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Encyclopedia of E-Business Development and Management in the Global Economy
Piece of software provisioned as an electronic service on a computer network to be used by different customers.
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Web Services E-Contract and Reuse
Marcelo Fantinato (University of São Paulo, Brazil), Maria Beatriz Felgar de Toledo (State University of Campinas, Brazil), and Itana Maria de Souza Gimenes (State University of Maringá, Brazil)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-611-7.ch088
The Internet and the Service-oriented Computing (SOC) paradigm (Papazoglou, Traverso & Dustdar, 2008) made the electronic interchange of services possible. Consequently, the scope of Business Process Management (BPM) (Khalaf, Keller & Leymann, 2006) has broadened from intra-organizational service interchange to interorganizational cooperation. In this new scenario, organizations are concentrating efforts on their main business and subcontracting electronic services (e-services) from partners. Business processes that cross organizational borders are more complex, thus a simple definition of the process is no longer enough to ensure trust. An electronic contract (e-contract) is necessary to define the rights and obligations of each involved party and monitoring of business process execution becomes mandatory.
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Development of an E-Service Quality Model (eSQM) to Assess the Quality of E-Service
The provision of interactional, content-centered, and electronic-based service over electronic networks.
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Avoiding Pitfalls in Policy-Based Privacy Management
An e-service or electronic service is a service that can be accessed by users of the service through a network such as the Internet. Two examples of e-services are 1) an online broker such as that allows users to obtain stock quotations and trade stocks, and 2) an online book seller such as Web services comprise an important class of e-services that is characterized by the use of XML and SOAP in a Service Oriented Architecture.
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E-Government: Status Quo and Future Trends
Within e-government research, the term e-service refers to those applications being provided electronically by a particular public authority both for administrative purposes as well as for democratic participation.
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Egyptian Local Government Website Portals: Examining Maturity Levels and Human Development Indicators
Websites that includes features that assist residents to seek information about a council service or to get services that you don’t have to pay for.
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