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E business models

Concept Of E-Business Models.
Components of E-Business models.
B2B Business Model.
B2C Business Model

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E business models

  1. 1. E-Business Models Presented by: Madhur Choudhary
  2. 2. Contents • Concept Of E-Business Models. • Components of E-Business models. • B2B Business Model. • B2C Business Model. • Bibliography
  3. 3. Concept Of E-Business Models The E-Business model, like any business model, describes how a company make a plan to generate revenue and make a profit from operations. The model includes the components and functions of the business, as well as the revenues it generates and the expenses it incurs.
  4. 4. Components of E- Business Models • Value proposition: How a company's product or service fulfills the needs of customers. • Revenue Model: Define how the company will generates profit. • Market Opportunity: The revenue potential within a company's intended market space.
  5. 5. Components of E- Business Models • Competitive Environment: Other competitors selling same product in the same market space. • Competitive Advantage: How a company will differentiate the business from its competition. • Market Strategy: How a company intends to enter a new market and attract strategy.
  6. 6. Components of E- Business Models • Organizational Development: How the company will organize the work that needs to be accomplished. • Management Team: Employees team responsible for company’s Growth.
  7. 7. B2B Business Model B2B is a Business-To-Business Model in which transactions id done between businesses, such as between a manufacturer and a wholesaler, or between a wholesaler and a retailer. The overall volume of B2B transactions is much higher than the volume of B2C transactions.
  8. 8. B2B Business Model Business Model Description Example (1) NET MARKETPLACE E-DISTRIBUTOR Single-firm online version of retail and wholesale store; Supply maintenance, repair, operation goods, indirect inputs. E-Procurement Single Firm Creating digital markets where sellers and buyers transact for indirect inputs. Ariba Perfectcommerce
  9. 9. B2B Business Model Business Model Descriptions Examples Exchange Independently owned vertical digital marketplace for direct inputs. Foodtrader Industry Consortium Industry owned vertical digital market open to select suppliers. Elemica Exostar
  10. 10. B2B Business Model Business Model Description Examples (2) Private Industrial Networks Single Firm Company-owned network to coordinate supply chains with limited set of partners. Wal-Mart Proctor & Gamble Industry-Wide 1 SYNC Agentrics Industry Owned network to set standards, Coordinates Supply and logistics for the Industry
  11. 11. B2C Business Model B2C is Business-To-Customer in which Business or transactions conducted directly between a company and consumers who are the end-users of its products or services.
  12. 12. B2C Business Model Business Models Description Examples Portal Offers a integrated package of content and content-search, services news, e-mail, Chat, Music, downloads etc. seeks to be users home base Yahoo AOL MSN Content Provider Information and entertainment provider such as newspaper, sports sites that offers customer Up-to-date news and special Interests.
  13. 13. B2C Business Model Business Model Description Example Transaction Broker Processors of online sales transactions, such as stockbrokers and travel agents, that’s increases customers productivity by helping . Expedia Hotels.In Monster E-trade Market Creator Web-based business that use internet technology to create markets that bring and seller together. Ebay Priceline
  14. 14. B2C Business Model Business Model Description Example Service Provider Companies that make money by selling users a service rather than a product. Community Provider Sites where Individuals with a particular interests, hobbies, common experiences, or social networks come together and “meet” Online. MySpace
  15. 15. Bibliography • E-commerce Business technology Society – Kenneth C. Laudon Carol Guercio Traver •
  16. 16. Thank You