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eBusiness Solution - Quiz

Each question is worth one point. Select the best answer or answers for each question.
1. Which of the following market-drivers has contributed significantly to the rapid growth in Web-based eBusiness (choose all that apply)?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. The explosion of digital content
  B. The desire of companies to improve efficiency when executing business transactions
  C. The desire among marketing personnel to reach new markets without geographical limit
  D. The U.S. government began to use EFTs to speed critical organization-to-organization processes

2. Which of the following bodies are responsible for establishing standards that are important to Web-based eBusiness?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. ANSI
  B. EFF
  C. INTUG
  D. ISO

3. Which of the following items are traits of a successful B2C solution?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. Personalization
  B. Stickiness
  C. Supply webs
  D. Customer service capabilities

4. Much of the early adoption of eBusiness was in B2C solutions, but most of the financial promise is thought to be with B2B solutions. Why?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. B2C eBusiness is continually challenged and sometimes handicapped by the fickleness of its customer base.
  B. The monetary transaction values in B2B are higher than in B2C eBusiness.
  C. B2C businesses have to comply with many more technical standards that do B2B businesses.
  D. B2B businesses have a greater geographical reach than B2C businesses.

5. When selecting the elements of your eBusiness solution, you will have to choose from a wide range of proprietary and standards-based technologies. If you decide to go with a proprietary technology for one of those elements, what risks will you face?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. Having to choose from among an overwhelming range of third-party products
  B. The inability to find the necessary resources to customize your solution
  C. Steeper integration costs
  D. That your choice will become quickly outdated and therefore not interoperable with other products .