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A simple definition of E-business would be using the Internet to connect with customers, partners and suppliers. It can also be simply put as using the Internet for doing business and every

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What is E-business? Table of Contents WHAT IS E-BUSINESS? 1 TOC 2 INTRODUCTION 3 MEANING OF E-BUSINESS 3 CONCLUSION 4 BIBLIOGRAPHY 5 Introduction For task 2 I am going to find out what the term E-business means. I will use a variety of information sources to explain this term Meaning of E-business A simple definition of E-business would be using the Internet to connect with customers, partners and suppliers. It can also be simply put as using the Internet for doing business and every time a business uses the Internet to conduct business it's doing e-business. ...read more.

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* Using the company website to provide information on products or services * Using the internet for online banking or paying bills As you can see from this list not having a website doesn't necessarily mean that a company can't conduct e-business. For example sending emails about products or services does not require the company to have a website. However having a website would probably help companies sell their products. This is because it would advertise the company's products on the website and because the web is popular and with the use of search engines it would help raise sales. ...read more.

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By leveraging the power of speed and reach to new markets and customers" This quote shows that there isn't one clear definition on what the term e-business really means. It really depends on the size of the business and the industry nature to what certain companies may define e-business as. Conclusion In conclusion I have found out that e-business basically means conducting business over the internet. This doesn't necessarily mean that a company has to have a website though to do this as buying products over email or using the internet for research purposes also suggests that the company is conducting e-business. ...read more.

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