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Weill and Vitale (2001) define an e-business model as "a description of the roles and relationships among a firm's consumers, customers, agents, allies, and suppliers that identifies the major flows of product, information, and money, and the major benefits to participants," as shown in Figure 1.
Even, some classifications present the same e-business model but with different names.
This compounds the challenge for business executives and confuses them about which e-business model to consider.
It is difficult to recommend an e-business model to consider as the list of models assessed is not comprehensive and at the same time business executives can devise a novel e-business model which has never seen before.
d]} represents the set of assessment grades of an aspect of the e-Business model or the organization situation which are in fact a group of fuzzy sets; namely, G = {Very High, High, Medium, Low, Very Low}, and let the sub-measures of that aspect given as; M = {[m.
Model 1 is an e-business model with the strategic emphases on 'comparative advantage' and 'concentration,' model 2 is that with expansion and low price, model 3 is that with expansion and product improvement, model 4 is that with 'comparative advantage' and process, and model 5 is that with the strategic emphasis on product improvement.
This paper found that e-business models with dual core strategies outperform e-business model with single core strategy.
The right selection of e-business model is one of the most critical factors of the e-business success and should be chosen carefully.
The five e-business models are as follows: Model 1 is an e-business model with the strategic emphases on 'comparative advantage' and 'concentration.
It would have been better if the chapter on e-business models was discussed in detail.
of Delhi, India) enlist the help of dozens of contributors for this collection of research articles on integrating e-business models for government applications.
The 18 contributions to this volume discuss research in e-business trends, technologies and practices under the five main categories of: e-business models and organizations, strategies, web services, online consumer behavior, and online intermediaries.