M.E. Computer Science & Engineering:E-Business

Thapar University
In Patiala

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  • Patiala
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Starts Location
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Patiala
Thapar University P.O Box 32, 147004, Punjab, India
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Course programme

Semester I

Advanced Data Structures
Software Design and Construction
Research Methodology
Software Engineering Concepts and Methodologies
Advanced Computer Architecture

Semester II

Parallel and Distributed Computing
Advanced Database Systems
Soft Computing Neural Networks
Embedded Systems

Semester III

Seminar
Thesis (Starts)

Semester IV

Thesis (Continued)

E-Business

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.


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