Tutorials, Seminars and Workshops
E-Commerce and Technology
for Non-Technical Professionals
Internet Technologist and E-Business
course will review key technologies being developed that facilitate complete networked
business processes, and is designed for the business professional and manager
who needs to advise, choose, and or implement Internet technology into business
process flow. Key technologies described include wireless networks and thin clients,
middleware and web application development, telephony and messaging, and document
centric processes bridging databases using XML. We will also discuss CORBA, Java
Enterprise Beans, legacy integration using middleware, and optimizing ECM using
business rules, logic, and applications. The primary focus of this course is on
the business benefit of technology, case studies and vendor profiles will cover
business models, payment and transaction systems, and integrating business process
into the supply chain and extended enterprise. Concluding will be a review of
the n-tier and 12 layer Business model.
COVERS THE FOLLOWING,
- What are the key technologies
driving networked Business process?
- What technologies will be required
to participate in the new networked economy?
- How do businesses manage
technology development and process integration?
- What is the distributed
Internet computing model and n-tier architecture?
- What role will wireless
networks and thin clients play in e-commerce transactions?
- Which global
and vertical markets will drive mobile data and wireless transactions?
the role of XML in Web based EDI and supply chain technologies.
- An introduction
to CORBA, Java Enterprise Beans, and Web application development focusing on case
studies and best practices of Fortune 500 firms.
- An introduction to key
vendors and integrators for integrating e-commerce technology.
the co-evolution of technology and business in the new net economy.
- Give you a strong foundation of the role of e-commerce technologies
driving the new networked eBusiness economy, key vendors, and development strategies.
- Business Owners
- Sales & Marketing Management
- Customer Support Management
- Internet Consultants
Robert Cormia is an Internet technologist and e-business consultant.
Working at SuperBusiness NET in 1995, Bob developed strategic positioning, product
definition, and account management. Bob developed the e-commerce curriculum at
Foothill College in 1997 while working as a market analyst for G2R, specializing
in IT strategy development for Fortune 5000 enterprises. Bob joined eCongo.com
in Fall 1998, developing corporate strategy, product development, and advertising
initiatives. In March 2000, Bob joined Calkey.com as an advisor in training and
education development in using UML (Unified Modeling Language). In Fall 2001,
Bob joins Foothill College as a full-time instructor in the Computer Technology
Information Systems division, where he will teach e-commerce, Web strategy, Internet
projects, and XML.
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