The Reflection of Practicality E-marketplace ¡V take Carrefour implement GlobalNetXchange for example

by Yueh-Yun, Wang

Abstract (Summary)
Already the online community has witnessed the rise and decline of several technologies and business models inspired by the advent of the World Wide Web: E-mail, chat room, push technology, content distribution, dot-coms, business-to-consumer, business-to-business, wireless Web access, and business exchanges. E-procurement exchanges emerge in every industry: automobile, chemical, convenience store, food and beverage, forest products, house construction, retail merchandise, and travel businesses. Such exchanges are typically, though not necessarily, created by a buyer or by a group of buyers those are alliance in this action. Once in operation, each exchange functions as an electronic bulletin board to which each buyer posted its needs; each posting identifies an item and may stipulate a quantity, a price, a timetable, and a delivery address. Items also carry physical specifications. Similarly, would-be sellers posted items to be sold; of course, they may respond to buyer postings, and vice versa. In this study, the e-procurement advantaged suggested by Michael J. Cunningham to analyze that implement an e-procurement system. The analysis shows that reduce purchase cost, increase cash flow management have positive value on this e-procurement. A further analysis shows that increase stabilization of supply goods, increase quality standard depend on implement circumstances to adjust the purchase strategy.
Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Hsin-Hui Lin; Feng-Yang Kuo; Iuan-yuan Lu

School:National Sun Yat-Sen University

School Location:China - Taiwan

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:e procurement exchanges system usiness to business


Date of Publication:08/26/2004

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