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Electronic Commerce Information Systems - Chapter Summary
Feel confident that you fully grasp the basics of electronic commerce information systems by exploring this chapter's bite-sized lessons. Our instructors closely examine electronic payment systems, e-businesses, relationship marketing, computerized accounting systems, group decision support systems (GDSS) and much more. Review the lessons at your own pace and take accompanying quizzes to ensure you understanding these topics. Any questions you have can be submitted to our experts via the Dashboard. By the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
- Define e-commerce and m-commerce and explain how they have impacted consumer privacy and fraud
- Share the definitions of business-to-consumer and business-to-business e-commerce
- Differentiate between e-procurement and e-marketplaces
- Provide examples of transaction processing systems
- Detail types of e-businesses
- List benefits of marketing and human resource information systems
- Identify and discuss workgroup application software for business teams
- Explain the impact information technology has on the economy
1. e-commerce & m-commerce: Buying & Selling on the Web & Mobile Devices
E-commerce and m-commerce have transformed the way that organizations and consumers conduct business. Additional topics discussed in this lesson include B2B, B2C, C2C, and e-government.
2. Impact of e-Commerce and m-Commerce on Consumer Privacy and Fraud
There are a number of challenges in the world of e-commerce and m-commerce stemming from the ease of information exchange over the Internet. The issues discussed in this lesson include consumer privacy and fraud.
3. Electronic Payment Systems: Definition & Types
Electronic payment systems are a common way for businesses and consumers to exchange goods and services. In this lesson, we'll study the concept of an electronic payment system and identify the types of electronic payment methods used in the business field.
4. What is Business-to-Consumer E-Commerce? - Definition & Examples
Business-to-consumer E-commerce has changed the way customers buy products from stores and businesses. This lesson discusses the benefits of business-to-consumer E-commerce. A short quiz follows the lesson.
5. What is Business-to-Business E-Commerce? - Definition & Examples
Some businesses primarily serve other businesses instead of consumers, and business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce has become an increasingly important means of providing that service. In this lesson, you'll learn about B2B e-commerce.
6. What Are E-Procurement & E-Marketplaces?
Procurement is part of the traditional business process, but procurement options have changed. This lesson examines two fundamental concepts found in the area of electronic business: e-procurement and e-marketplace.
7. E-Businesses: Types & Examples
The post-WWII technology boom, specifically the Internet, has changed business incredibly. It's created new businesses and changed how existing businesses operate. In this lesson, we'll discuss how that has occurred and look at some examples.
8. Transaction Processing Systems: Application & Examples
In this lesson, we'll take a look at transaction processing systems, what they are, why transactions are significant, some applications, and examples of transactions.
9. What is Relationship Marketing? - Definition & Strategies
Relationship marketing is a buyer-friendly approach to business. In this lesson, you'll learn what relationship marketing is as well as look at some related strategies.
10. What is a Marketing Information System? - Definition, Benefits & Example
Marketing information systems are important tools that help marketing managers and business owners make decisions about product development and promotional activities. In this lesson, you'll learn why they are important and look at some real-life ways companies use them.
11. Human Resource Information Systems: Costs & Benefits to Employees, HR and Organizations
While we may be heading to a 'paperless' office, the amount of information handled by HR professionals seems to keep growing. In this lesson, you'll learn about human resource information systems and how they can help with information management.
12. What Is a Computerized Accounting System? - Types, Advantages & Disadvantages
This lesson explains what a computerized accounting system is, how a company selects a system, and what the advantages and disadvantages of computerized accounting systems are.
13. Workgroup Application Software for Business Teams
Many activities in organizations are carried out by workgroups. Learn about specialized workgroup software that makes it easier for members to communicate and collaborate more effectively in this video lesson.
14. Group Decision Support Systems (GDSS): Improving the Group-Decision-Making Environment
A Group Decision Support System, or GDSS, consists of interactive software that allows for making decisions by a group of participants. Learn about some of the tools used in a GDSS.
15. Information Technology: Impact on the Economy
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