Course Name: 

E-Business (MBA8G7)




Elective Courses

Credits (L-T-P): 

(3-0-0) 3


Introduction to e-commerce – business models in e-commerce – environment – economic and social impact of e-business. Structure and organization of e-business – internet architecture – web technology – structure, sub systems, communications. Salient features of web programming – multimedia production, file conversions – principles of animation – concepts of java, applets and CGI scripts. Building interactivity – component technologies and writing interfaces. Servers, server sw, security aspects of server, tools for preparing web pages. Internet marketing – advertising – attracting traffic to the site – CRM – mobile commerce – cyber laws. marketing an e-business, search engines and directories, consumer communication, news groups & forums, exchanging links, web rings, e-business back end systems, business record maintenance, back up procedures and disaster recovery plans - e-business security/payment services - knowledge management - ERP, e-business backbone - e-business strategy into action, challenges, and e-transition


Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Distributed Operating Systems, Prentice Hall of India.
Bharat Bhasker, Electronic Commerce -Framework, technologies and Applications - TMH Publications
Napier, Judd, Rivers, Creating a winning E-Business, Wagner-Course Technology- Thomson Learning, 2001


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