epost: Evolving an Online Business
(11 pages of text)
The chief executive officer (CEO) of epost is preparing for a meeting with his successor. Epost, a division of Canada Post, is in a transition and many decisions will need to be made by the successor. With the introduction of the Internet, people are using regular postal services less frequently. Epost was created to generate revenue and to provide customers the ease of paying bills electronically. In 2004, epost acquired its competitor, Webdoxs. Implementing epost posed many information technology (IT) challenges because financial and personal information is exchanged and stored, and, therefore, the service has to be reliable and secure. The CEO ponders several issues as he prepares for his meeting with his successor.
Transportation and Warehousing
Canada, Large, 2003
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