Engineering-Related E-Commerceby Richard Kendall Miller
E-commerce is increasing dramatically in all market sectors. Business-to-business e-commerce transactions were $43 billion in 1998, and are expected to increase to $1.3 trillion by 2003. This will exceed business-to-consumer e-commerce by a factor of ten! While much has been published on consumer and general business-to-business e-commerce, specific market information on the business opportunities of engineering-related e-commerce is virtually non-existent. This handbook is designed to fill this void by presenting information derived from surveys of marketing executives involved in e-commerce in various engineering-related service and product market sectors.
Information for each sector includes: how websites are working for engineering product and services companies; website-related revenues and marketing strategies; current and projected e-commerce revenues; identification of niche opportunities; identification of leaders in e-commerce; impact and opportunities for distributors; and expected future advances.
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