Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research

Articles from Vol. 4, No. 3, December

Editorial Notes
This issue completes the fourth volume of the Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research (JTAER). In this editorial we briefly announce two forthcoming special issues and what we expect of quality research submissions. We also set...
eManaging Ambient Organizations in 3D
AbstractAs we work in different constellations, levels, networks, and sub networks etc., we need to see networking in multiple dimensions, i.e. as ambient organizations. To summarize the problem statement the article is addressing whether or not there...
Factors Influencing Corporate Online Identity: A New Paradigm
AbstractElectronic commerce research has shown that a very wide variety of factors such as website quality and vendor reputation influence consumer behaviors and outcomes. These behaviors and outcomes include: trust, intention to transact, and return...
Preference Analysis and Default Optimization in Web-Based Product Configuration Systems
AbstractToday, more and more companies are providing web-based product configuration systems in order to better meet individual customer preferences. In many cases, pre-defined product specifications are additionally offered to facilitate the corresponding...
Read / Write Performance for Low Memory Passive HF RFID Tag-Reader System
AbstractCertain applications of passive radio frequency identification (RFID), such as those in healthcare where the patient's name, identification or medical record must be stored, require data within a tag to be encrypted. Encrypted data within an...
Securing Electronic Customer-Signatures in Legally Binding Business Processes: A Case Study from the Insurance Industry
AbstractOn the way to a completely electronic workflow, it is necessary to include customer signatures. Legislation in many countries treats electronic signatures similar to handwritten ones. Both are accepted for various purposes such as for finalization...
Supplier Relationship Management: A Case Study in the Context of Health Care
AbstractSupplier Relationship Management (SRM) plays an important role in the reduction of costs and the optimization of performance in industrial enterprises. Despite enormous investments in innovation, the health care sector has not experienced fundamental...
The Paradoxical Nature of Electronic Decision Aids on Comparison-Shopping: The Experiments and Analysis
AbstractConsumers who use electronic decision aids such as comparison-shopping agents may be overwhelmed by the amount of choice information available to them, leading to an inability to choose or dissatisfaction with the ultimate choice, a state of...