E-Commerce Models

DUE IN 48 HOURS

THE ASSIGNMENT IS ATTACHED.. MOST FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS AND RUBRIC FOR EACH QUESTION..

ARTICLE: TYPES OF ECOMMERCE BUSINESS MODELS, PROS, AND CONS

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Types of eCommerce Business Models, Pros, and Cons

Bhalla, P. (2017, December 5). Types of eCommerce business models, pros, and cons [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://www.kartrocket.com/blog/ecommerce-business-models-types-pros-cons/

Time Estimate: 4 min

VIDEO: E-COMMERCE: BUSINESS MODELS (13:13)

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E-Commerce: Business Models

Chen, M. (2013, November 4). E-commerce: Business models [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DW6Bg_BjeWQ

WEBSITE: WHAT IS ECOMMERCE?

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What Is eCommerce?

Ecommerce Guide. (2018). What is ecommerce? Retrieved from https://ecommerceguide.com/guides/what-is-ecommerce/

Time Estimate: 23 min

ARTICLE: TYPES OF E-COMMERCE

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Types of e-Commerce

Fernandes, J. (2014, October 5). Types of e-commerce [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://bloomidea.com/en/blog/types-e-commerce

Time Estimate: 5 min

VIDEO: MAJOR TYPES OF E-COMMERCE (6:39)

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Major Types of e-Commerce

Hasan, M. (2013, November 12). Major types of e-commerce [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAyit_s9eY0

ARTICLE: E-COMMERCE (ELECTRONIC COMMERCE OR EC)

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E-Commerce (Electronic Commerce or EC)

What is e-commerce (electronic commerce)? – Definition from WhatIs.com

This definition explains the meaning of e-commerce, or electronic commerce, and how it has impacted the traditio…

Rouse, M. (2018). E-commerce (electronic commerce or EC). Retrieved from https://searchcio.techtarget.com/definition/e-commerce

Time Estimate: 8 min

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IS3002: Major E-Commerce Business Models: Analyze major e-commerce business models and key components of their information technology infrastructure

Written Response Submission Form

Your Name: First and last

Your E-Mail Address: Your email here

Instructions

Write your responses where it reads “Enter your response here.” Write as much as needed to satisfy the requirements indicated. Each item contains the Rubric, which will be used to evaluate your responses.

Item 1

Explain e-business, e-commerce, and their main features. Your response should be 75 words (1 paragraph). Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

Your Response

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Rubric

Module 1: E-Commerce Models
0Not Present1Needs Improvement2Meets Expectations
Explain e-businesse-commerce, and their main features.LO1.1: Describe features of e-commerceResponse is missing.Explanation of e-business, e-commerce, and their main features is vague, inaccurate, and/or incomplete.Response provides a clear, accurate, and complete explanation of e-business, e-commerce, and their main features.

Item 2

Compare three major e-commerce business models. Your response should be 225 words (3 paragraphs). Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

Your Response

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Rubric

Module 1: E-Commerce Models
0Not Present1Needs Improvement2Meets Expectations
Compare three major e-commerce business models.LO1.2.1: Analyze the characteristics of various e-commerce modelsResponse is not present.Analysis comparing three major e-commerce business models is vague, inaccurate, and/or incomplete.Response provides a clear, accurate, and complete analysis comparing three major e-commerce business models.

Item 3

For each of the e-commerce business models you selected in Item 2, provide an example of a scenario in which the selected business model would be most appropriate and explain why. Additionally, provide an example scenario for each business model that would not be appropriate and explain why. Your response should be 225–375 words (3–5 paragraphs). Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

