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EFFECTIVENESS OF BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT IN B2B MODEL

Monika £obaziewicz ()
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Monika £obaziewicz: TThe John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin

Polish Journal of Management Studies, 2013, vol. 8, issue 1, 179-181

Abstract: A dynamic progress in development of ICT technologies based on B2B, as well as their application in order to improve business processes carried out between enterprises and their business partners, have gained much importance during recent years. It was influenced by such factors as developing and tightening national and international cooperation, high competitiveness, time pressure and striving for improvement of customer and business partners service quality. While the reference books provide many titles referring to the effectiveness of processes, it turns out that there is not enough research on the volume of this effectiveness on the economic, operational and organizational level, measured after having applied B2B system. Taking into consideration the above reasons, the paper provides an analysis and an assessment of the level of enterprise’s business processes effectiveness, resulting from application of integration platform based on B2B model and created using selected ICT technology of Electronic Data Interchange type.

Keywords: B2B; business process management; ICT; Electronic Data Interchange (EDI); Web Technologies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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