Effects of e-business on business processes

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Effects of E-business Page 1 Running Head: EFFECTS OF E-BUSINESS ON BUSINESS PROCESSES Effects of e-business on Parker Hannifin’s business processes Jahde Goncalves August 9, 2009 University of Phoenix
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Effects of E-business Page 2 The Effects of E-business on Parker Hannifin’s business processes Background of Parker Hannifin Parker Hannifin Corporation manufactures fluid power systems, electromechanical controls, and related components worldwide. The company’s Industrial segment offers connectors; hydraulic components and systems for the builders and users of industrial and mobile machinery and equipment; pneumatic and electromechanical components and systems; static and dynamic sealing devices; filters, systems, and instruments to monitor and remove contaminants from fuel, air, oil, water, and other fluids and gases; and critical flow components for process instrumentation, healthcare, and ultra-high-purity applications. This segment sells its products primarily to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and replacement markets in various manufacturing and processing industries. Its Aerospace segment provides hydraulic, fuel, and pneumatic systems and components used for commercial and military airframe and engine programs. It also manufactures a range of fluid conveyance systems, fluid metering, delivery and atomization devices, and inert gas generating systems, as well as connectors, hoses, fittings, tube fittings, and quick disconnects, which control, transmit, and contain fluid for aircraft applications. This segment markets its products primarily to OEMs in the commercial, military, and general aviation markets, as well as to end users for maintenance, repair, and overhaul. The company’s Climate and Industrial Controls segment offers systems and components for use primarily in the mobile and stationary refrigeration, and air conditioning industry; and in fluid control applications in a range of industries, including processing, fuel dispensing, beverage dispensing, and mobile emissions. This segment sells its products to
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2009 for the course BSAH0LKJP5 ACC/340 taught by Professor Dorothygaliger during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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