By Ada Scupola
After the 1st wave of e-commerce and e-business implementations, we're witnessing an e-services paradigm shift within the means companies, governments and shoppers are utilizing Internet-based applied sciences and cellular communications to innovate and convey new services. circumstances on handling E-Services provides a variety of real-life case experiences in e-services in fields comparable to e-libraries, e-medicine, and e-insurance. supplying concrete examples of successes and pitfalls of e-services administration, this exceptional scholarly contribution additionally deals a much-needed definition and typology of e-services and their major features via theoretical papers and case experiences.
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