Argot International Technology Solutions Business Plan by cee-cee

Argot International Technology Solutions
This paper discusses the enterprise application integration (EAI) technology as suitable for Argot International.
# 107756 | 1,785 words | 10 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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The paper outlines how Argot International can achieve the monumental task of better managing their resources on a limited budget. The paper relates that the increasing competition from Germany and Japan means that Argot must step up to current standards in order to remain competitive. The paper focuses on how enterprise application integration (EAI) would not only reduce costs by increasing efficiency, but would also increase the brand image of the company. The paper outlines the EAI methodology, discusses the need for dashboards and a web portal and provides recommendations for business integration software. The paper examines the importance of building integration software and the ethical considerations involved in the introduction of new technology. Finally, the paper discusses the benefits and limitations of e-commerce.

General Philosophy
Software Recommendations
Building Relationships with Customers
Ethical Issues
Benefits and Limitations of E-commerce

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Active Grid. (2007). Enterprise Web 2.0. Retrieved July 19, 2007 from
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  • Gian, T. (2003). Dancing Around EAI 'Bear Traps'. Retrieved July 18, 2007 from
  • Hewlett-Packard (2007). P-UX Apache-based Web Server v.2.00 powered by Apache, Tomcat, Webmin. Retrieved July 18, 2007 from
  • IBM (2007). ystem requirements for WebSphere Application Server V6.1 on z/OS. Retrieved July 19, 2007 from

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