ch06-answers - Chapter: Chapter 06: E-Business and...

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Chapter: Chapter 06: E-Business and E-Commerce Multiple Choice 1. Dell’s innovative business model has been based on the concept of: a) business growth and threatening competitors. b) selling to small and medium sized businesses through intermediaries. c) supplementing direct sales with build-to-order and auctions. d) e-collaboration with a few select business partners. Ans: c 2. __________ is a broad term that refers to the buying and selling of goods and services; servicing of customers; collaborating with business partners; and conducting electronic transactions within an organization. a) Pure e-commerce b) E-business c) Online logistics d) iCommerce Ans: b 3. The type of e-commerce depends on the digitization of which three dimensions? a) product or service; process; and delivery method. b) business process; collaboration; and transaction. c) payment method; delivery method; and production method. d) marketing channel; agent; and collaboration method. Ans: a 4. Purely physical companies are referred to as ____________ companies, whereas companies that are engaged only in EC are considered __________ companies. a) brick-and-mortar; virtual b) pure play; virtual c) click-and-mortar; click-and-brick d) virtual; pure play Ans: a
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5. Over which types of networks is e-commerce done? a) the Internet and extranets. b) the Internet and private networks. c) the Internet, extranets, and private networks. d) the Internet, value-added networks, on local area networks using intranets, or on a single computerized machine. Ans: d : 6. The vast majority of e-commerce volume is of which type? a) B2B b) e-retailing c) B2C d) social commerce Ans: a 7. E-commerce applications are supported by infrastructure and by each of the following support areas except: a) People b) Public policy c) Marketing and advertisement d) Mobile devices Ans: d 8. A technological limitation of e-commerce is: a) Lack of national and international government regulations and industry standards. b) Many sellers and buyers waiting for EC to stabilize before they take part. c) Lack of universally accepted standards for quality, security, and reliability. d) Many sellers and buyers waiting for EC to stabilize before they take part Ans: c 9. Private organizational buyers and government agencies make large-volume or large-value purchases through __________, also known as reverse auctions. a) electronic tendering systems b) online direct marketing c) name-your-own-price models d) viral marketing Ans: a
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10. Governments and large corporations often use ____________ for procurements because they are faster and provide considerable savings. a) forward auctions b) reverse auctions c) G2C exchanges d) electronic bartering Ans: b 11. What is the electronically supported exchange of goods or services without a monetary transaction? a) e-tailing
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