First Advisor

Friskey, Hal


College for Professional Studies

Degree Name

MS Computer and Information Technology


School of Computer & Information Science

Document Type

Thesis - Open Access

Number of Pages

117 pages


Small Business E-Commerce Solution With the prevalence of the Internet it is important for many small businesses to have a Web presence to remain competitive. For this professional project the author has researched and proposed what it would take to put together an end-to-end E-commerce solution for a small local fly-fishing company in Boulder, Colorado and made a recommendation for implementation. This included researching what was available both open source and commercially for each of the E-commerce web site components, studying the business needs, and making a recommendation for implementation. This allowed the author to pull together what has been learned throughout the Regis MSCIT E-commerce program and apply it in a meaningful way. The project will had the following scope: requirement analysis that included a recommendation for a quality E-commerce enabled web site implementation including: domain registration, web site development (prototype), software development tools, hardware, E-Payment system selection, database integration, order fulfillment, Internet Service Provider (ISP) selection criteria, marketing the site, establishing trust, security, and a support & maintenance plan.

Date of Award

Spring 2006

Location (Creation)

Colorado (state); Denver (county); Denver (inhabited place)

Rights Statement

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