ASSIGNMENT: QUESTION IN MGT417 SLIDE CHAPTER 6
MOHAMAD SYAFIQ BIN ASZAMIN
INTAN NURUL ‘AIN BT MOHD FIRDAUS KOZAKO
14th NOVEMBER 2012
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Question 1: Differentiate among B2C and B2B electric commerce
Question 2: Describe electronic storefronts and malls
Question 3: List the major issues relating to e-tailing
Question 4: Briefly differentiate between the sell-side and the buy-side marketplace
Question 5: List 3 ethical issues and 3 legal issues in electronic commerce
Differentiate among B2C and B2B electric commerce.
The difference between B2B and B2C is the customer requirement. B2C focuses on individual customer transactions, whereas B2B focuses on other businesses as the consumer. This difference creates different needs for B2B applications.
One difference between B2B and B2C is the type of order. For example, when you order office supplies or parts, you usually order the same products as well as the same amounts at fairly regular intervals. Repeat and standing orders are a common B2B requirement.
Type of payment is also a different requirement for B2B transactions. When your company makes a purchase, you rarely use a credit card for payment. More likely, you will have varied forms of payment such as lines of credit and open orders. B2B applications are designed with these requirements in mind.
Another difference is the type of search function in B2B applications. A catalog to browse through is not necessarily a requirement, depending on the type of B2B purchase you want to make. When shopping for specific items, your company may benefit from a configurator and bid function rather than browsing and searching an online catalog.
Lastly, the type of connection between B2B and B2C differs. When you are connecting to a B2B...
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