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  • Business To Business Web Site
    382 words
    The Standard provides critical and timely information about the Internet economy and furthermore gives a sophisticated coverage of the people, the companies, and the business models shaping it. Their content comprises insightful news analysis, business model reviews, personality profiles, and industry metrics, which support are both a print magazine, The Industry Standard and the online publication TheStandard. com. The Standard is a business-to-business Web site designed for senior-level execut...
  • Audit Risk Model
    819 words
    Introduction Organizations today face several business risks that can have an effect on their financial statements. The audit risk model is a tool that auditors use to help identify those risks. To better understand how the audit risk model can help identify risks, we will examine how the model can be applied to the Coca-Cola Corporation and the limitations of using the model. Components of the Model The audit risk model is composed of the equation, audit risk (AR) equals inherent risk (IR) time...
  • Dell's Direct Business Model
    516 words
    Subject: Dell's Direct Business Model Date: 04/08/05 Will Dell's direct business model continue to provide a competitive advantage as fellow competitors Compaq, IBM, and HP emulate Dell's direct model? Dell's direct business model bypasses the dealer in the supply chain and sells computers directly to customers, building each to order. Dell does not manufacture the computer components; they merely assemble computers based on components that are available in the market. Dell's use of technology a...
  • Model Of Efficiency And Customer Satisfaction
    1,713 words
    Canadian Pacific Railway Development This article was about the Canadian Pacific Railway. For over 100 years, the railway has practiced a tonnage based shipping model. Trains were to wait in their yards until there were enough shipments to justify a train journey from one point to another. The result of this method was that very few trains traveled, and that the trains that did travel were never on a regular schedule. This resulted in much inefficiency for the company. Some of the issues were tr...
  • Arran Aromatics Report Arran Aromatics
    290 words
    Arran Aromatics report Arran Aromatics is an entrepreneurship business that has developed on the Island of Arran making a range of soaps and toiletries. Like all entrepreneurship businesses, Arran Aromatics is also one that has been initiated and run by a single entrepreneur, Iain Russell, who has used his experiences and innovative characteristic to initiate and establish his small but profitable enterprise. However, like all businesses, Arran Aromatics has reached a point in its life cycle tha...
  • Determination Of A Company's Agility Needs
    1,317 words
    The article by Sharifi and Zhang is outlining a developed methodology for achieving agility in manufacturing organization and describing its implementation and validation in two case study companies. In developing the methodology, the authors used two empirical studies: the concept of agility (Dove, 1996; Kidd, 1995), and the conceptual model of agility (Zhang and Sharifi, 2000) as their main references. Basically there are three major stages composed in the methodology: the determination of a c...
  • Fee For Transaction Model
    1,900 words
    Advertising -subscription mixed model This model has been used for many years by newspapers and magazines. Subscribers pay a fee and accept some level of advertising. Companies that have most success with this type of model tend to be established already. The financial review offers this subscription. You are able to receive some content without subscribing but to obtain all the features and benefits you must subscribe. The financial review also offers a reduced rate if you subscribe to the prin...
  • Business To Business Model Analysis Electronic Commerce
    1,533 words
    e-Business Models The remarkable growth of the Internet and connectivity to the Internet by individuals and businesses alike has brought many opportunities to create new industries and new efficiencies within businesses and between businesses. These opportunities can be seen in the different e-business models that are currently providing benefits to organizations. This paper evaluates how B 2 B companies like merisel. com establish webs sites that add value for suppliers and other business users...
  • Ebay's Business Model Offers
    1,327 words
    Running a profitable e-business involves accepting continual change and finding the correct business model is not always easy. Thanks to many of the Internet pioneers, corporations now have some history to analyze their desired approach. IBM analyzed over 700 companies that are currently active on the web and noticed that specific online business model patterns emerged (see table below). "Interestingly, while these groupings remain constant across geography, industry, company size or type of com...
  • Business Models Fedex
    509 words
    Business Models A business model can be defined as the structure and actions by which organizations operate within its marketplace. In other words, a business model is a representation of the activities of a business. Federal Express uses 4 of the 5 major business models for e-commerce: business-to-business (B 2 B), business-to-consumer (B 2 B), consumer-to-consumer (C 2 C), and mobile or "m"-commerce. FedEx has always been a leader in technology amongst its industry competitors, and the success...
  • Various Business Models
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    1. INTRODUCTION: Organisations cannot compete solely on past record of success in today's rapidly changing business environment that is characterised by boundary blurring, disintermediation and hyper competition. To move ahead of these rivals they need to seek innovation constantly at every level of activities. Their ability to generate successful business models and strategies as well as new products, will be the key for their survival in new economy. The first step of such innovation is intern...

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