Information Tech Study Guide

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|1. |Electronic commerce is changing only the production and operations management functional area. | | |Ans:  False |

|2. |Electronic commerce is the buying and selling of products, services, and information via computer networks, primarily the | | |Internet. | | |Ans:  True |

|3. |Electronic business is a broader term than electronic commerce. | | |Ans:  True |

|4. |Electronic commerce can take several forms depending on the degree of digitization. | | |Ans:  True |

|5. |Electronic commerce can take only one form; i.e., digital. | | |Ans:  False |

|6. |In traditional commerce, the product or service, the process, and the delivery agent are physical. | | |Ans:  True |

|7. |In traditional commerce, one or more of the product or service, the process, and the delivery agent can be digital. | | |Ans:  False |

|8. |In pure electronic commerce, the product or service, the process, and the delivery agent can be digital or physical. | | |Ans:  False |

|9. |In partial electronic commerce, at least one of the product or service, the process, or the delivery agent is digital. | | |Ans:  True |

|10. |Companies that are engaged only in electronic commerce are considered virtual (or pure-play) organizations. | | |Ans:  True |

|11. |Companies that conduct some e-commerce activities, yet their primary business is done in the physical world, are considered | | |click-and-mortar organizations. | | |Ans:  True |

|12. |Buying a car at your local dealership is an example of pure electronic commerce. | | |Ans:  False |

|13. |Going to the Web site of a car manufacturer (e.g., www.gm.com), entering the specifications for the car you want, and then | | |picking up your car at your local dealership is an example of partial electronic commerce....
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