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Title: Towards effectively appraising online stores
Authors: Cachia, Ernest
Micallef, Mark
Keywords: Electronic commerce
Software measurement
Electronic commerce -- Risk management
Quality assurance
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of ICT
Citation: Cachia, E., & Micallef, M. (2004). Towards effectively appraising online stores. 2nd Computer Science Annual Workshop (CSAW’04), Kalkara. 3-8.
Abstract: This paper introduces research being carried out into the measurement of the quality of e-commerce systems. Considerable work has been done on software metrics in the last few decades but e-commerce specific metrics seem only applicable to already deployed systems. It is proposed that a set of metrics is needed, which can be applied from the earlier stages of E-Commerce system development to improve risk management. This paper attempts to appraise e-commerce systems by proposing a set of essential attributes for an e-commerce site to succeed. This paper also serves as groundwork for future e-commerce metrication work based on these same attributes.
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