Definition of e-business in English:

e-business

noun

  • another term for e-commerce
    • ‘In doing so, they argue for an e-business management team to coordinate projects and formulate strategy.’
    • ‘Any company that initiates an e-business effort has to consider every function of the business.’
    • ‘The company will set up a European e-business centre in Clonshaugh together with an internet data centre.’
    • ‘Employees working in the e-business and web sector in Ireland receive salaries on a par with other economic sectors.’
    • ‘We have funded money into Stanford University, into the e-business school there.’
    • ‘London's mayor is to get an e-business adviser to promote e-commerce and hi-tech businesses in the capital.’
    • ‘Most of us would agree that a superb e-business Web site is one that meets all of our needs as quickly as possible.’
    • ‘If you're going to get involved in e-business then your website will have to be integrated with your back office.’
    • ‘The authors have thus created a work which is ideal for an e-business manager or someone about to go into such a position.’
    • ‘Moreover, local market partners can be linked to your e-business chain to provide a seamless service to the customer.’
    • ‘The essence is that the cost of an e-business project could be many times the cost of an in-house project.’
    • ‘Vision and strategy are important, but the real key to success in the e-business era is execution.’
    • ‘The e-business initiative is driven by Enterprise Ireland and the County Enterprise Boards.’
    • ‘Ryan believes that the e-business transformation is akin to a journey.’
    • ‘IBM is a major player and solving this problem is essential to their e-business on-demand strategy.’
    • ‘It is a total e-business solution suitable for a larger organisation requiring up to 200 concurrent users.’
    • ‘Over the years, he has learned some lessons about the kind of attitude it takes to succeed in e-business.’
    • ‘In acquiring their original e-business employees, companies depended primarily on permanent staff.’
    • ‘As it turns out, this more practical view is only serving to heighten interest in e-business.’
    • ‘The advent of the Internet and e-business has spawned new companies with a different mindset.’

Pronunciation:

e-business

/ˈēˌbiznəs/