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E-Business Supply Chain Paper: Compare B2C to a B2B site

E-Business Supply Chain Paper o Write a paper that explains how the supply chain differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site. Give specifics by linking theory to related examples of websites. o Include a summary table that briefly lists how the supply chain differs on a B2C site as compared to a B2B site. Plea

Ethical considerations for businesses in Cyberspace

Think about how the Cyber-Health website can facilitate exchanges with its different customer types, i.e., B2B, B2C, etc. Then think about how ethical considerations should help to shape the online learning platform.

usps-b2c-enterprise

Please help with the following problem. Please provide at least 100 words. Would the Post Office be (B2C) in the sense that you can go online and have your package label printed (as long as you have the weight) for the package that you are mailing and set up a pick up day with the mail carrier for them to come and pick up th

Comparing Websites of Business-to-Business Products

Go to a website for a company selling business-to-business products or services. Compare this site to one selling consumer products or services. What are the differences? To whom is each targeted? Discuss.

Service System Designs

This question pertains to topic in graduate MBA class for Operations Managment. Discuss the 3 generic approaches to service system designs - 1. Production Line Approach 2. Customer Participation Process 3. Information Empowerment Approach Which system is best illustrated by a Dry Cleaning company that contracts its ser

The VISA Company and the possibility of it merging with another company.

Think about the VISA Company and the chance of it merging with another company. 1. Which company would you choose to merge with VISA Company? Why? What might the benefits be and why this company? 2. How would you manage the financing of this takeover? Explain. 3. Which companies would you choose to merge with VISA as

What suggestions do you have to improve the selling process?

Cavalier Product's sales force makes multiple calls on general business, small and large; to find new prospects, make presentations, even product demonstrations. B2B selling is a process rather than simply order-taking. What suggestions do you have to improve the selling process? How does the buying-decision process compar

Develop a presentation assessing customer satisfaction in B2B selling

Management was impressed with your argument that good customer service equals more business. "Customer service" is now one of the salesperson's duties at Cavalier. You have been assigned by your sales manager to take the lead in getting everyone up to speed. Develop a short presentation about assessing and assuring customer sati

B2B & B2C: Compare marketing differences between B2B and B2C sites

Write a paper that explains how marketing differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site. Compare and contrast B2B and B2C sites with respect to how they use e-business to deal with marketing in different ways. Include examples from real web sites and use at least 2 references.

B2B to B2C E-Commerce Paper

Help with a 1,050-1,400-word paper in which you describe the B2B and B2C E-Commerce business models. In your paper be sure to address the following: 1)Provide two examples of businesses today that utilize each type of model (two of B2B and two B2C). 2)Include the advantages and disadvantages of B2B and B2C E-Commerce.

How marketing differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site.

This solution provides the learner with an understanding on how marketing differes in a business to customer site environment vs. the business to business environment. Further, to provide and ensure clarification for the learner this solution provides specific examples for each enviroment.

Discussing Marketing Differences

Discuss and explain how marketing differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site and a brick and mortar store. Also provide references (try to provide at least three).

Goods and Services Provided by Companies

Many people take the way goods and services are provided to them for granted. They do not think about the nature of the operating system that produces the goods and services they receive. 1) Choose three companies and observe how employees do their tasks. These can be three different fast-food restaurants or three entirely d

Global technology workforce management

1. Reflection Outline and Summary Prepare an outline of issues dealing with global technology human resources and the global technology supply chain. Specifically, outline information concerning the following: a. As it relates to technology human resources in a global environment: i. The approaches to optimizing the techn

E-Business

Prepare a paper describing the following: (Must use at least 3 references) o Define e-business marketing (e-marketing), o Discuss e-marketing strategy, o Define and discuss the important marketing tools and techniques used on B2C and B2B eBusiness websites, (as many as possible), and use examples, and to explain how marketin

E-Business Supply Chain

Prepare a paper explaining the following: (Must use at least 3 references) o the concept of the Supply Chain, o how the supply chain concept applies in eBusiness, o what are the benefits to the supply chain through automation using eBusiness concepts to improve the supply chain, and o how the supply chain differs on a B2C w

Analyze Amazon, Dell - B2C Websites

I need to write a 3-4-page paper that identifies and describes at least 8 common elements (i.e. features/functions such as the "product catalog/search" and "shopping cart") of B2C websites. To complete this assignment analyze Amazon, Dell and one other less well known B2C website of my choice. Point out any features of these web

Privacy Policies of Major Online Retailers

Review the privacy policies of three major online retailers (such as Sears, Target, and Wal-Mart). Prepare a short report that answers the following: (a) Which Web site offers the most privacy to its customers? (b) What specific passages in the competitors' privacy policies support your conclusion? (c) Does the information

CRM

Think of your favorite BRAND (this must be a B2C (business-to-consumer) offering like Dasani Water, Dell Laptop PC, McDonald's, etc.) and pretend you are the NEW brand manager. How would you address the 4Ds of CRM for your brand? Remember, you want to impress everyone with your new job - think creatively! (at least 300 words)

Implementing Staffing Strategies

You are a mid level manager for the sales department of a software firm. The organization presently specializes in retail sales but will be launching a Business to Business (B2B) emphasis within the next six months. This new emphasis will require the use of an outside sales force. As a manager, you are in charge of making the

Technology Impact

Describe at least two examples where the management function of controlling is applied or should be applied. Compare the examples you have selected in the following areas and include your recommendations as if you were the manager in charge of the control functions: 1) Privacy of personal information. 2) Accuracy

EBusiness Discussion: B2B and B2C Marketing

How do the steps in making purchase decisions differ for B2B vs. B2C customers? Would marketing create different models for each? Would it be necessary for sales and marketing to work together to generate business in B2B sales? Would the same be true for B2C sales?

E-Business Scorecard for Rating Commercial Websites

Design a scorecard for rating commercial websites in the business-to-consumer (B2C) or business-to-business (B2B) area and discuss what the 5-10 categories would be and why they are important to a site's success.