IDG’s InfoWorld E-Business 100 Supplement Highlights E-Business “Best Practices”
SAN MATEO,CA — OCTOBER 11. 2000 — IDG’s InfoWorld today announced the InfoWorld E-Business 100, a special InfoWorld supplement identifying and profiling 10 companies that have dramatically improved their business models through successful e-business strategies. Formerly known as the InfoWorld 100, InfoWorld E-Business 100 appears in the October 16 issue.
Renamed to reflect the annual supplement’s new e-business focus, InfoWorld E-Business 100 features full-page profiles of 10 outstanding e-businesses singled out by the InfoWorld editorial staff from dozens of companies that submitted applications for consideration. In addition to profiling the top 10 e-businesses, InfoWorld E-Business 100 lists 90 “e-businesses to watch” and offers in-depth statistics and information collected from the e-businesses featured in the supplement. InfoWorld E-Business 100 also provides valuable insight and information about formulating an effective e-business strategy. In a special feature, analysts from several leading research firms pinpoint and analyze the elements of a successful e-business model.
“The companies we’ve selected for InfoWorld E-Business 100 have successfully navigated a wide variety of e-business challenges—many of the same daunting issues our readers face every day,” said Trina MacDonald, deputy features editor for InfoWorld. “In the emerging world of e-business, there are often no clear road maps or nicely charted how-tos. InfoWorld E-Business 100 helps readers learn through advice from top industry experts and by example from the most successful e-businesses.”
Unlike previous InfoWorld 100 supplements, judging for the InfoWorld E-Business 100 focused primarily on qualitative versus quantitative criteria such as revenue growth. The companies selected are therefore not ranked.
Headquartered in San Mateo, Calif., in the heart of Silicon Valley, InfoWorld Media Group publishes InfoWorld and InfoWorld.com. InfoWorld, the IT newsweekly that defines technology for business, focuses on editorial coverage of key technologies, products and trends to assist IT professionals in leveraging technology for business advantage. InfoWorld's $23 million dollar dedicated multi-platform, enterprise test bed — the InfoWorld Test Center — conducts the industry's most trusted testing of technology and products as well as provides in-depth analysis and the business ROI of the technology and implementation.
InfoWorld Media Group also publishes InfoWorld.com, defining technology for business on the web, features daily technology news, product reviews, opinions, interactive discussion forums, along with e-mail newsletters and a complete archive of InfoWorld’s print edition.
InfoWorld Media Group is a wholly owned independent business unit of IDG, the world's leading IT media, research and exposition company. IDG publishes more than 285 computer magazines and newspapers and 500 book titles and offers online users the largest network of technology specific sites around the world through IDG.net (http://www.idg.net), which comprises more than 200 targeted Web sites in 52 countries. IDG is also a leading producer of 110 computer-related expositions worldwide, and provides IT market analysis through 49 offices in 41 countries worldwide. Company information is available at http://www.idg.com.
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