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Ecommerce Fundamentals - Quiz

Each question is worth one point. Select the best answer or answers for each question

1. A textile company manufactures fabrics for office furniture. Their only customers are office furniture manufacturers. They want to create an e-commerce site to make it easier for customers to get information about inventory from their catalog and to place orders. What e-commerce model should they use?
Please select the best answer.
  A. B2C
  B. e-business
  C. B2B
  D. e-marketplace

2. What are the basic elements of e-commerce that make it distinct from traditional commerce?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Physical storefronts, overnight shipping, third party warehouses
  B. Web-based storefronts, secure websites, and electronic means of fulfillment through the supply chain
  C. Call centers, TV advertising
  D. Electronic data interchange, and secureity computer systems

3. Cycle-rama builds and sells high-end racing bicycles and mountain bikes. They also sell parts and accessories. To expand its customer base, Cylcle-rama wants to set up a B2C e-commerce Web site that allows customers to view their products, place orders, and download service manuals. What are the risks specific to e-commerce that Cycle-rama should consider when designing their e-commerce site?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Potential credit card fraud, copyright infringement, risks to privacy, complications with international customs duties, and security of data
  B. Potential credit card fraud, language barriers, interstate taxation, copyright infringement, and slow delivery
  C. Copyright infringement, language barriers, risks to privacy, delivery problems, and time zone restrictions
  D. Potential credit card fraud, copyright infringement, security of data, and merchandise shortages

4. Which of the following elements distinguish B2B e-commerce sites from B2C e-commerce sites?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. Sales and fulfillment
  B. Supply chain management
  C. Extranets
  D. Value-added resellers