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Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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BauernOpfer, Fragment, Gesichtet, Lee 1998, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Svr

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Electronic contracting may be viewed from the perspective of its openness to new contracting relationships: (i) open electronic contracting, and (ii) closed electronic contracting (Lee 1998b).

Classic EDI uses closed electronic contracting to advance contracting among parties that already have a trading relationship established. The focus of such applications is to make customer-vendor trading more efficient. The more challenging case for electronic contracting is open electronic contracting, which allows the formation of contracts among parties with no prior trading relationships. [Lee (1998b) points out that the type of electronic contracting (closed to open) is actually a continuum, allowing for intermediate cases.] A central issue for open electronic contracting is in representing and negotiating ways of doing business among parties. The difficulty with classic EDI is that it does not allow flexible adaptation and customization to meet the needs of a particular situation.


Lee, R. M. 1998b, “Towards Open Electronic Contracting”, Electronic Markets, vol. 8, No. 3, p. 3 - 8.

Electronic contracting may be viewed from the perspective of its ‚openness‘ to new contracting relationships. Closed electronic contracting is the use EDI (etc) to expedite contracting among parties that already have a trading relationship established. The focus of such applications is to make customer-vendor trading more efficient. The more challenging case is open electronic contracting, which allows the formation of contracts among parties with no prior trading relationships, so called ‚arm‘s length transactions.

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A central issue for open electronic contracting is in representing and negotiating the ways of doing business among the parties.

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However, a difficulty of this approach is that these scenarios are fixed in their structure, and do not allow flexible adaptation and customization to meet the needs of a particular situation.

Anmerkungen

Source is given twice. Most of the text is copied literally. Quotation marks would have been apropriate as the longest portion of text copied literally is 25 words long.

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[2.] Svr/Fragment 013 15 - Diskussion
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Another way to negotiate is via Email. Electronic negotiation through Email can be an information rich medium through which people can negotiate not just only price but also other aspects such as subscription terms. Electronic negotiation can be further automated with Intelligent Negotiation Support Systems, which understand Email messages and negotiate with the customer using case based reasoning. The main problem of email negotiation is the integrity of a contract due to the lack of trust between two relevant parties, and the lack of structure of the negotiation process (Lee 1998a). [page 20]

Electronic negotiation through e-mail proves that e-mail can be an information rich medium through which people can negotiate not just price but other complex items such as subscription terms. Electronic negotiation can be automated by implementing the Intelligent NSS which understands e-mail messages and negotiate with the customer using case-based reasoning.

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The core of the problem is the lack of trust between two relevant parties.

Anmerkungen

Source is given. Quotation marks would have been approriate as the longest portion of text copied literally is 13 words long.

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BauernOpfer, Fragment, Gesichtet, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Svr, Weitzel et al 1999

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For more than 25 years, companies have been using EDI to transmit structured business documents like orders or invoices electronically. As opposed to paperbased communication, EDI is designed to make communication between different [systems possible without media discontinuities.] For more than 20 years, companies have been using Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) to transmit structured business documents like orders or invoices electronically. As opposed to paper-based communication, EDI is designed to make communication between different systems possible without media discontinuities.
Anmerkungen

Source is given on p. 14 as Weitzel et al. 1999. No quotation marks.

Weitzel et al. 1999 might refer to

Weitzel, T. & Buxmann, P. 1999, A communication architecture for the digital economy: 21st century EDI

or to

Weitzel, T., Buxmann, P., Kronenberg, R., & Ladner, F. 1999b, XML/EDI: The (r)evolution of EDI, Institute of Information Systems, Working Paper 99-10, [Online]. Avaliable: [sic] http://www.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/~tweitzel/XMLEDI.doc Accessed: October 29 1999

As the text is copied literally without quotation marks it is a pawn sacrifice either way.

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