Your Response

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RubricModule 1: E-Commerce Models0Not Present1Needs Improvement2Meets ExpectationsFor each of the e-commerce business models you selected in Item 2, provide an example of a scenario in which the selected business model would be most appropriate and explain why.LO1.2.2: Analyze the characteristics of various e-commerce modelsResponse is not present.Examples of scenarios in which each of the e-commerce business models you selected would be most appropriate, including why, is vague, inaccurate, and/or incomplete.Response provides clear, accurate, and complete examples of scenarios in which each of the e-commerce business models you selected would be most appropriate, including why.For each of the e-commerce business models you selected in Item 2, provide an example scenario for each business model that would not be appropriate and explain why.LO1.2.3: Analyze the characteristics of various e-commerce modelsResponse is not present.Examples of scenarios in which each of the e-commerce business models you selected would not be appropriate, including why, is vague, inaccurate, and/or incomplete.Response provides clear, accurate, and complete examples of scenarios in which each of the e-commerce business models you selected would not be appropriate, including why.

Item 4

For each model you identified in Item 2, identify the information technology components required to enable their organizational function. Your response should be 225 words (3 paragraphs). Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

Your Response

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Rubric

Module 1: E-Commerce Models
0Not Present1Needs Improvement2Meets Expectations
For each model you identified in Item 2, identify the information technology components required to enable their organizational function.LO1.2.4: Analyze the characteristics of various e-commerce modelsResponse is not present.Identification of the information technology components required to enable the organizational function for each model you identified in Item 2 is vague, inaccurate, and/or incomplete.Response provides a clear, accurate, and complete identification of the information technology components required to enable the organizational function for each model you identified in Item 2.

Item 5

Select two businesses that utilize different e-commerce business models and analyze how they demonstrate the use of the information technology components that enable their business. Your response should be 225–300 words (3–4 paragraphs) total. Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

Your Response

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Rubric

Module 1: E-Commerce Models
0Not Present1Needs Improvement2Meets Expectations
Select two businesses that utilize different e-commerce business models and analyze how they demonstrate the use of the information technology components that enable their business.LO1.2.5: Analyze the characteristics of various e-commerce modelsResponse is not present.Analysis of how the two businesses that utilize different e-commerce business models demonstrate the use of the information technology components that enable their business is vague, inaccurate, and/or incomplete.Response provides a clear, accurate, and complete analysis of how the two businesses that utilize different e-commerce business models demonstrate the use of the information technology components that enable their business.

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Item 6

For each business you selected in Item 5, analyze the following:

· How customer relationship management (CRM) would be applied for each business

· Your response should be 75–150 words (1–2 paragraphs).

· How supply chain management (SCM) would be applied for each business

· Your response should be 75–150 words (1–2 paragraphs).

· The purpose of e-collaboration in supporting each business’s operations

· Your response should be 75–150 words (1–2 paragraphs).

Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

Your Response

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Rubric

Module 2: IT Systems for Internet-Based Companies
0Not Present1Needs Improvement2Meets Expectations
Analyze how customer relationship management (CRM) would be applied for each business.LO2.1: Analyze functionality of information systems that enable customer relationship managementResponse is not present.Analysis of how customer relationship management (CRM) would be applied for each business is vague, inaccurate, and/or incomplete.Response provides a clear, accurate, and complete analysis of how customer relationship management (CRM) would be applied for each business.
Analyze how supply chain management (SCM) would be applied for each business.LO2.2: Analyze the functionality of information systems that enable supply chain managementResponse is not present.Analysis of how supply chain management (SCM) would be applied for each business is vague, inaccurate, and/or incomplete.Response provides a clear, accurate, and complete analysis of how supply chain management (SCM) would be applied for each business.
Analyze the purpose of e-collaboration in supporting each business’s operations.LO2.3: Appraise the purpose of e-collaboration to support e-business operationsResponse is not present.Analysis of the purpose of e-collaboration in supporting each business’s operations is vague, inaccurate, and/or incomplete.Response provides a clear, accurate, and complete analysis of the purpose of e-collaboration in supporting each business’s operations.

