Commerce training courses and schoolsTotal 211 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United States.
BC, MC programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
LIM CollegeTraining Center/Campus:
New York City, New York, United StatesPhone No.:
E-CommerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Recognizing the crucial role of technology in transforming business practices, this course is an introduction to the process of electronically buying and selling goods, services, and information. Taught in a computer-equipped classroom, students gain first-hand experience as e-consumers on the internet as they evaluate e-commerce, including how it is being conducted and managed and its major opportunities, limitations, issues, and risks.
Pace UniversityTraining Center/Campus:
New York City, New York, United StatesPhone No.:
Internet Technology for e-Commerce (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Internet revolution has transformed the way we live and work. As a result, it has created a demand for individuals with the skills and knowledge to build the infrastructure to make Web sites more than mere sources of information. In light of this need, Pace&,#146,s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems has designed a five-course, interdisciplinary, advanced certificate program in Internet Technology for e-Commerce. The program is offered online in its entirety. Students completing this will learn Internet programming, network design, and server setup, configuration, and security.
E-Commerce, The Internet & International TradeCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Computers and the Internet have had their effect upon international trade. Goods and services are promoted, offered, sold and paid for on the Internet. This course offers students the opportunity to explore the world of trading products using the Internet. There will be discussions and presentations on the range of information available on the Internet for international business, using the Web to do international market research, finding sales leads and making and receiving payments. The essentials of setting up an internationally focused web site and finding legal and trade resources worldwide are also included.
ABCO TechnologyTraining Center/Campus:
Los Angeles, California, United StatesPhone No.:
(310) 216 -3067
E-Commerce And Web MarketingCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
E-Commerce Strategies and Practices course teaches you how to conduct business online and manage the technical issues associated with constructing an e-commerce Web site. You will learn about the similarities and differences between traditional and electronic commerce, and will explore e-commerce technologies at various levels of sophistication.
Foundations skills are notproduct or system specific. They are a combination of minimal technical andnon-technical skills and knowledge required for those interested in developingspecific Internet skills as a designer, developer or administrator. The examalso requires a basic understanding of essential business practices that relatedirectly to Internet technologies.
Before taking this course, students should have completed the CIW Foundations series of courses, or be able to demonstrate equivalent knowledge of fundamental Internet and site desi... [Read More]
E-CommerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Students will learn to identify and understand fundamental terms and concepts related to eCommerce, recognize the evolution of eCommerce, and have an understanding of aspects pertinent to selling and marketing on the Internet. Students will research current eCommerce trends and topics such as b2b and b2c. Successful eCommerce case studies will be analyzed in the class.
Information Systems and E-CommerceCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
The Information Systems and E-Commerce addresses emerging technologies and their impacts on business management within the music entertainment industry. In this course, students explore the proliferation of new technologies and how they are utilized to achieve business goals. Students also learn how to leverage new technologies to reach customers, manage customer relationships, increase revenue and profitability, and optimize their business practices. They learn how to evaluate competing technologies to achieve business goals, and they explore resources that will help them stay current with emerging technologies that can change the industry.
e-CommerceCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
This course is designed to provide an overview and introduction to the field of electronic commerce. It will cover the electronic marketing value chain including finding and attracting customers, interacting with them and responding to customer needs and demands. Topics will include internet and web technologies, system design, cryptography and security, payment systems and transaction processing. It will focus on business requirements for electronic commerce and raise fundamental design issues in the context of the new economy for both business to business and retail applications as well as for the information industry. The importance of ethical behavior is incorporated throughout. The course will be a hands on learning experience using microcomputers throughout.
E-Commerce/Database MarketingCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Course teaches students to use database marketing to increase efficiency. Students learn to create profitable one-to-one customer relationships that gain information necessary to understanding customer behavior. Course demonstrates the means to improving overall profits by using databases to link planning, forecasting, budgeting, list and media selection, product development, fulfillment, and customer services. Students apply these techniques to real-life marketing problems.
IIT School of Applied TechnologyTraining Centers/Campuses:
Bedford Park, Chicago, Wheaton, Illinois, United StatesPhone No.:
708.563.1576, 312.567.5290, 630.682.6000
E-commerce Site Development with .NetCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
Strategies for management of electronic commerce allow students to learn to re-engineering established business processes to increase enterprise competitive advantage, provide better customer service, reduce operating costs, and achieve a better return on investment. Students will learn to evaluate, use, and deploy state-of-the-art tools and techniques needed to develop a reliable e-commerce offering on the Web. The course will cover state-of-the-art programming and development tools. This class will provide students with hands-on exposure needed to design and build a fully functional e-commerce Web site.
Tiers and data binding
Data providers and abstraction
Microsoft enterprise library
Object data source, SQL data source, LINQ data source
Authentication providers and security
Role provider, OverRiding providers (provider pattern, strategy pattern)
DePaul UniversityTraining Center/Campus:
Chicago, Illinois, United StatesPhone No.:
E-COMMERCE WEB SITE ENGINEERINGCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
An introduction to Web site engineering methods and processes to support e-commerce development. Web site engineering life cycle and user-centered design, including site goals, business models, value propositions, user analysis, information architecture, interface and navigation design, usability guidelines, database, testing, hosting strategies, usage metrics, and collaborative development. Technologies for e-commerce, shopping cart, digital payments, promotion strategies, and security issues. Students will build fully functional Web sites using database and client- and server-side technologies.
