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appropriate example of B2C (i.e., “B to C”)? a) Company A places an online order of materials from its supplier twice a month. b) Mr. B buys a book from an online shop owned by Company A . c) Mr. B pays an annual tax via a Web site hosted by the central tax office. d) Mr. B posts an online advertisement to sell his car and finally Mr. C buys it. 30
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Q73. Which of the following is an explanation concerning EDI? a) A communication service that provides added values, such as storage of data transmitted over networks and conversion of data formats b) An international standard for e-mail services based on the OSI model, which provides comprehensive services for the generation, transmission, and processing of messages c) An ordering system that enables orders to be placed by transmitting order information from a data entry terminal to the head office or a supplier d) The exchange of business transaction data between computers over the Internet or other dedicated communication lines, in accordance with standard protocols Q74. Which of the following is an organization structure where employees report to both their individual immediate managers and a cross function leader and try to achieve coordination between program groups and centrally controlled groups of functional specialists? a) Divisional organization b) Functional organization c) Matrix organization d) Project organization Q75. Which of the following is an explanation concerning the accountability at an executive managerial level? a) A company quantifies the cost involved in environmental maintenance and its effect, and announces them periodically as financial information. b) A management executive has responsibility for explaining the content and performance of business activities to shareholders and other interested parties. c) Appropriate information that is necessary for investment decisions is provided to investors and analysts on a timely and ongoing basis. d) Rules, manuals, and checking systems are established on the basis of corporate ethics, and corporate management is performed in accordance with laws. 31
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