Features - SPECIAL FOCUS: IMPLEMENTING E-BUSINESS STRATEGIES - E-commerce: Evaluating the external business environment - Factors outside your organization -- The nature of products, purchasing culture, technology infrastructures, regulation and financing -- Must be considered in building an effective e-commerce strategy.
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