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Data services leveraging Bing's data assets

Kaushik Chakrabarti, Surajit Chaudhuri, Zhimin Chen, Kris Ganjam, Yeye He
2016 IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin  
Web search engines like Bing and Google have amassed a tremendous amount of data assets. These include query-click logs, web crawl corpus, an entity knowledge graph and geographic/maps data.  ...  We describe two such data services we have built over the past few years: synonym service and web table service.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Tao Cheng, Dong Xin and Venkatesh Ganti for their core research contributions to the Synonym project.  ... 
dblp:journals/debu/ChakrabartiCCGH16 fatcat:jl5xkuojmbeohnsclxnhtzs4oq

Internet positioning and performance of e-tailers: An empirical analysis

Carlos Serrano-Cinca, Yolanda Fuertes-Callén, Begoña Gutiérrez-Nieto
2010 Electronic Commerce Research and Applications  
Using a sample of 138 US webbased businesses and 20 positioning variables, the paper analyzes the visibility of e-tailers' web pages, their relevance in search engines, their reputation in shopping portals  ...  The results identify two kinds of Internet positioning: people-based and search engine-based.  ...  On the other hand, as associates add links on their web sites to the seller's web site, e-tailers not only increase their sales, but they also achieve greater visibility for search engines, thereby producing  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.elerap.2009.09.001 fatcat:l5m4nzu7ovda5cpus3tfmtxwjy


V. P. Rindova, S. Kotha
2001 Academy of Management Journal  
used its human assets-the surfers-both to create the inputs for the basic search service and to gather market and competitive intelligence.  ...  The end product appears to be a next generation search-and-retrieval text engine, which is uniquely suited for the burgeoning online service market.  ...  Suresh Kotha ( is an associate professor of strategy and e-business at the School of Business Administration, University of Washington.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3069400 fatcat:ys6q45wlkjdatcbj7unj2lliz4

Multi-Channels: The Real Winners in the B2C Internet Wars

Vijay Vishwanath, Gerry Mulvin
2001 Business Strategy Review  
Multi-channel retailers are most successful when they define distinct roles for each channel, use the Web creatively as a customer acquisition tool, and work hard at converting browsers to buyers.  ...  They conclude that, for retailers, the key to making the most of the Internet is to correctly determine its strategic role in relation to other channels and invest to play that role excellently.  ...  In the case of stockouts or backorders, it is better to give shoppers the bad news before they submit an order than to send a follow-up e-mail, as some e-tailers do.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-8616.00163 fatcat:tuqdbge2tjf4zpukhad5f52cke

Online shopping portals: an option for traditional retailers?

Aileen Kennedy, Joseph Coughlan
2006 International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management  
Findings -Using a shopping portal delivers several benefits to traditional retailers in terms of marketing synergies, site traffic generation, access to web site management and fulfilment services, and  ...  Originality/value -This paper expands the literature on the phenomenon of the online portal by demonstrating its potential as a mechanism for traditional retailers to engage in electronic retailing.  ...  Buy4Now also has plans to further invest in search engine marketing which should generate additional traffic for the portal and individual partners [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1108/09590550610673590 fatcat:wb5tm6gbhvanhem7pyyjqwtkji

29th International Conference on Data Engineering [book of abstracts]

2013 2013 IEEE 29th International Conference on Data Engineering Workshops (ICDEW)  
oDeon ConCorDe seminar 2: Big Data Integration (p.38) Industry 1 (p.39) Invited Talk: Big Data Analytics at Facebook Invited Paper: Data Services for E-tailers Leveraging Search Engine Assets  ...  Invited Paper: Data services for e-tailers leveraging search engine assets Tao Cheng, Kaushik Chakrabarti, Surajit Chaudhuri, Vivek Narasayya, Manoj Syamala (Microsoft Research) Retail is increasingly  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdew.2013.6547409 fatcat:wadzpuh3b5htli4mgb4jreoika

Customer and Service Management: Utilizing CRM to Drive Value to the Customer [chapter]

2002 Introduction to e-Supply Chain Management  
Afterwards, strategies for the use of thirdparty logistics services are reviewed.  ...  Key topics detailed are utilization of the Internet for marketing and sales, Web applications targeted at activating e-commerce possibilities with customers and integrating supplier networks, and the possibilities  ...  As illustrated in Figure 1. 3, e-SCM facilitates the transfer of multiple levels of product and service data that simultaneously generate value for customers as well as for each node in the supply chain  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420025415-11 fatcat:dhptcodo2jge7dz2by36m53o4a

