B2B exchanges 2.0: not all e-markets are "dot-bombs"Author: Woods, W.Wiiliam A. Publisher: ISI Publications, 2002.Language: EnglishDescription: 279 p. : Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9627762776Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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HF5415.126 .W66 2002
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents B2B Exchanges 2.0 B2B Exchanges 2.0 Introduction Acknowledgments P r I: at Analyzing the B2B Exchange Market Space Chapter 1: The Rise and Fall of B2B Exchanges 3 Chapter 2: A Reality Check: Why B2B has Not Been a Total Bust 21 Chapter 3: Why B2B Exchanges are Still a "Killer Application" 41 Part 1 : 1 Analyzing B2B Exchange Business Models Chapter 4: Building Liquidity on a B2B Exchange 55 Chapter 5: What is a Neutral Exchange? Independent Dot-coms and Industry Consortia Models 7 3 Chapter 6: Private Exchange Models 7 3 Chapter 7: The Hybrid Model: Combining Clicks and Mortar to Build Liquidity 105 Chapter 8: B2B Securities Exchange Models: The Introduction of Risk Management Products such as Derivatives 121 Part 111: Infrastructure Issues for B2B Exchanges Chapter 9: Integrating a B2B Exchange with an Enterprise's Internal Applications 145 Chapter 10: Messaging Systems: The Exchange's Communications Layer 165 Chapter 1 1: The "Back-end": Logistics, Fulfillment, and the Clearing and Settlement of B2B %insactions 1 7 7 Part IV: The Future Shape of B2B Exchanges Chapter 12: Moving Ofihore: The Natural Home for Global e-Business 219 Chapter 13: The Seven Secrets of Success for B2B Exchanges: Revisited 245 Chapter 14: The Anatomy of a 3G B2B Exchange 265 Appendix: Index Directory of Some Successhl B2B Exchanges 279
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