ADVISORY/NerveWire Leads Four Interactive Sessions at The Strategic Management 2000 Conference.Business/Technology Editors
ADVISORY...for Feb. 16
...In Association with The Conference Board, NerveWire Executives
Provide Insight on How to Build Successful E-business Strategies on
February 16, 2000 in Marina Marina
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WHAT: In association with The Conference Board, The Strategic Management 2000 Conference: Strategy in an E-business World: Same Questions, Different Answers, will explore how new technologies and powerful global forces are transforming business-to-business, business-to-consumer, supplier and internal interactions, as well as redefining many products and services and how they are produced, distributed, and delivered. WHO: NerveWire's experienced senior level executives will be available to discuss business models for the Digital Age, e-business strategies for business-to-business financial services, launching and operating e-business as part of a company or a new startup, the Internet's impact on Global 2000 and new startup organizations and the use of smart devices. WHY ATTEND: If you are a senior level executive that supports or has top-line, bottom-line, or competitive positioning responsibilities in any business, this conference will provide you with information to do business more effectively in the Digital Age and create value, profits and growth for your organization. WHEN: February 16, 2000 WHERE: The Ritz Carlton, Marina Del Rey, CA
Each session's details follow:
Topic: New Perspectives on Channel Strategy for Manufacturers When: February 16, 1:45 - 3:15 p.m. Who: Michael Leeman, principal, NerveWire Jan Reyers, director of marketing, 3M Abrasives Systems Division
Perhaps no aspect of business strategy is being impacted by e-business as dramatically as distribution. This is particularly true for manufacturing companies that have had long-standing relationships and interdependencies with their channel partners. New, virtual intermediaries are leveraging the power of technology to create business models that are causing these manufacturers to reconsider re·con·sid·er
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2. their assumptions about distribution. Mike Leeman and Jan Reyers will lead an interactive session designed to examine new channel strategies for manufacturers.
Topic: Application Support Services and the Web When: February 16, 1:45 - 3:15 p.m. Who: David Mason, senior vice president of Digital Strategy Consulting, NerveWire Ellen Kitzis, Ph.D., vice president, Compaq Computer Corporation
The emergence of the enabling information technologies makes it possible to create seamless alliances and partnerships all along the value chain. Services that support applications as diverse as supply chain management, e-commerce e-commerce, commerce conducted over the Internet, most often via the World Wide Web. E-commerce can apply to purchases made through the Web or to business-to-business activities such as inventory transfers. , knowledge management, and customer relationship management will become common. In an interactive session, Dave Mason and Ellen Kitzis will examine the impact of the Web on markets for support application services See ASP and Web services. .
Topic: Products to Services: The Power of Smart, Networked Devices When: February 16, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. Who: Christopher Serjak, principal, NerveWire Jerry Cunningham, business manager, Hewlett-Packard Company
E-business is a lot more than selling things on the Web. With so much attention on e-commerce, it's easy for manufacturers to overlook the potential for connected, smart products. These product platforms automatically generate and transmit detailed performance data from real user environments, turning hardware into &uot;information utilities&uot; that have lasting value to both buyers and sellers. They not only enhance existing support, such as just-in-time supply replenishment replenishment
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Topic: E-business Strategies for Business-to-Business Financial Services When: February 16, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. Who: David Mason, senior vice president, NerveWire Stephen Dill, vice president, Interactive Marketing, State Street Bank
The evolution of consumer e-business strategies by financial service organizations is generally very visible. Less obvious is the business-to-business e-commerce strategy. State Street Bank provides services to other financial institutions, operating back office systems for some $4.5 trillion One thousand times one billion, which is 1, followed by 12 zeros, or 10 to the 12th power. See space/time.
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In the USA and Canada, 10^12. in mutual funds, pension funds, and other financial products. State Street's services have effectively lowered the barriers to entry for new money management firms. In an interactive session, Dave Mason and Steve Dill will discuss how State Street Bank uses the Web to support and enhance global customer relationships and competitive position.
About NerveWire, Inc.
NerveWire, Inc. is a business-to-business (B2B (Business to Business) Refers to one business communicating with or selling to another. See B2B e-commerce, B2C and B2G.
B2B - business to business ) Internet Internet
Publicly accessible computer network connecting many smaller networks from around the world. It grew out of a U.S. Defense Department program called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), established in 1969 with connections between computers at the professional services (job) professional services - A department of a supplier providing consultancy and programming manpower for the supplier's products. firm that rapidly deploys iterative it·er·a·tive
1. Characterized by or involving repetition, recurrence, reiteration, or repetitiousness.
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Noun 1. digital strategy and e-business technology solutions to help Global 2000 organizations and Internet startups win in the third wave of the Internet. Through its Impact Pricing Model, NerveWire will share the long-term business risk with the B2B e-commerce (Business to Business Electronic-COMMERCE) Refers to one business selling to another business via the Web. See e-commerce. leaders in the high tech, financial services The examples and perspective in this article or section may not represent a worldwide view of the subject.
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Currently based in Needham, MA, NerveWire (www.nervewire.com) is venture capital backed by Thoma Cressey Equity Partners (TC|EP), a leading private equity investment firm. TC|EP (www.tc.nu) has committed $60 million to fund the company's growth strategy.
For a copy of any of these presentations or additional information about NerveWire please contact: Dawn Richiell, Marketing Associate, NerveWire, Inc. 781-455-1111 ext. 279 (phone) or email@example.com (email)