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Impact of E-Commerce On Supply Chain Management - cover

Impact of E-Commerce On Supply Chain Management

Mayank Aror

Publisher: Gaurav Mehra

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Summary

The World Wide Web (WWW), also known as the Web, is the most popular way to trawl through the information content of the Internet, the network of networks which has become part of everyday life for millions of people in all sectors of the community. 
The concept of the WWW began in March 1989 and was developed by Tim Berners-Lee of the European Particle Physics Laboratory (CERN). He proposed the project as an effective means of transporting research and ideas throughout the organisation. 
The initial project proposal outlined a simple system of using a concept called “networked hypertext” to transmit documents and to communicate among staff in the high-energy physics community.  Hypertext is the organisation of information into connected associations that a user can choose to make. An instance of such an association is called a link or hypertext link. The Web is just a vast amount of information content connected by similar and large number of hypertext links.

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