Table of Contents:IntroductionChapter I. Electronic freight exchanges as institutions regulating logistics processes1. Freight exchanges as institutions of the global market2. How did freight exchanges improve the efficiency of economic processes?3. Electronic freight exchanges as the main working tool of freight forwarders4. The influence of electronic freight exchanges on the development of cabotage services5. Competition among electronic freight exchanges to gain a position on the transport services market6. Freight exchanges as a reflection of the upcoming changes in the business climateChapter II. New value generated on electronic freight exchanges1. Users’ expectations towards electronic freight exchange2. How can freight exchanges help eliminate the risk of running a business?3. New value for the users of logistics channels4. Electronic freight exchanges as a source of business information5. The environmental impact of electronic freight exchanges6. Electronic freight exchanges as viewed by Emaus International Company Chapter III. The legal implications of concluding transactions on electronic freight exchanges1. International conventions and contracts applied in road haulage2. Legal bases and documentation involved in concluding transport transactions2.1. Transport Law2.2. Contract of carriage (transportation order)2.3. Freight forwarding contract (freight forwarding order)2.4. OPWS (Polish General Forwarding Rules)2.5. Road transport insurance2.6. Consignment note3. Standards applied in the road transport3.1. Procedural standards in concluding exchange transactions3.2. Standards concerning the means of transportChapter IV. Transactional procedures applied to electronic freight exchanges1. Authorization steps for a new user of an electronic freight exchange2. The procedure of searching for a load3. Finding the best carrier for the order4. The procedure of contacting a tenderer5. Verifying the credibility of a principal6. Verifying the credibility of a carrier and a freight forwarder7. Transaction confirmation8. Procedures of concluding a transaction outside the exchange (based on exchange information)9. Retrieving outstanding debts for transport (with the assistance of the exchange)Chapter V. Tele-information technologies used on electronic freight exchanges and their support in managing transport1. E-tendering platforms that streamline long-term transport contracts2. Exchange messenger as a service lowering business expenses3. Archiving freight transactions (sales/purchases)4. Modules of electronic maps that support fleet management5. How to evaluate the risk of concluding transactions via electronic freight exchanges6. Remote monitoring of the order statusChapter VI. Threats and protection systems of Internet technologies on electronic freight exchanges1. The Internet as a source of threats for a company2. Determining risks from the point of view of a company3. How to manage and measure risk?4. Techniques that pose a threat to safety on the Internet5. Safety systems of business operations conducted on electronic freight exchanges5.1. On-line safety measures5.2. How to search for information about computer network safety?5.3. Technical devices that ensure safety5.3.1. Firewalls5.3.2. Proxy servers5.4. Procedural and organizational solutions that will ensure the safety of business operations on the Internet5.5. Intrusion detection systems and maintaining file integrityConclusionBibliographyNetographyContent of TablesContent of FiguresContent of Images
|Autor||Jarosław Sosnowski, Łukasz Nowakowski|
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