eBusiness Articles

  • Small Changes Yield Big Profits: Technology is increasingly the competitive edge businesses use to distinguish themselves from competition in order to become more profitable.  How might you apply technology to your own business practices? This article provides a few examples of how technology has helped many other small businesses, such as:
    • Saving Time
    • Reducing Error
    • Increasing Revenue
    • Decreasing Costs
       
  • eBusiness Project Management: Nothing is more perilous than shepherding a technology project to completion. Successful eBusiness Project ManagementThe fact that most technology projects do not end up delivering what they promised, are over budget or late should be motivation enough for any small business to carefully consider how the project will be managed before committing their hard-earned cash. This article describes proven techniques to help ensure the success of your project, such as:
    • Setting a budget
    • Monitoring progress
    • Customer centered scenarios
    • Dealing with scope creep
       

 

 

 


 
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eBusiness Project ManagementNothing is more perilous than shepherding a technology project to completion. The fact that most technology projects do not end up delivering what they promised, are over budget or late should be motivation enough for any small business to carefully consider how the project will be managed before committing their hard-earned cash.
Successful eBusiness Project Management

This article describes proven techniques to help ensure the success of your project, such as:
  • Setting a budget
  • Monitoring progress
  • Customer centered scenarios
  • Dealing with scope creep
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