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The Back End Structure of Amazon.com

After nine years of operation, Amazon finally has achieved some profitable quarters but still has not completed a single profitabl...

AMAZON AND ANALYSIS

those savings onto the consumer. The interesting concept about Amazons website is the ability to personalize. Once a custo...

Amazon.com Case Study

and start reading it straightaway, in the case of a CD they can listen to it immediately in a car. Ordering any product online mea...

Amazon's Frontiers

(2000) refers to as pragmatists adopt the technology they know they will need in the future. Specifically, the Internet is seen a...

Companies and Their Unique Methods of Customer Relations Management

In twenty five pages the Customer Relationship Management efforts of Webvan.com, Dickssupermarkets.com, HomeGrocer.com, Amazon.com...

Amazon.com and Internet Jurisdiction

have been forced to cease operations. Today Amazon maintains sites in Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, the United ...

Information Management at Amazon.com

In 1995, it was a given that anyone purchasing goods from an online retailer would need to supply a credit card in order to comple...

Four E-Commerce Business Models

Thus "members" of Coolsavings.com receive regular email messages about offers available at the Web site at worthwhile savings over...

Balance Sheets of Amazon.com

not itself unusual. A student embarking on a project such as this can easily find balance sheets for companies on the Internet....

Classifications of Web Sites

to automatically collect information on any particular topic is of critical importance in todays technologically advanced world. ...

The Changing Competitive Structure of the Book Industry and the Impact on Amazon

kept it meant there would be less room for the popular stock. Large book superstores have not only bee able to offer choice but ha...

Amazon and the Potential for New Technology

to gain and retain the first mover advantage as a firm that was the first major book seller on the internet, the firm took many ye...

Internet Applications used by Amazon.com

utilises can be examined in terms of the way it helps the company compete. This paper will look at for different applications that...

A Case Study for Amazon.com

The current position of online retailer Amazon.com is considered in ten pages first in terms of its strategic position and then di...

Internet Commerce and Amazon.com

Target, Toys R Us, Office Depot, Weight Watchers and a whole host of other highly visible merchants. Banner ads - the mainstay of...

Amazon.com and the Kindle Fire

improve project management in the future. 2. The Background 2.1 The Company The Kindle Fire was developed by Amazon. Amazon is ...

Amazon.com's 1996 Strategic Directions II

Approaches to selling newer than the corner bookstore format emerged some time before 1996. Several warehouse format companies em...

Amazon.com's Strategy in the Long Term

anything they may want to buy online" (Amazon, 2001). From this it is apparent that the company, although well known for books n...

SWOT Analysis Measurement of Amazon.com's Current Position

In five pages SWOT analysis is applied to determine the current position of the world's leading seller of books online. There are...

Amazon.com

company in terms of Porters five forces model. This will help to place the company into the broader context and also determine whe...

A Global E-Company

launch new products across the world (Amazon.com FAQs, 2011). The Information Technology team is comprised of database, system, an...

Business Models Then and Now

their computers (The history of Microsoft, 2000). Gates and his friends, including Paul Allen, soon became so fascinated by the ...

Porter's Applicability to Retail's Information Technology

of operation of the organization. Thus it "is in these activities that a firm has the opportunity to generate superior valu...

Book Industry PEST Analysis

This makes the selling of books and exporting of them across boarders easier and for retailers such as Amazon there are benefits i...

Amazon’s Value Chain

own premises. A similar model may be argued as existing with the marketplace sellers, thee goods are sold on the Amazon site, Amaz...

Amazon; SWOT Analysis

search in the text for key words or browse the text for a taste go the book. This is allowing the company to compete more directly...

Marketing Mix Overview - Amazon.com

too differentiated from that of its competitors. Figures show that the company bought nearly 5 billion ad impressions online durin...

NASDAQ Market Failure

This paper examines the elements that led to the NASDAQ market failure in New York. The author also provides a case study of Amaz...

Overview of Home Shopping Network

highest time period is usually January through March (Haber, 2000). He went on to explain that the quarters cannot be adequately ...

Amazon.com and IT Competitive Advantage

In eight pages this paper discusses how competitive and cost advantages are achieved by Amazon.com through the use of information ...