Business and Market Models of Brokerage in Network-Based Commerce

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  2. Dr Margaret Strens
  3. Professor Michael Martin
  4. Emeritus Professor John Dobson
Author(s)Strens MR, Martin MJ, Dobson JE, Plagemann S
Editor(s)Trigila, S., Mullery, A.P., Campolargo, M., Vanderstraeten, H., Mampaey, M.
Publication type Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Conference Name5th International Conference on Intelligence in Services and Networks: Technology for Ubiquitous Telecom Services (IS&N)
Conference LocationAntwerp, Belgium
Year of Conference1998
Legacy Date25-28 May 1998
Volume1430
Pages315-326
Series TitleLecture Notes in Computer Science
ISBN9783540645986
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Enterprise models, based on the responsibilities and relationships underlying market activities, are used to provide a framework for representing and analysing the activity of brokerage in network-based commerce. Examples of models are presented that represent new configurations of systems, services and processes. Three distinct phases of brokerage are recognised: rendezvous, transaction and post-sales. The security requirements for transactions in broking are so much greater than those for information provision over the Internet that separate business cases can be made for each.
PublisherSpringer-Verlag
URLhttp://www.springerlink.com/content/u9lu8w9965xfcmnb/abstract/
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