Amazon.com Case Presentation

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/12/11 Amazon.com E-Commerce Business Strategy by Olabisi Ajala Methsika Munansinghe Trina Samuel MIS 677: E-Commerce
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7/12/11 History of Amazon.com In 1994, Jeff Bezos became the founder and CEO Incorporated in 1994 in the State of Washington Re-Incorporated in 1996 in the state of Delaware First major company to sell goods over the Internet Jeff Bezos saw the potential of the internet to
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7/12/11 History of Amazon.com May 15, 1997, Amazon.com started trading on NASDAQ under the symbol AMZN. In June 1995, Amazon.com was launched on the web and began services the next month. Amazon.com started out as an online bookstore and quickly diversified by adding other items such as VHS tapes and DVDs Music CDs and software
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7/12/11 Current Status of Amazon.com January 29, 2009, Amazon.com announced its financial results for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2008 Operating cash flow was $1.70 billon in 2008, compared with $1.41 billion in 2007. Free cash flow increased 16% to $1.36 billon in 2008, compared to 1.18 billion in 2007. Common shares totaled 446 million on
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7/12/11 Current Status of Amazon.com Net Sales increased 18% to $6.70 billion, compare to $5.67 billion in 2007. Net income increased 9% to $225 million. Amazon.com remain relentlessly focused on serving customers with low prices, great selection and free shipping offers, including Amazon Primer .
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7/12/11 Amazon’s Business Segments Amazon Retail Services Retail Product Line AmazonFresh - the online retail store of perishable and non perishable goods. Amazon Web Services (AWS)
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7/12/11 Amazon Web Services (AWS) Provide a collection of remote computing services on Amazon’s proven computing environment for other web sites or client-side applications. Amazon S3 Online storage and distribution of unlimited number of data. Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) Message queuing to transfer data between different components of external applications. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Execute external computing resources on web service platform
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7/12/11 Amazon Merchant Services : Amazon Marketplace Amazon’s counterpart for eBay's Half.com service. Allows third party merchants to sell their products along side products of Amazon. This service provides the sellers with the facility to place advertisements on
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Amazon Service Program Amazon Fulfillment Web Service (Amazon FWS) Figure 1.0 Source: http://www.amazon.com/gp/seller/fba/fulfillment-by-amazon.html/ref=gw_br_fba? pf_rd_p=475517651&pf_rd_s=left-nav-
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