Taxonomy of Internet Commerce
paper attempts to clarify terminology discussing the interface
between commerce and the Internet. It is also an empirically derived
classification system or taxonomy of existing Internet business
models. This taxonomy has two main branches - transplanted
real-world business models and native Internet business models. The
latter part of the paper discusses the role of business,
governments, regulation and ideology in the development of
I-Commerce and makes some cautious speculations regarding its
Framework for analyzing B2B E-Commerce
introduces a framework that is helpful in thinking about B2B. The
authors discuss the implications of this framework for start-ups and
companies thinking about their B2B strategies; pdf file 19 K
the B2B Foundation
detailing the best strategies to position net markets makers for
success. Summary, pdf file for download available
in Search of Profits
||Most news and
information sites can't seem to find the magic formula for making
money. The few relative success stories offer clues
and Hardy Koth say that in the Internet age, unparalleled
opportunities to customize through customer communication, product
or service design and pricing open up.
reintermediation, or cybermediation?
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intermediaries in electronic marketplaces; pdf file
Re-invent Business Models for P2P
Mougayar that P2P will prosper when focused on existing business
models and the demands they already have. Here, P2P is seen as a
method for implementing technical and business architectures to
solve problems. Rather than searching for a new business model, the
suggestion is to apply P2P to existing needs.
What's the Model?
Internet clock ticks, many companies still struggle to find the best
Collaboration on the Internet and Intranets
Corporations are Leveraging IP Networks for Competitive Advantage,
Pricing is Changing the Digital Marketplace. A paper addressing the
way the Internet is redefining relationships between competitive
advantage and market power. Summary of an AT Kearney publication,
pdf file for download available
Portals: Customers Count
portals seek to involve customers more effectively in the business
process. The question is: Does the service provider follow the
customer's processes or vice versa? A view from Switzerland.
Pdf-file 88 KB
Opportunities in B2B
logic of E-commerce, exploiting richness; article by George Stalk,
Jr. and Robert Trudeau
Role for Mediating Players in the Electronic Marketplace. Discusses
the elimination of intermediaries and the new role of cybermediaries
untold story of online commerce is that business-to-business sales.
By Mohanbir Sawhney and Steven Kaplan
and Realities of On-Line Retailing
of Netsourcing Business Models - Learning from the Past and
exploiting Future Opportunities. Pdf-file
Forms of Intermediation in E-Commerce
Powershopping, Powersales: This paper provides a detailed overview
of different new forms of cybermediation and illustrates their
influence on consumer choice, firm pricing and product
differentiation strategies. Pdf-file
examines C2C online auctions and the tools and services that have
sprung up around them.
just downloading music
introduction in FAQ format; focus on governments
Infrastructure's Battling Business Model; Akamai Technology and the
Inktomi Corporation both speed Web pages from servers to desktops.
But to chase earnings, they've taken different routes. Can both lead
to riches? By Lawrence M. Fisher
vs. Services: Which is
the Better Business Model, in Software and other Industries?
focuses on a common debate among entrepreneurs and managers, in
software and other businesses: Do you want to be a services company
or a products company? Pdf-file
on the Web
Models and Revenue Streams. Pdf-file
in Digital Markets
Free is the Only Way
services are disappearing off the Internet so fast, it seems, that
soon even casual surfers will have to pay for everything. Has the
pendulum swung too far?
Internet Commerce Opportunities; article by Don Chrusciel
Truth about Internet Business Models
the end, an e-business is just another business, says Jeffrey F.