange of data between disparate applications; • Integrate customer relationship management, procurement, supply chain management, databases and other legacy applications, regardless of existing technology at either end; • Provide easy bi-directional connectivity to collaborative networks; • Easily populate the existing enterprise information systems with the data resulting from B2B business process communications like purchase order, request for quotation and order status at both ends; • Provide easy integration for dynamic content like catalogs and inventory from the enterprise's systems into each portal's proprietary system; • Be flexible enough to extend B2Bi links to any trading partner and any B2B exchange as long as they adhere to industry standards for business process communication; • Enable sharing transaction-based business information with buy-side, sell-side and third party portals and exchanges; • Provide business objects that are a one-to-one mapping of the most common business processes; • Provide graphical flow control language for easy integration with business systems; Introduction 19 • Ensure the security, integrity and privacy of each transaction through security features such as encryption and authentication; and • Provide clustering solutions for load balancing along with robust fail over capabilities.