"Developing E-Business Systems & Architectures" is not another book on how the Internet is changing business or about the potential of e-commerce. The authors assume that their readers already understand these things. Rather, it is written for executives and managers of medium to large companies who are considering or are already engaged in transforming their companies into e-businesses, and especially for IT managers with responsibilities for designing and developing new corporate software systems. This book provides managers with a road map to help them develop a strategic plan for their own transition. It also focuses on e-business architectures and software development practices that will need to change, and how the company itself must change to accommodate software development with components. Since all transformation depends upon people, there is also an emphasis on the reorganization of IT teams to support component-based development. It: includes many case studies that the authors, all of whom have written best-selling books on e-business, have gathered from years of experience in implementing these systems; focuses on the changes companies must make in their IT groups to support the development of e-business initiatives; and, fully describes the enterprise component architecture framework for implementing e-business applications with an enterprise class infrastructure.
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Number of pages: 280
Weight: 502 g
Dimensions: 235 x 187 x 16 mm
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