with expertise in B2B Internet applications and global political economy
issues are available for lectures, forum participation, and executive
Inquire thru email email@example.com
The IBA has chosen to evolve away from an organization addressing Internet Business for a membership of small and medium businesses. We will become an organization focused on the key technology adoption issues affecting Internet Business for businesses and reviewing the Public policy that attempts to resolve some of the thornier issues.
That is our course, join the "ride" with IBA as one of your bookmarks, soon we'll have an email newsletter
you can subscribe to and stay informed in that media too.
Look for some changes in our
vision and mission statements, an event calendar, and the aforementioned
newsletter. I look forward to doing what can be done as President of the
Internet Business Alliance in the future.
Guy R Cook, President
WAVE OF eCOMMERCE
THIRD WAVE OF eCOMMERCE
has been explored by IBA Ex-president Robert E. Smith and IBA member Omar
Liripio, of UBIQX, a Seattle based e-commerce application and solution
The Third Wave of eCommerce is that
of ubiquitous exchanges which include document authentication,
and information flows with transactions. These may be accomplished with
fifty percent less integration and implementation cost. With Zope, Python
and XML; application development time is generally cut by 300%.
Questions on Third Wave of eCommerce may be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
At a recent IBA meeting M. Graeber Jordan showed
executives from small and large companies how to unleash the "spirit
of the web" as a force for organizational transformation.
During the 1990s, Mr. Jordan led The Boeing Company's Web strategy. Today
Boeing's Web strategy is widely recognized in corporate and technology
sectors as a how-to-model for industrial mega corporations aspiring to
become Internet Age enterprise.
Human Factors at IBA
IBA Member Dr. Jerrold Protherow will present through the
Web "Forum" section of this IBA site the major aspects of his research and applications on the human factor in Web
presentation. He was featured in a panel discussion on "Customer Care" sponsored by the IBA
with the NW EC/EDI Roundtable in Seattle in June with Joy Lovell of IBM and Mike Rodriguez and Willie Pugh of
the US Postal Service. After earning his PhD from the University of
Washington Human Interface Technology (HIT) Laboratory , Dr. Protherow founded
the Seattle company, Hypercerulean, Inc., where he serves as president and CEO.
IBA Net Bytes
NET REACHES OVER HALF OF
The Internet was used by more than half of the U.S. adult population last year as 16 million new users ventured online, according to a study released Feb 18 by Pew Internet & American Life Project. The study also found continued gains among women, minorities and adults in households earning $30,000 to $50,000.
SEATTLE, SAN JOSE TOP
LIST OF US CYBERCITIES
San Jose, California and Seattle, Washington are the top high-tech
cities in the U.S., according to a report released Tuesday by the American
Electronic Association (AeA) and The Nasdaq Stock Market. Emphasizing job growth
and wages in the high-tech industry, the 135-page report offers city-by-city
data on 60 U.S. metropolitan areas. It also provides information on technology
establishments and infrastructure, as well as on such basic quality of life
issues as educational opportunities, housing and commuting. Amazon.com's home
town of Seattle earned the number one spot with respect to high-tech salaries,
with an average 1998 wage of US$129,300.
IBA PRESIDENT ROBERT
SMITH: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMISTS LAG
Economists from the World Bank, Harvard, and the London School of Economics may
disagree on the issues of e-money and its effect on traditional banking, but one
thing they all have in common is their tardiness in addressing the challenges
of digital financial transactions. (See The Economist, 7/22/00) Customary
custodial procedures and base money so dear to central banks, such as currency,
deposits, accounting, credit, mutual funds will surely take on new forms as
e-money and smart cards spread. IBA President Robert Smith addressed these
issues in 1995 at the first international Internet Law Symposium in Seattle and
following years for various IBA events. No doubt about it: IBA is a good
Internet business resource with forward thinkers.
ECONOMY CHIEF PROVIDES LESSONS FOR NEW ECONOMY MODELS
Corp. chairman Stephen R. Hardis with winning experience in his industrial
manufacturing company offered
some realistic lessons for hotshots of New Economy startups (as reported in the
6/22/00 Wall Street Journal): 1) Old and New need technology for
survival and money; 2) Great ideas fuel all kinds of companies and profits
matter; 3) Survivors in the New Economy will do traditional things well; 4)
Presently the stock market will not give the Old its true sense of worth; 5)
Old-line firms need to attract top talent when the weather is favorable.