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Chapter 1 Electronic commerce- 5 electronic business- 5 internet technology- 5 five general electronic commerce category- 5 business to business B2B- 5 business to consumer B2C- 5 business to government B2G- 7 supply management- 5 e-procurement-5 procurement- 5 accounting- 6 transaction- 6 business processes- 7 telecommuting- telework- 7 consumer to consumer- 7 electronic funds transfer- EFT- 8 wire transfer- 8 electronic data interchange (EDI)- 8 trading partners- 9 serious problems of EDI- 8 value added network- 8 dot com boom bust rebirth- 8 internet related business were started with more than $100 billion of investor’s money. – 9 2/3 of internet users have purchased online- 10 banking services- 10 Chris freeman- 11 Francisco louca- 11 as time goes by-11 FIRST WAVE- 11 second wave- 11 broadband connections- 11 digital privacy- 12 iTunes- 12 first mover advantage- 12 more than 60 percent of us business do not have websites business model- 14 revenue model- 14 merchandising- 15 good candidates for electronic commerce- 15 business process- 15 commodity item- 16 shipping profile- 16 high value to weight ratio- 16
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virtual community- 17 Cisco- 17 disadvantages of electronic commerce- 18 market- 20 hierarchical business organizations- 20 firms- 20 companies- 20 transaction costs- 21 markets and hierarchies- 22 vertical integration- 22 Oliver Williamson- 22 assembly lines- 23 strategic business unit- 23 network economic structure- 24 strategic alliance -24 strategic partnerships- 24 virtual companies- 24 strategic partners- 24 network effects- 25 activities yield- 25 consumption- 25 law of diminishing returns- 25 network effect- 25 industry- 26 Michael porter- 26 value chain- 26 primary activities- 26, 27 supporting support activities- 27, 28 value system- 28 industry value chain- 28 SWOT analysis- 31 strengths weaknesses opportunity and threats- 31 Dell- 31 trust- 32 language issues- 33 English- 33 Spanish German Japanese Chinese- 33 devote to marketing- 34 machine translation- 34 cultural issues- 34 culture- 35 culture and environment- 36 unrestricted access- 36 public security bureau china- 37 infrastructure issues- 38 OECD- 38
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flat rate access- 39 domestic transactions- 39 paperwork- 39 international- 39 Chapter 2 Computer network- 53 internet- 53 world wide web- 53 defense department- 54 advanced research projects agency (ARPA)- 54 ARPANET- 54 e-mail- 54 ray Tomlinson- 54 mailing list- 55 usenet- 55 user’s news network- 55 newsgroups- 55 national science foundation- 55 MCI Mail- 55 CompuServe- 55 growth of internet- 56 privatization- 56 network access points (NAP)- 56 network access providers- 56 internet service providers- 56 internet hosts- 56 vannevar bush- 57 Atlantic monthly- 57 memex- 57 ted nelson- 57 hypertext Douglas engelbart Tim berners-lee hypertext server web server hypertext markup language (HTML)- 58 hypertext link hyperlink web browser graphical user interface GUI marc Andreessen mosaic
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james Clark Netscape- 59 internet explorer
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