FIELD REPORT: E-BUSINESS ESSENTIALS: JOB 1--SOME OF THE THINGS WE LEARNED IN LAS VEGAS
- Smaller suppliers to use e-tools when necessary. Begin, Sherri // Rubber & Plastics News;8/26/2002, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p22
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- Carmakers accused of Internet `price secrecy'. Ostle, Dorothee // Automotive News Europe;12/06/99, Vol. 4 Issue 25, p14
Focuses on a study which showed that carmakers have failed to exploit the Internet's potential as a tool to create business opportunities in Europe. Criteria used in the study; How the study recognized car price information; Results of the study.
- Electronic Communications. // Automotive Industries;Jul99 Supplement, Vol. 179 Issue 7, p16
Provides information on a survey which examined electronic commerce activities in the automobile industry. Primary responsibility for developing electronic communications strategy; Two incentive for automobile respondents to implement electronic commerce; Companies that are recognized as...
- The Risks of E-Business. Andrea, David // Automotive Industries;Feb2000, Vol. 180 Issue 2, p115
Discusses the business-to-business electronic commerce strategy in the automobile industry. Risk of the electronic business to the industry; Details on the major economic pillars of the industry; Opportunity of automobile suppliers to leverage Internet resources.
- Now You're A Commodity. Brooke, Lindsay // Automotive Industries;Jun2000, Vol. 180 Issue 6, p36
Discusses some of the suppliers' concerns on the online purchasing process of automotive companies in the United States. Benefits of doing business online to automotive companies; Explanation on the definition of commodities; Difference between true commodities and engineered commodities. ...
- Makers use Web to help design cars. Halliday, Jean // Automotive News;2/7/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5860, p22
Reports on the decision of automobile manufacturers to conduct new-product research through online clinics that gather information on consumer reaction to upcoming products. Comment from General Motors electronic commerce unit President Mark Hogan; Development of Xterra sport-utility vehicle by...
- Secrets are safe, suppliers told. Kisiel, Ralph // Automotive News;3/20/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5866, p3
Reports the development of an online purchasing exchange by Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp. and DaimlerChrysler Corp. in the United States. Benefit of using the exchange; Improvement of communications with the supplier community; Emphasis of exchange functions on purchasing and...
- Cobalt secures $15 million. // Automotive News;11/13/2000, Vol. 75 Issue 5903, p22
Focuses on issues related to the online businesses of the automobile industry in the United States. Generation of investments by the Cobalt Group to finance the development of its electronic business products and services; Details of the study indicating the adoption of trade exchanges by...
- Dot-com hysteria sobering for automakers. Miel, Rhoda // Plastics News;10/15/2001, Vol. 13 Issue 33, p36
Reports on the approach of automotive makers toward electronic commerce in North America. Coordination of technology and product offerings; Separation of the standard operations best handled by the industry as a whole; Change of the culture within the supply community.
- Covisint gives on-site help to clients. Kisiel, Ralph // Automotive News;10/2/2000, Vol. 75 Issue 5897, p6
Reports the establishment of Covisint, an electronic marketplace, by Ford Motor Corp., DaimlerChrysler and General Motors in the United States. Impact of the service on the automobile trade and industry; Concern over the absence of a permanent Covisint chief executive officer and employees;...