A Framework to Analyze eBusiness Success or Failure

This (DRAFT) document discusses an innovation driven framework to assess eBusiness models and their chances of success or failure. Despite being dated and a little choppy, it is an excellent read!

This (DRAFT) document discusses an innovation driven framework to assess eBusiness models and their chances of success or failure. Despite being dated and a little choppy, it is an excellent read!

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