Business in the Digital Age
The Business in the Digital Age course introduces students to the effects the Internet and other modern technological innovations have had on the global business landscape, specifically the components of e-business: business to business commerce, business to consumer commerce, and internal business processes. It focuses on how technology has altered the way businesses operate, with respect to communications, distribution, sales and marketing, procurement, and the management of information. In addition, students examine how organizations use the Internet and software systems to remain productive and competitive in their existing marketplaces, thereby driving technological innovation.
Business Essentials and Internet Fundamentals.
METHOD OF DELIVERY
Integrated Learning™ System training facilitated by Academy of Learning Career College facilitators.
Course manual provided for on-going reference. There is a final exam upon completion of the course. Participants who receive 75% or higher on their exam will receive a certificate.
The Emergence of the Digital Age; What is E-Business?
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI); EDI and the Internet; Extensible Markup Language (XML) and E-Business
Introduction to Business to Consumer Commerce; The Dot Com Era and Beyond; Business Strategies and Models for B2C Commerce
Internal Communications Tools and Systems; Document Management Systems; Knowledge Management
Enterprise Resource Planning Overview; Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS); Workforce Training and Development Tools
Technology and Customer Relationships; The Marketing Information System Component; The Sales Force Management Component; The Customer Service Component
Conducting and Analyzing Market Research; Multi-Channel Marketing
Overview of Wireless Technologies; Wireless Technologies; Security and Privacy Issues; Trends and Innovations; Bridging Gaps: Technology and Developing Nations