Annual Report 2000: Engineering InterAction
College of Engineering / University of Wisconsin-Madison

Consortium for Global Electronic Commerce

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Dharmaraj ("Raj") Veeramani (Director)
266D Mechanical Engineering Building
1513 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53706-1572

Tel: 608/265-0645
Fax: 608/262-8454
E-mail: raj@engr.wisc.edu, jnovak@engr.wisc.edu, alfonso@engr.wisc.edu
www.uwebc.org

This consortium conducts multidisciplinary research (fundamental and applied) on E-commerce use (Internet/Intranet/Extranet) technologies and complementary re-engineered business processes and organizational strategies to enhance the competitiveness and effectiveness of companies (particularly in the manufacturing, retailing and associated industry sectors) and government agencies. It promotes university-industry collaborative endeavors leading to education, research and technology transfer of new E-commerce paradigms for business-to-customer, intra-business and business-to-business interactions. Sponsors have access to faculty expertise, applied projects, workshops, seminars, symposia, educational materials and a web-based discussion forum that assists companies in their planning, justification and implementation of E-commerce as a core business strategy. The consortium acts as a learning community for organizations to share E-commerce implementation experiences, lessons learned, best practices and performance metrics for mutual benchmarking.

Industrial Sponsors: AE Business Solutions, American Family Insurance, American TV & Appliance, Arthur Andersen, Brady Corp., CNH Global, Cook & Franke, CUES, CUNA & Affiliates, CUNA Mutual Group, Deere & Co., Deutch & Weiss, Foley & Lardner, Graber Products, Grant Thornton LLP, Hufcor, Inacom Information Systems, Ingersoll Cutting Tool Co., Kraft Foods, Lands' End, Madison Newspapers, Inc., Marshall Erdman & Associates, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Optavia Corp., Pricewaterhouse-Coopers, Promega Corp., Rayovac Corp., RMT Inc., Rockwell Automation, Sargento, The Swiss Colony, University Book Store, von Briesen Purtell and Roper, W.W. Grainger, Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership

 

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