Danielle C. Fowler

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Early research into electronic data interchange (EDI) stressed the greater speed, efficiencies and cost savings available from electronic document exchange. Despite EDI’s cooperative focus, much of this research also described the technology as a competitive weapon for user organizations. Wider experience with EDI suggests, however, that rather than looking(More)
Purpose – To explore an emerging area in internet practice that has implication for consumer marketers. Design/methodology/approach – The paper integrates concepts including a range of recently published (1993-2004) theoretical works and ongoing case developments in internet practice. Findings – Provides information and action approaches to consumer(More)
Purpose – To explore an emerging area in internet practice that has implications for new product developers. Design/methodology/approach – The paper integrates concepts including a range of recently published (1993-2004) theoretical works and ongoing case developments in internet practice. Findings – Provides information and action approaches to new product(More)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present a strategic framework to managing online loyalty. Design/methodology/approach – The paper integrates concepts including a range of recently published (1993-2006) theoretical works in consumer loyalty and ongoing case developments in internet practice. Findings – Provides information and action approaches to(More)
In this paper, we discuss some methodological issues associated with research into requirements engineering, and describe the benefits afforded to us by using action research to explore issues associated with requirements elicitation, modelling and validation. FOOM is a requirements engineering method which is designed to facilitate the development of(More)
This Thesis is concerned with Technology Transfer|in particular, with the industrialisation of formal speci cation techniques within the Information Systems domain in conjunction with: a socio-organisational philosopy an Object-Oriented modelling paradigm a potentially multi-organisational context a long-term perspective.
This paper describes the results of a study into the use of multi-function smart cards in the university environment, an area in which they have been widely deployed and quite successful. Traditionally, smart cards have tended to handle a single application, rather than being linked to a number of applications. The variety of facilities and services(More)
Despite the growth of research interest into electronic markets, there is still little information available on the ways in which an electronic market can be successfully developed. This paper reports the development of a set of success and failure factors for electronic markets, specifically those within the electronic livestock and crop marketing area.(More)