Since 2001, the Electronic Journal of Digital Enterprise (EJDE) has been published to provide a forum for global discussions by Digital Actors, and for the presentation by researchers of case studies in distant management. The Journal includes papers that explain concepts and practices in distant management. The main goal of the journal is to facilitate international growth in the body of research which investigates the Web as a new phenomenon for management and a new space for managers. The Web power as a new management area has recently been discovered by the management research community. New implementations and uses of information and communication technologies inevitably involve interactions between the Web and firms, and this is the area in which we progress. The journal also includes the presentation of theoretical approaches related to implementations of Management Information System (M.I.S.), Customer Relation Management (C.R.M.), Sales Force Automation (S.F.A.), and Enterprise Resource Planning (E.R.P.), as well as covering topics related but not restricted to protocols and methods used by firms wanting to implement an eBusiness world strategy. Prospective authors should note that only original and unpublished manuscripts will be considered. Interested authors should consult the journal guidelines before manuscript submission. EJDE is a double-blind, peer-reviewed journal. Anonymous manuscripts circulate to reviewers for reading. Anonymous comments from reviewers are then sent back to authors to guide revisions, prior to acceptance of any manuscript for the Journal.