5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Electronic Payments
- Domain Name
- a The conditions which determine a company's ability to make a profit after their expenses are deducted from their income from sales. Variables include overhead such expenses as facility, equipment, inventory, distribution and wages. E-Commerce businesses have improved their overall profitability through the increased productivity achieved through the speed of the internet and the ability to eliminate intermediary costs.
- b a web address; locates an organization or other entity on the Internet. Domain names are used in URLs to identify particular Web pages. For example, in the URL-- http://www.stewsnews.com/actors/bradpitt.html, the domain name is stewsnews.com.
- c A payment that is transmitted electronically either over the telephone line, or between Web sites on the Internet. Four types of electronic payments are:
- d a schedule of duties (taxes) imposed by a government on imported goods or in some countries exported goods
- e The use of sophisticated phone systems to conduct meetings with multiple persons at remote locations.
5 Multiple choice questions
- the act of becoming worldwide in scope or application
- an organization or business which conducts electronic commerce with nations around the globe; any business that has a storefront on the Web and has the mechanisms in place to sell and ship to countries other than its own.
- A term that refers to immediate processing of an online purchase.
- The process of using a financial formula (incorporating current exchange rates) to convert a given amount of one currency to its equivalent value in another currency.
- include sales taxes, use taxes, and excise taxes, are levied on the products or services that the business sells; the sales tax issue is probably one of the most immediate concerns of e-businesses today.
5 True/False questions
Electronic Wallets → A file on a seller's web site that contains buyer information such as buyer name, credit card information, and shipping requirements/preferences.
Instantaneous Response → an organization or business which conducts electronic commerce with nations around the globe; any business that has a storefront on the Web and has the mechanisms in place to sell and ship to countries other than its own.
Payment Gateways → taxes that are levied by national, state, and local governments on the net income generated by business activities; one of the greatest taxation concerns faced by international e-businesses.
Exchange rate → An encrypted representation of a paper check. Checks are written and sent electronically.
Direct Distribution Channels → Channels of distribution that require an intermediary such as a retail distributor to add value between the manufacturer and the consumer. The ability to buy online directly from the manufacturer has eliminated the need for Indirect Distribution Channels.