COMPANIES BIG & SMALL FIND ALL THE ANSWERS THEY NEED AT E-COMMERCE EXPO SPRING AT THE NEC, BIRMINGHAM Wednesday 31 January 2001 PDF Print E commerce Expo provides the perfect marketplace for businesses of all sizes to address their e-commerce needs. Held at the NEC, Birmingham from 3-5 April 2001, e-commerce Expo is the UK's major springtime e- business solutions exhibition. The event, which is supported by the UK's leading e-commerce trade associations, EEMA, e-centre UK and SITPRO, will comprise of over 100 of the world's leading e-commerce vendors, and will offer a comprehensive FREE e-business education seminar programme featuring close to 100 seminars. The e-commerce market is maturing, and e-commerce Expo reflects this by catering for the range of companies across the e-commerce / e-business spectrum. Companies both large and small will find all the relevant solutions, information and advice they need to succeed in the e-business economy. The e-commerce Expo seminar programme will be streamed to include groups of sessions on general e-business issues, ASP's and e-business security. The Market Focus theatre will host a special stream of seminars covering the application of e-business in specific industry sectors including retail, travel, public sector and NHS, manufacturing and IT/Telecoms. This allows visitors across different markets to answer the specific questions they have that are particular to the needs of their market sector. There will also be dedicated streams on m-commerce and wireless data applications as well as supply chain and logistics. Seminar topics, presented by industry experts will give an insight into the latest industry issues such as: 'Why are website abandonment rates so high?'; 'The threats to e-business'; 'e-security'; 'Offshore e- business'; 'ASP's and getting the most from them'; 'Payment solutions for the new economy', 'e-business for SME's'; 'XML the key technology for the future?'. Other topics include 'How to market your e-business', 'How to implement a successful e-business strategy', and e-procurement casestudies. Visitors to the show will discover how e-commerce can help them improve business efficiency, offer reduced operating costs while improving customer service, increase customer satisfaction and retention, obtain broader market coverage and increase competitiveness. e-commerce Expo 2001 covers both the B2B and B2C markets. It includes solutions for SME's and corporates looking for hosting and ASP's, bespoke solutions, fault analysis & repair software, integration software, payment solutions, security products, supply chain integration and XML. One of the world's largest and most important industrial events will take place alongside e-commerce Expo at the NEC in April 2001. Reed Exhibitions' Pakex 2001, focusing on the global supply chain, is a huge event featuring over 700 exhibitors from more than 25 countries and a truly international audience of over 40,000. The co-location of these two events offers a unique opportunity for supply chain specialists to learn more about and source e-business solutions in order to streamline processes and increase efficiency in the supply chain. For more information about e-commerce Expo, and to register for free tickets, visit http://ww.ebizexpo.com or call the ticket hotline on 0870 429 4404. Note to editors For further information please contact Justine Pulver on 00 44 (0)20 8449 4058 or email firstname.lastname@example.org This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Eskenzi PR in the following categories: Consumer Technology, Personal Finance, Business & Finance, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.