Samples of E-Business model

The e-Business model, like any business model, describes how a company functions; how it provides a product or service, how it generates revenue, and how it will create and adapt to new markets and technologies. It has four traditional components as shown in the figure, The e-Business Model. These are the e-business concept, value proposition,... Continue Reading →

Social media technology and social networks

Nowadays, it’s a great opportunity for a company to make online sales, get a following around the brand, create a platform where customers can discuss the products and, when done successfully, let people spread the word about the qualities. Businesses may see better results by running a business on social media – even when advertising a... Continue Reading →

E-Business architectures

The process of building the A380 would be a great example to demonstrate divide-and-conquer principle as follows: 1. Divide the given problem instance into subproblems 2. Conquer the subproblems by solving them recursively 3.combine the solutions to the subproblems to a solution for the original problem There was no way it could create a manufacturing... Continue Reading →

E-business models with samples in NZ

Trademe.co.nz Trade Me is applying similar business model like Amazon.com It is the largest internet auction website operating in New Zealand. Generally, it provides a platform for C2C and B2C services via internet. The website is free to use for buyers, but seller charges fees for listing items and again when those items are sold. Value... Continue Reading →

Cloud Computing

In this blog, I will discuss how I understand the SaaS business model adopted by Groupon, the giant in global e-commerce market. Groupon sells only quality products and services, be honest and direct with customers, and provide exceptional customer service. By surfing on its website, we can find daily deals on the wide variety of products... Continue Reading →

Why Google runs GSP auction to sell search ads.

Google auction mechanism - Why Google runs GSP auction to sell search ads. In the video, Google's chief economist, Hal Varian, provides a thorough and insightful overview of how the ad auction works. He describes how the auction system works so that consumers always see the most relevant ads and advertisers get the most value. It also... Continue Reading →

E-business: Recommender systems

  There are two typical recommender systems which produce a list of recommendations in one of two ways - by collaborative filtering and content-based approach or personality. The collaborative filtering approaches construct a past behavior pattern of a user (items previously purchased or selected and / or numerical ratings given these elements) and similar decisions taken... Continue Reading →

Technologies for mobile commerce and location-based services

The use of mobile telecommunications devices for commercial transactions, called mobile commerce (m-commerce), has been an emerging trend since the late 1990s. A killer application of m-commerce is Location Based Services (LBS). A host of new location-aware applications and services are emerging with significant implications for the future of m-commerce. The early stage infrastructure for... Continue Reading →

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