Research Paper On Online Trading
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Online Trading and the Infrastructure of Technology
A 3 page paper describing the network of an online brokerage. “Infrastructure” is defined as “the underlying foundation or basic framework … the resources (as personnel, buildings, or equipment) required for an activity.” Fictional Primus Securities entered the competitive brokerage service market and in three months’ time has enabled online trading; differentiated its website from competitors; and achieved enhanced customer satisfaction. The purpose here is to describe the technology infrastructure that supports and enables such accomplishments. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
DirectInvest Brokerage Service Marketing Plan
A 10 page paper presenting a marketing plan for a startup online brokerage services firm. The online discount broker is the current news of stock trading. At just over 200,000 trades daily involving more than 100 million shares of stock, Internet trading still represents only a fraction of the total volume of any major exchange, but that volume grows at nearly 50% annually and is expected to grow at an even higher rate after totally secure transactions are assured for trading, as well as with the growth of the Internet. This marketing plan presents a current view of the industry and determines ways that DirectInvest can outlast the competition. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Online Learning and Teaching
A 4 page research paper that investigates this topic. Online learning encompasses the possibility of bringing about a revolution in delivery of higher education. However, along with benefits, online education also brings concerns. Literature addressing online education discusses concerns about instructional strategies and best practices in online teaching, as well as advantages, disadvantages, and how online learning compares with traditional classroom instruction. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Internet Usage by Two Companies - Gateway 2000 and DLJ Direct
A 5 page paper discussing two companies that heavily participate in Internet commerce, Gateway 2000 and DLJ Direct. Overall, the promise of great success through Internet marketing has not been realized in most areas of sales, but personal computer sales and online brokerage services have been exceptions. Both are wonderfully suited to Internet commerce: Gateway's customers obviously are computer literate; DLJ Direct's customers have come to rely on the ease and rapidity of stock trading using an Internet service. Though the Internet has not reached its full potential as a sales tool, it is heading resolutely in that direction, and to the point that those companies not offering extensive online options to their existing customers may lose those customers to businesses that do. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Learning Management Systems (LMS) and Online Education
A 10 page paper discussing the emergence of the learning management system (LMS) for online education. Initially within the domain of business training only, online schools have begun to use many of the techniques that the LMS promotes. The LMS has come into being concurrently with a return to proven approaches to education, bringing the best of all worlds to online learning. The focus of the paper is that of higher education, but the principles apply to training in the workplace as well. Bibliography lists 13 sources.