This paper expands on the case for developing a clearer industry model and proposes one possible approach, which is based on our own research into the emerging internet market, and supported by sales experience.While the range of internet business services that could be on offer is vast, we expand on several specific areas of provision and identify common features and points for competition. A guideline procurement policy is also outlined, and, considering the truly global nature of the industry, a comment on differences in approach between European and North American policies is offered.
|Publication status||Published - 1995|
|Event||Proceedings of INET'95 - Hawaii|
Duration: 27 Jun 1995 → 30 Jun 1995
|Conference||Proceedings of INET'95|
|Period||27/06/95 → 30/06/95|
- world wide web
- internet industry
- internet market
Howell, G., Weir, G. R. S., & Freeth, T. (1995). The emerging Internet market: DHS test subtitle for conference paper. Delete when finished testing. Paper presented at Proceedings of INET'95, Hawaii, .