NEW TECHNOLOGIES SHAPING THE E-COMMERCE ENVIRONMENT
Eduard Stoica () and
Ioan Victor Brote
Revista Economica, 2012, vol. Supplement, issue 3, 379-385
The rapid growth of new technologies brings forth advances in speeds and the capabilities of both wireless devices and networks, determines continuous increase in customer expectations and forces e-Commerce companies to acknowledge customers as their most important asset. User-customization is increasingly common in electronic commerce while future speculation of mobile commerce benefits could generate more revenue to a wide range of industries.
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