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In more concrete terms, business intelligence will evolve away from a model in which functionality is dumped on every desktop whether the user needs it or not, and where widely used data is needlessly duplicated across several personal hard drives when it could be shared and updated centrally. Users will gain access to server-based business intelligence services according to their needs. And crucial data in the environment — from full-fledged reports to simple executive buttons — will be stored and shared out centrally.
The planner can view the report and make the necessary adjustments. Self-service application requirements included: • ability for suppliers to update product pricing electronically, thereby ensuring price consistency between manufacturer and supplier • provide online access with drill-down capabilities for suppliers to view the following information: –payment details –registered invoices –receipt of goods details –product quality information TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS The technical solution had to address the following: • transport EDI messages to suppliers of various levels of computerization • provide complete solution for suppliers that have no scheduling application • support small and large supplier organization seamlessly • provide batch message processing and online access to data • provide security for enterprise systems as well as data transmission • utilize industry standards and off-the-shelf products 43 APPLICATIONS FOR WEB-TO-HOST INTEGRATION The technical requirements can be divided into three categories: • general requirements: –low cost –low maintenance –high level of security –industry standards • batch message management • online access to enterprise information In reviewing the three main categories of technical requirements, it is apparent that one needs a product to support message management (EDI and non-EDI) and same or other product to provide online access.
Laws governing the creation and use of digital signatures are emerging as business and government recognize they are essential to the growing reliance on electronic commerce. 4. 400 standard was created to facilitate the exchange of e-mail messages between different systems. It has become the global e-mail standard. 435, was created as a standard for distinguishing EDI transaction sets within an ordinary e-mail message. 5. SMTP, which provides a common specification for the exchange of e-mail messages between systems and networks, is the method most users unknowingly rely on when transmitting mail over the Internet.