eCenter joined eMarketServices as National Contact Point for Slovenia.
Field of work
- business-to-business eMarketplaces
- government-to-business eMarketplaces
- eMarketplaces for SME’s
- supply chain eMarketplaces
- other eMarketplace models
- organization’s entering to eMarketplaces (selection of the most suitable e-marketplace for organization)
- eNegotiations and eAuctions
- new business models and eCommerce
- business-to-business eCommerce
- government-to-business eCommerce
- government-to-government eCommerce
- Internet business models
- Internet intermediaries
- Use of Oracle Exchange eMarketplace for Trading Processes: Case of Pharmaceutical Company In Slovenia
- Use of eMarketplace for Procurement
- Use of eMarketplace for Public Procurement
Academic eMarketplace Initiative
The aim of the Academic eMarketplace Initiative is the integration of research and practice for teaching of eBusiness. European Academic Marketplace Initiative is an innovative approach to create a technology-based environment, where students will be able to use recent information technologies to react to the continuously changing demands of business environment.
eMarkets LivingLab is collaborating with Univesity College Dublin, Ireland; Technical Univesity Kosice, Slovakia and in University of Utrecht, The Netherlands in joint eCommerce class. Students are using Oracle eBusiness Suite (EBS - modul Oracle Sourcing and iSupplier Portal) for cross-border simulation of procurement and sales business processes. Negotiations and different types of buyer's auctions are also a part of simulation processes.
National Contact Point eMarketServices
eMarket Services makes it easier for companies to find and use electronic marketplaces for international business. The objective of this project by eMarketServices is to develop and maintain a European online portal, serving as a knowledge exchange on business-to-business eMarketplaces. The portal contains neutral and reliable information, which guides SMEs in selecting the most appropriate and trustworthy e-marketplaces and business partners. The EU Commission/DG Enterprise provide co-funding during 2004-2005. eMarket Services is now the official European portal for information on eMarketplaces.