Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

E-Business

State of the Art of ICT Based Challenges and Solutions

Edited by Dragan Perakovic

University of Zagreb

In this book, authors provide latest results of scientific research projects within the area of e-business: Challenges of Information and Communication Technology Usage in E-business Systems; A Proposal for Brand Analysis with Opinion Mining; Customers Online Interaction Experiences with Fashion Brands: E-information and E-buying; Payment System's Determination by Universal Financial Industry Message Scheme According to Single Euro Payment Area; and CSFs for SMEs in Measuring E-commerce Success.

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E-BusinessState of the Art of ICT Based Challenges and SolutionsEdited by Dragan Perakovic

Published: January 18th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/62976

ISBN: 978-953-51-2884-7

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-2883-0

Copyright year: 2017

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3371 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Challenges of Information and Communication Technologies Usage in E-Business Systems

By Marko Periša, Ivan Cvitić and Peter Kolarovszki

912

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2. CSFs for SMEs in Measuring e-Commerce Success

By Mingxuan Wu, Ergun Gide, Rod Jewell and Li Zhang

656

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3. Payments Systems Determination by Universal Financial Industry Message Scheme According to Single Euro Payments Area

By Slobodan Nikola Babić

646

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4. A Proposal for Brand Analysis with Opinion Mining

By Francisco Javier Moreno Arboleda, Gustavo Andrés Angarita Velásquez and Gustavo León Preciado Jiménez

484

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5. Customers’ Online Interaction Experiences with Fashion Brands: E-Information and E-Buying

By Sandra Maria Correia Loureiro and Marlene Amorim

673

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