M.E. Computer Science & Engineering:E-BusinessThapar University
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Advanced Data Structures
Software Design and Construction
Software Engineering Concepts and Methodologies
Advanced Computer Architecture
Parallel and Distributed Computing
Advanced Database Systems
Soft Computing Neural Networks
Overview of e-Business: Linking today�s Business with tomorrow�s technology, e-Business means structural transformation, business design for e-Business, challenge traditional definitions of value, value in terms of customer experience, e-Business communities, major business trends.
Constructing e-Business Design: Self-diagnosis as a first step of e-Business design, Reversing the value chain as a second step of e-Business design, Choosing a narrow focus as a third step of e-Business design � service excellence, operational excellence, continuous innovation excellence; Case studies.
Constructing e-Business Architecture: Issues of application integration, Cross-functional integrated applications, Integrating applications clusters into an e-Business architecture, Aligning the e-Business design with application integration.
Customer Relation Management (CRM): Why CRM?, Defining CRM, New CRM architecture, Supporting requirements of the next-generation CRM infrastructure, Challenges in CRM implementation, Next-generation CRM trends, Manager�s roadmap for building a CRM infrastructure.
Selling-Chain Management: Deriving forces for Selling-Chain management, Managing the order acquisition process, Case study of CISCO�s Selling-Chain management, Elements of Selling-Chain infrastructure.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP): What is ERP?, Why ERP?, Enterprise architecture planning, ERP usage in the real World, ERP implementation, Future of ERP applications.
Supply Chain Management (SCM): Defining SCM, Basics of Internet-Enabled SCM, e-Supply chain fusion, Manager�s roadmap for SCM.