P2P e-commerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Peer-to-Peer (P2P) e-commerce is a paradigm for programming distributed e-commerce systems characterized by an increasing decentralization and autonomy of components. This course reviews the technical and business issues regarding P2P e-commerce. Topics include: P2P architecture and interoperability, P2P systems in use today, P2P content management issues, P2P collaboration applications: chat, white boards, file sharing, games, and synchronization, and P2P security and monitory. Also addressed are: P2P application and business models for business to business and to consumer e-commerce, supply chain and collaborative planning, forecasting and replenishment, intellectual property concerns, management issues, and programming P2P applications.
MOBILE COMMERCE TECHNOLOGYCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course examines leading wireless and mobile technologies for consumer and enterprise mobile commerce. This course discusses how mobile technologies have changed the business community with an emphasis on major mobile platforms. Major topics include analysis and design of business applications in a mobile environment, and wireless user interface design. Students will develop mobile applications using a prominent mobile technology.
E-Commerce Technology (Master Degree)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
Designed for students who want to develop skills in web-based business solutions, the MS in E-Commerce Technology degree provides students with basic training inâ€?programming, database technologies, and software engineering. In advanced classes, students work in teams to prepare enterprise solutions for real clients. A wide range of electives provides students with flexible and in-depth training in web development and e-business systems implementation.
Marketing Channels and E-CommerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Develop an integrated distribution system, relationship to firm&,#146,s marketing structure (logistics), evaluation of decisions on sources, plant and warehouse location, domestic and int&,#146,l outlets. Analysis by marketing channels &, e-commerce role in distribution.
Entrepreneurial e-CommerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
The role of electronic commerce in entrepreneurship, competitive practices, marketing strategies, financing options, creating an e-commerce business plan.
e-CommerceCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Explore electronic tools utilized in marketing, focus on marketing communications in developing customer relationships.
Digital Marketing and e-CommerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
provides a research-based and framework-driven approach to understanding digital marketing and electronic commerce. The course is organized into four sections and utilizes relevant theory, empirical analysis, and practical examples to develop the key learning points. Guest speakers from the entrepreneur and investor communities will also participate, as appropriate. Part I will establish the behavioral foundations for understanding electronic commerce and present relevant theory from economics, marketing, and related fields. Part II examines ecommerce business models and institutions including Internet retail, subscription commerce, SaaS, and so on. Part III focuses on how digital marketing fosters ecommerce business growth. In particular, we survey, critique, and evaluate common digital marketing methods. Part IV focuses on new and emerging trends in the ecommerce and digital marketing landscape, including those occurring outside the United States.
Temple UniversityTraining Center/Campus:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United StatesPhone No.:
e-CommerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The principal focus of this course is on understanding the marketing implications of E-commerce and examines E-commerce from a business managerâ€™s point of view. Students learn about how Internet marketing is different from traditional marketing, as well as how these differences translate in development and implementation of traditional concepts like marketing mix, gaining customer loyalty, and making profits. Emerging issues, such as E-business models, Internet advertising and pricing, and current state of affairs with respect to B2B auctions and Internet law, are integrated into class discussions and activities.
Design and Development of E-Commerce SystemsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The objective of this course is to teach the technical aspects of developing a commercial website, including the business-to-consumer and the business-to-business models. This process combines a number of integrated technologies: 1) Web page and style sheet design, 2) dynamic web pages that access data from relational and XML databases, 3) server-side transaction processing, 4) client/server and distributed processing, 5) principles of internet security, scalability, and database reliability, and 6) .NET programming. Students develop a site as a course project using two methodologies. One is custom coding using .NET, the other is to use Microsoftâ€™s web site development system Commerce Server 2000. The first approach builds on the system started in the prerequisite course CIS 9618. The second approach uses a software tool that manages the entire process. Other tools to be used are Dreamweaver or FrontPage for web design, VS for .NET program development, and the Microsoft Enter... [Read More]
E-CommerceCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
LESSON 1 Defining the Project
So you want to build an e-commerce siteâ€”what&,#146,s your plan? In e-commerce development, planning can spell the difference between a total success and a train wreck. Lesson One explores the essentials that every e-commerce developer needs to consider at the get-go. Topics discussed include business planning, site audience research, technology and hosting options, budgeting, and staffing up for team-based development. In the first exercise you&,#146,ll create a statement of intent and plan for a sample site or any site that you&,#146,re planning to build.
LESSON 2 Organizing Content
E-commerce sites are built from certain fundamental components that every project must consider and address. Lesson Two explores the business and content decisions you need to make throughout your site. The home page is of course key to defining your business, welcoming your visitors, and driving them smoothly toward a purch... [Read More]
Ottawa UniversityTraining Centers/Campuses:
Brookfield, Chandler, Jeffersonville, Kansas City, Louisville, Milwaukee, Ottawa, Phoenix, , United StatesPhone No.:
E-Commerce and Internet MarketingCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Course examines the explosive phenomena of the Internet and E-Commerce on the economy and industry, both domestic and international. It provides insight into managerial challenges created by this evolution in products and services.
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