Describe the technology-based solution that was implemented.

You will present this assignment as a referenced report. You will use headings to address the points below. No executive summary or table of contents is necessary.Referencing must be in Author-Date format. The maximum length is 1650 words. The minimum length is 1350 words.

In this assignment, you are required to:

 

    • Identify a documented eBusiness failure. These will most likely be found in industry magazines, technology magazines, or journals.
    • Describe the intended objectives of the eBusiness venture.
    • Describe the technology-based solution that was implemented.
    • Discuss the factors that contributed to the failure.
    • Identify two lessons learned and what needs to be done differently in the future.

 

You will be marked out of 20 for this assignment. The marks will be allocated according to the following criteria:

  1. Clarity of written expression /4
  2. Logical flow of the writing /2
  3. Depth of discussion and inclusion of evidence /8
  4. Adhering to word length /2
  5. Accurate and complete referencing /4
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