IBM has announced new services under its Ebusiness banner to help companies determine the best way to set up Web sites and sell products. The first offering, Ebusiness Accelerator, is an online consulting service due in July that features an interactive Web site customers can use to access research and white papers and reach IBM consultants online. The service, provided on a subscription basis, ranges from $300 (#185) to $15,000 (#9,260) per year. IBM's Return on Web Investment service, available now, is a three-part methodology: IBM helps customers develop a business case to launch a Web site, develop a measurement framework and measure their Ecommerce success against that framework. The cost ranges from $40,000 (#24,700) for an initial three-week business-case evaluation to a 12-week engagement for $400,000 (#247,000).
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