FSM620 - E-business Opportunities In The Financial Industry
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E-business Opportunities In The Financial Industry
This course explores the application of e-business concepts to the financial industry. Learners identify the present and future opportunities that would allow financial institutions to evolve into an effective e-business oepration. Ethical and security principles form the framework af all e-business recommendations. Extensive use of the Internet and e-learning is incorporated into this course.
Credit toward the FSM applied degree.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Explore how the use of the internet is affecting the financial industry in the evolving marketplace.
2. Differentiate the internet, intranet, and extranet uses and applications for e-business.
3. Assess which business functions and processes would benefit from the use of the internet and e-business technologies
4. Evaluate, using the case study model, how internet and e-business technology can assist an organization to realize its strategic goals
5. Justify the essential reasons why a financial institution should be involved in e-business practices.
6. Explain the important marketing opportunities and challenges involved in conducting e-business in the financial services sector.
7. Develop ethical guidelines for conducting electronic business
8. Demonstrate effective participation in an empowered self-directed team-learning environment.
The subject enables students to enhance the professional approach to problem solving - meeting deadlines, demonstrating attitudes that promote success, accepting responsibility and accountability to succeed, and participating as a team. There are opportunities to use initiative in the challenges of the requirements.
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