November 2002

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: E-commerce lessons for ECC projects

Members of the Construction Industry Institute have seen the rise and fall of the dot-com explosion and are interested in the lessons that can be learned from this episode in technology..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Members of the Construction Industry Institute have seen the rise and fall of the dot-com explosion and are interested in the lessons that can be learned from this episode in technology history. Consequently, CII has tasked its e-Commerce Applications for Construction Project Team to research the use of e-commerce in construction - owners, designers, contractors and suppliers. The objective is to identify proven and promising approaches that members could consider. In addition, the study looks at e-commerce best practices and business models from related industries to find opportunities. What are companies doing? The m

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