E-Traveling via Information Technology

Alan D. Smith, William T. Rupp
2004 Services Marketing Quarterly  
These systems initially allowed travel agents to search for flights electronically. Now the customer is empowered to follow the lines of disintermediation and bypass the travel agent entirely.  ...  In essence, the hospitality industries in general (hotels, airlines, car rental companies, and other travel services) are providing information and reservation systems directly to end consumers, entirely  ...  This situation certainly exists as e-commerce firms gather huge amounts of data of customer's information searches on the Web and actual online purchases.  ... 
doi:10.1300/j396v25n04_05 fatcat:ocz45yajsjempmtyva7gwovzfy

Building a Platform of Business Model 2.0 to Creating Real Business Value with Web 2.0 for Web Information Services Industry

Te Fu Chen
2009 International Journal of Electronic Business Management  
This paper presents a theoretically grounded and practical approach to designing viable business models 2.0 to creating real business value with web 2.0 for web information services industry, the model  ...  The study is aimed to facilitate the cooperation of industries, government and academics to create a platform of web 2.0 business model, it is for promoting service industry such as travelling and Online  ...  The argument is they did this by leveraging user contributions, offering open Web services for others to integrate with, building hard to recreate data sources, etc.  ... 
dblp:journals/ijebm/Chen09 fatcat:goid3log6zehjimpqo7pfuqdkq

E-Business and Supply Chain Management: An Overview and Framework

M. Eric Johnson, Seungjin Whang
2003 Social Science Research Network  
We classify the work into three major categories: e-commerce, e-procurement, and e-collaboration. (  ...  organizations are all dissolving on the web.  ...  For example, Agile looks at the role of collaboratively managing product design and engineering changes over the web; Extricity looks at software designed to aid in information integration between enterprise  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.385540 fatcat:wwyqbtntobaw5csjwcemrbacti


2009 Production and operations management  
We classify the work into three major categories: e-commerce, e-procurement, and e-collaboration. (  ...  organizations are all dissolving on the web.  ...  For example, Agile looks at the role of collaboratively managing product design and engineering changes over the web; Extricity looks at software designed to aid in information integration between enterprise  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1937-5956.2002.tb00469.x fatcat:cqtgixf7uvcg7dpqqhpmdjf3am

Embarking on E-Business at Ducati Motorcycles (Italy)

Tawfik Jelassi, Stefanie Leenen
2001 European Conference on Information Systems  
It then focuses on the company's e-business strategy and the capabilities offered by Ducati Internet web site.  ...  products and services).  ...  In case of a dealer rejection, the customer had to search for another dealer.13 The Ducati web site offers the service of an online Euro conversion.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/TS01 fatcat:ssp4hfbnsbgcncukncq5jzfsxi

International Market Entry Strategies: Relational, Digital, and Hybrid Approaches

George F. Watson, Scott Weaven, Helen Perkins, Deepak Sardana, Robert W. Palmatier
2018 Journal of International Marketing  
of the evolution of IME research; (2) a review and synthesis of pertinent literature that adopts relational, digital, and hybrid approaches to IME; (3) a taxonomy of IME strategies; and (4) directions for  ...  ," "world wide web," "web 2.0," "m-commerce," "mobile commerce," "e-commerce," "electronic commerce," "e-retailing," "mobile," "wireless," and "smartphone."  ...  commercial engines.  ... 
doi:10.1509/jim.17.0034 fatcat:enavdhq4pbaq7d7ze52pnb2yfi

E-business In Apparel Retailing Industry - Critical Issues

Virpi Kristiina Tuunainen, Matti Rossi
2002 European Conference on Information Systems  
There are still a number of unresolved problems related both to consumer-oriented e-commerce in general and to apparel industry in particular.  ...  We try to develop a framework for choosing the right technology and development options based on the business model and business orientation chosen.  ... utilizes various search engines and plans to start banner advertising. Also direct, personalized e-mail is used together with customer data from the growing customer database.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/TuunainenR02 fatcat:zzinre7szzfkjmalpplfilkcwe

Social Media: A New Frontier for Retailers? [chapter]

Efthymios Constantinides, Carlota Lorenzo Romero, Miguel A. Gómez Boria
2008 European Retail Research  
strategies for retailers.  ...  The web, and particularly what is known as Social Media or Web 2.0, have given consumers much more control, information and power over the market process, posing retailers with a number of important dilemmas  ...  -Data Feeds (RSS, ATOM, HML, JS). -Podcasts/Vodcasts. -Search (semantic).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-8349-8099-1_1 fatcat:nwklqmrexbavre4tu2gmch54mm
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