Modeling An Electronic Portal Application
At this stage of human society, companies must adapt to the latest information technologies in order to improve customer satisfaction and reduce costs. So I felt that by addressing electronic commerce portals I will be able to make effective demonstration of the new ways of relating to the client. In this paper we proposed first to review the portal concept with specific characteristics, types of portals, and then to put emphasis on the type of e-commerce portal. To achieve the portal we have chosen object oriented methodology, and we stopped the paper at modeling. The application that we intend to model is centered on orderes and customeres management and information about the products. The information collected is transmitted to the transport companies and after billing, to financial management applications that deal with accounting of transactions and payments.
Volume (Year): 3 (2011)
Issue (Month): 39 ()
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