DLP700 e-Business Solutions

Code DLP700
Name e-Business Solutions
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice
Level and type Post-graduate Studies, Academic
Field of study Computer Science
Faculty
Academic staff Aleksejs Jurenoks
Credit points 4.0 (6.0 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation The course concerns essential principles of e-business and their implementation by modern Internet technologies. The influence of Internet solutions to e-business development and different kinds of e-businesses are discussed. Main concepts of creating of corporate business portal based on Web technology are opened up. Students are introduced to the use of RFID, wearable computing, internet services and e-solutions software for managing and controlling business processes. Applications of e-solutions are illustrated by samples from several application domains (insurance, transport, logistics etc.)..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
The main goal of the course is to strengthen competence in the field of application of Internet based solutions for enhancing efficiency of business processes. To form basic skills in creating of web based corporative business portals, application of selected Internet solutions (RFID, Wearable computing) and e-solutions software in different domains.
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Be able to formulate how Internet technology influence the efficiency of business processes development and management. Be able to present and discuss advantages of the use of e-solutions. - Successfully passed examination (written form)
Be able to formulate the basic principles of creating of web based corporative business portal. - The structures of corporate business portals based on e-solutions
Be able to develop models of business processes organisation and management using e-solutions software. - Successfully executed practical assignment
Be able to apply e-solutions in selected application domans (logistics and transport, insurance, etc.) - Executed laboratory work
Course prerequisites application of graph models (from System Theory), business process modelling and analysis (from Business Process Management)

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