EBG

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AcronymDefinition
EBGEl Bagre (airport code; Colombia)
EBGEnterprise Business Group (various organizations)
EBGEpstein Becker & Green (law firm; New York, NY)
EBGElectronic Business Group (France)
EBGExtended Boolean Graphs
EBGElectronic Book G
EBGEcobank Ghana Ltd.
EBGElectromagnetic Band Gap
EBGEmirates Bank Group (United Arab Emirates)
EBGE-Business Group
EBGEarnings before Goodwill (financial metric)
EBGEasy Being Green (various locations)
EBGErnst-Barlach-Gymnasium (German high school name; several cities)
EBGElektronische Bauelemente Gesellschaft (German: Electron Devices Society; Austria)
EBGElectric Bass Guitar (instrument)
EBGEuropean Board of Gastroenterology
EBGEvolution Beeson Gregory (now Evolution Securities Limited; UK)
EBGEpic Beard Guy (Internet meme)
EBGEuroBonus Gold
EBGElectron Beam Gun
EBGEngineering Business Group (Russia)
EBG‘Ene’io Botanical Garden (Tonga)
EBGEvil Black Gun (assault rifle)
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Over the long run, these market intermediaries will significantly increase marketplace participation and drive greater supply chain integration efficiencies," says Gale Daikoku, senior industry analyst for Gartner's e-Business group. "However, in the short term, their supply chain integration solutions take longer to build and thus will be later to drive significant sales transactions than public e-marketplaces.
"The collective suite of products and services on the site represents a wide range of GE Capital's financing capabilities, including working capital, term loans, leases, senior secured debt, equity financing and much more," said Andrew Greta, market development manager for Capital's Corporate e-Business group and co-leader of the GECFO site.
Mr Cudworth, head of the e-Business group at KPMG in Birmingham, believes that the need to catch up is greater than ever as predictions for how many business-to-business (B2B) transactions will be conducted on the net grow by the day.
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So says Price Waterhouse Coopers' e-business group leader in the Midlands, Mr Richard Lambert.
According to a recent survey by the accountancy firm's e-business group, only 19 per cent of Midlands businesses were concerned about the tax issues relating to e-business while 34 per cent ranked it as a low concern.
PricewaterhouseCoopers in the Midlands has set up "The e-Business Group" to advise local businesses on how to respond to the opportunities and threats of the predicted explosion in e-commerce.
Mr Richard Lambert, head of global risk management solutions, leads the e-business group which is made up of multi-disciplinary experts in tax, audit, management consultancy and assurance and business advisory services.
Mr Richard Lambert, head of global risk management solutions and e-business group at Price Waterhouse Coopers, said: "Businesses cannot afford to hesitate.
Josefowicz said that when selling insurance on the Internet proved harder than expected, insurers began to realize streamlining communications and operations across a variety of functions was a better use of the Web, and many established e-business groups to evaluate options and build the needed systems.
Beginning last year, insurers started disbanding their in-house e-business groups, according to Celent.
But he said he is cautioning insurers they might be "throwing the baby out with the bath water." Instead, he urged in a January report on the future of insurance e-business groups that insurers redeploy them to what he calls "strategic knowledge-management groups." These, working in concert with a company's top management, would ensure that diverse Web-related projects "do not spiral out of control and require costly re-integration or re-engineering projects" four or five years in the future.