References

Provide a citation for each resource you used to write your response to this Assessment. A sample citation is provided below:

Duggan, T. (n.d.). Supply chain management vs. customer relationship management. Retrieved February 1, 2019, from https://smallbusiness.chron.com/supply-chain-management-vs-customer-relationship-management-10231.html

Professional Skills Assessment

In this Competency Assessment, you will be assessed on the following Professional Skills: Written Communication, Information Literacy, and Inquiry & Analysis. These skills count toward your achievement of the Competency and the Professional Skills.

Professional Skills Assessment0Not Present1Needs Improvement2Meets Expectations
Written Communication: Write with clarity, coherence, and purpose.
LO1: Construct complete and correct sentences (AWE 2; Sentence Level Skills)Sentences are incoherent and impede reader’s access to ideas.Sentences are incomplete and/or include fragments and run-on sentences, limiting reader’s access to ideas.Sentence structure effectively conveys meaning to the reader.
LO2: Demonstrate the effective use of grammar and mechanics (AWE 2; Sentence Level Skills)Multiple inaccuracies in grammar and mechanics impede reader’s access to ideas.Some inaccuracies in grammar and mechanics limit reader’s access to ideas.Use of grammar and mechanics is straightforward and effectively conveys meaning to reader.
LO3: Create cohesive paragraphs with a clear central idea (AWE 2; Paragraph Level Skills)Paragraphs, or lack of paragraphs, impede reader’s access to ideas.Construction of main idea and/or supporting paragraphs limit reader’s access to ideas.Main idea and/or supporting paragraphs effectively convey meaning to reader.
LO4: Use supporting material to support a claim (AWE 2; Use of Evidence)Supporting materials are not present.Supporting material is used inconsistently or inappropriately.Supporting material is used to enhance meaning. Writing is appropriately paraphrased and uses direct quotes as applicable.
LO5: Demonstrate appropriate essay level writing skills, providing transitions between an introduction, body, and conclusion (AWE 2; Essay Level Skills)Ideas are disorganized with no/poor transitions.Ideas are loosely organized with unclear paragraphing and transitions.Ideas are organized with cohesive transitions.
LO6: Identify sources (AWE 2; Credit to source)Sources are missing.Writing inconsistently identifies or misrepresents sources.Writing clearly identifies the source of nonoriginal material and/or ideas.
Information Literacy: Apply strategies to evaluate information in order to effectively analyze issues and make decisions.
LO1: Identify and locate credible sourcesNo sources or non-credible sources are present. Sources are inconsistently credible, appropriate, and relevant to the topic and/or assessment.Sources are mostly credible, appropriate, and relevant to the topic and/or assessment. 
LO2: Analyze information sourcesAnalysis is not present. Analysis superficially applies aspects of sources that are most relevant to the topic and/or assessment and/or analysis is unclear. Analysis thoroughly and clearly applies aspects of sources that are most relevant to the topic and/or assessment.  
Inquiry & Analysis: Apply strategies to identify, frame, and evaluate problems.
LO1: Identify a problem or question in a selected area of studyNo problem or question is presented.The problem or question is vague or inappropriate to the selected field of study.The problem or question is clearly stated in a form appropriate to the selected field of study.
LO2: Use a logical organizing principle to identify the key parts or elements of a problem or question in a selected field of studyElements or parts of the problem or question are not presented.Elements or parts of the problem or question are presented in a disorganized manner.Elements or parts of the problem or question are presented in an organized manner.

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Mastery Rubric

In order to achieve mastery of this Competency, you must achieve a “2” on every rubric row in addition to meeting the additional expectation indicated in the Mastery Rubric.

Mastery RubricNoYes
Exceeds Expectations: In-Depth Analysis: Explores issues/objects/works through the collection and analysis of evidence that result in informed conclusions/ judgments.
LO1: Analyze multiple, relevant sources and examples to analyze major e-commerce business models and key components of their information technology infrastructure.Responses to the items do not consistently integrate information from relevant sources and examples to analyze major e-commerce business models and key components of their information technology infrastructure.Responses to the items consistently integrates information from relevant sources and examples analyze major e-commerce business models and key components of their information technology infrastructure.

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