CLASSIFICATION OF E-COMMERCE

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CLASSIFICATION OF E-COMMERCE by Mind Map: CLASSIFICATION OF E-COMMERCE

1. BUSINESS TO BUSINESS CONCEPTS

1.1. BASIC CONCEPTS

1.1.1. INTERNET

1.1.2. EXTRANETS

1.1.3. INTRANETS

1.1.4. PRIVATE NETWORK

1.2. MARKET SIZE AND CONTENT

1.2.1. CHEMICALS

1.2.2. COMPUTER ELECTRONIC

1.2.3. UTILITIES

1.2.4. PETROCHEMICALS

1.2.5. PAPER

1.2.6. PETROCHEMICALS

1.3. CHARACTERISTIC OF B2B

1.3.1. PARTIES TO THE TRANSACTION

1.3.2. TYPES OF TRANSACTIONS

1.3.3. TYPES OF MATERIALS

1.3.4. DIRECTION OF TRADE

1.4. BASIC OF B2B TRANSACTION TYPES

1.4.1. SELL-SIDE

1.4.2. EXCHANGES

1.4.3. BUY-SIDES

1.4.4. COLLABORATIVE COMMERCE

1.5. SUPPLY CHAIN RELATIONSHIPS IN B2B

1.5.1. SUPPLIER

1.5.2. MANUFACTURER

1.5.3. RETAILER

1.5.4. DISTRIBUTOR

1.5.5. LOGISTIC PROVIDER

1.6. VIRTUAL SERVICE INDUSTRIES IN B2B

1.6.1. TRAVEL SERVICE

1.6.2. REAL ESTATE

1.6.3. ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS

1.6.4. ONLINE STOCK TRADING

1.6.5. ONLINE FINANCING

1.6.6. OTHER ONLINE SERVICE

1.7. BENEFIT OF B2B

1.7.1. EXPEDITES CYCLE TIME

1.7.2. REDUCE INVENTORY LEVELS

1.7.3. FACILITATES MASS CUSTOMIZATION

1.7.4. INCREASES OPPORTUNITIES FOR COLLABORATION

2. GENERAL CLASSIFICATION OF E-COMMERCE

2.1. BUSINESS TO BUSINESS (B2B)

2.1.1. BUSINESS MODELS

2.1.1.1. E-DISTRIBUTOR

2.1.1.2. E-PROCUREMENT

2.1.1.3. EXCHANGES

2.1.1.4. INDUSTRY CONSORTIA

2.2. BUSINESS-TO-CONSUMER (B2C)

2.2.1. TYPES OF B2C MODELS

2.2.1.1. COMMUNITY PROVIDER

2.2.1.2. SERVICE PROVIDER

2.2.1.3. MARKET CREATOR

2.2.1.4. TRANSACTION BROKER

2.2.1.5. CONTENT PROVIDER

2.2.1.6. E-TAILER

2.2.1.7. PORTALS

2.3. CONSUMER-TO-CONSUMER

2.3.1. EXAMPLES:

2.3.1.1. EBAY.COM

2.3.1.2. MUDAH.MY

2.3.1.3. LELONG.MY

2.4. CONSUMER-TO-BUSINESS

2.4.1. The decline in the cost of technology means that individuals now have access to technologies.

2.4.2. Unlike traditional media, which are unidirectional, the Internet is bidirectional, making this type of relationship possible.

3. CLASSIFICATION OF E-COMMERCE BY FIRM

3.1. SELLER / BUYER

3.1.1. B TO C

3.1.2. B TO B

3.1.3. C TO C

3.1.4. C TO B

3.2. PRODUCT OR ACTIVITY

3.2.1. SEARCH ENGINE: GOOGLE.COM

3.2.2. SHOPPING: ZALORA.COM

3.2.3. ADULT CONTENT: PORNCITY.NET

3.2.4. EDUCATION: ASTROTUTOR.COM

3.3. SOURCES OR REVENUES

3.3.1. TRADITIONAL SALE

3.3.2. COMMISSIONS

3.3.3. PER-TRANSACTION FEES

3.3.4. PER-TRANSACTION FEES

4. OTHER CLASSIFICATIONS IN E-COMMERCE

4.1. GOVERMENT TO CITIZENS

4.1.1. ONLINE NON-COMERCIAL BETWEEN LOCAL AND GOVERMENT AND PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS

4.2. GOVERMENT TO BUSINESS

4.2.1. E-PROCUREMENT

4.2.2. AUCTIONING OF GOVERMENT SURPLUSES

4.3. GOVERMENT TO GOVERMENT

4.3.1. Espkb

4.3.2. HRMIS

4.4. GOVERMENT TO EMPLOYEE

4.4.1. E-MAIL