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Lesson 14

Architectural Drivers Conclusion

You have finished Module 4 of e-Business Concepts.
In this module titled Evolution of e-Business architectural drivers, we covered:
  1. Consumerism: Consumerism is a social and economic order and ideology that encourages the acquisition of goods and services in ever-increasing amounts.
  2. Technology shifts enable consumerism
  3. Historical market flow: The distribution channel, where a distribution channel is a chain of businesses or intermediaries through which a good or service passes until it reaches the final buyer or the end consumer.
  4. Roles/stages of e-Business evolution
  5. Static stage:
  6. Interact stage
  7. Transact stage
  8. Enact stage
  9. Relationship management stage
  10. Context management stage
  11. Competitive landscape for e-Business

Consumer Expectation - Quiz
To verify your understanding of concepts covered in this module, we recommend that you take the end of module self-check quiz. Not only will this help verify your own understanding, but it will provide you with valuable practice prior to taking the end of course test.

Next Module

This module covered the drivers that guide an engagement and e-Business. In the next module we will explore how companies are using the Internet and its technologies to deliver e-Business.