Test Bank For E-commerce 2018 14th Edition By Kenneth

Test Bank For E-commerce 2018 14th Edition By Kenneth

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Test Bank For E-commerce 2018 14th Edition By Kenneth

Chapter 1   The Revolution Is Just Beginning

1) E-commerce can be defined as:

  1. A) the use of the Internet, the Web, and mobile apps to transact business.
  2. B) the use of any Internet technologies in a firm’s daily activities.
  3. C) the digital enablement of transactions and processes within an organization.
  4. D) any digitally enabled transactions among individuals and organizations.

Answer:  A

Difficulty:  Easy

AACSB:  Application of knowledge

Learning Objective:  1.2: Define e-commerce, understand how e-commerce differs from e-business, identify the primary technological building blocks underlying e-commerce, and recognize major current themes in e-commerce.

 

2) Which of the following is an example of e-business?

  1. A) Amazon’s inventory control system
  2. B) the Amazon.com website
  3. C) an Amazon mobile app
  4. D) Amazon’s Pinterest page

Answer:  A

Difficulty:  Moderate

AACSB:  Application of knowledge

Learning Objective:  1.2: Define e-commerce, understand how e-commerce differs from e-business, identify the primary technological building blocks underlying e-commerce, and recognize major current themes in e-commerce.

 

3) Which of the following can be considered synonymous with the term e-commerce?

  1. A) e-business
  2. B) digital commerce
  3. C) the Internet
  4. D) the Web

Answer:  B

Difficulty:  Easy

AACSB:  Application of knowledge

Learning Objective:  1.2: Define e-commerce, understand how e-commerce differs from e-business, identify the primary technological building blocks underlying e-commerce, and recognize major current themes in e-commerce.

 

4) The term e-commerce refers to the digital enabling of business processes both inside and outside the firm.

Answer:  FALSE

Difficulty:  Moderate

AACSB:  Application of knowledge

Learning Objective:  1.2: Define e-commerce, understand how e-commerce differs from e-business, identify the primary technological building blocks underlying e-commerce, and recognize major current themes in e-commerce.

5) E-commerce and e-business systems blur together at the business firm boundary, where internal business systems link up with suppliers or customers.

Answer:  TRUE

Difficulty:  Easy

AACSB:  Information technology

Learning Objective:  1.2: Define e-commerce, understand how e-commerce differs from e-business, identify the primary technological building blocks underlying e-commerce, and recognize major current themes in e-commerce.

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