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A framework for the selection of electronic marketplaces: a content analysis approach

Rosemary Stockdale, Craig Standing
2002 Internet Research  
In some cases due to the dynamic and evolving environment of electronic trading, there can be a reluctance on the part of buyers and suppliers to participate in e-marketplaces.  ...  A framework to support electronic marketplace related decision making is proposed, which is based within the contexts of business drivers, internal company issues and emarketplace facilitators.  ...  Conclusions The rapidly evolving environment of the electronic marketplace raises many issues that affect the ability of companies to gain the benefits of participation.  ... 
doi:10.1108/10662240210430900 fatcat:7rpqm4q5ujewzpojz5wo5olhyi

Combining the rational and relational perspectives of electronic trading

Eduardo Redondo, Elizabeth Daniel, John Ward
2009 European Journal of Information Systems  
The dyads studied covered both traditional electronic data interchange systems and newer e-marketplace environments.  ...  This research explores how the use of inter-organisational systems (IOS) both affects, and is affected by, the relationships between trading partners.  ...  closer, strategic benefits have not yet been realised.  ... 
doi:10.1057/ejis.2008.61 fatcat:xedf44ze7jhe3ey2ybesn6v54q

Market Makers' Recognition of Key Success Factors in Electronic Marketplaces

Rosemary Stockdale, Craig Standing
2003 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
This study examines the recognition and use of critical success factors by market makers in electronic marketplaces.  ...  Evidence of market makers' awareness of the success factors was found in all the sites although there remain questions and issues to be addressed.  ...  participating buyers/sellers will influence the level of these benefits that can be realised by the participants of a particular marketplace.  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v10i2.150 fatcat:icvesvx5yzhjpllpokrloguexu

Strategic alliances and shared IS/IT infrastructrues in b2b marketplaces: an exploratory case

Philip O'Reilly, Pat Finnegan
2004 European Conference on Information Systems  
In the late 1990's researchers believed that B2B markets were set to revolutionise e-procurement.  ...  The results demonstrate that both markets benefited from this technology alliance and that Eutilia achieved significant performance improvements.  ...  A case study of a leading European utilities marketplace is used to explore how such an alliance may affect electronic marketplaces.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/OReillyF04 fatcat:5rj4ur4knbgxlezah4g3mlb7qm

Framework for Participants' Recognition of Key Success Factors in Electronic Marketplaces [chapter]

Rosemary Stockdale, Craig Standing
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The development of electronic marketplaces has been prolific in the last five years and the pressure for companies to participate, bcforc thcy have detennined how to recognise the benefits and pitfalls  ...  Electronic marketplaces were selectively chosen and analysed against key success factors, previously identified in the literature, to examine how market makers are recognising the issues they need to address  ...  benefits realisable by participants.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35692-1_20 fatcat:4x6cvj2jabce7ktrucxp3pvnoe

Electronic procurement applications and their impact on supplier relationship management

Stephan M. Wagner, Michael Essig
2006 International Journal of Services Technology and Management  
Different electronic procurement applications (private networks, electronic catalogues and electronic marketplaces) affect the relationship with suppliers in different ways depending on the transaction  ...  ), and the integration of suppliers in the innovation process.  ...  Where necessary, however, the use of electronic marketplaces can also make it easier to realise short-term cost benefits.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijstm.2006.011286 fatcat:qjxmgjl43vc33oggskg44ybvhe

The Relationship Between Electronic Marketplace Ownership and Performance: An Exploratory Study

Philip O'Reilly, Patrick Finnegan
2008 European Conference on Information Systems  
This paper explores the issue of ownership in electronic marketplaces and derives a broad, multi-faceted perspective of ownership, incorporating investor objectives and ownership structure, investor commitment  ...  in terms of the volumes traded on the electronic marketplace, electronic marketplace adoption levels and electronic marketplace revenues and profitability.  ...  Conceptualising Ownership It is evident that the issue of ownership has been used in the electronic marketplace literature to categorise electronic marketplaces based on ownership structure and bias, and  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/OReillyF08 fatcat:m6ipqwedu5gmlmcw5jx4ilxu5y

Regional e-marketplaces: towards a unified theoretical framework for assessing facilitators and inhibitors of success

Denise Gengatharen, Craig Standing
2004 European Conference on Information Systems  
It demonstrates how the constructs can be combined, refined and extended with insights from involvement in a REM in Western Australia and from content analysis of published case studies of e-marketplaces  ...  Regional electronic marketplaces (REMs) are currently one of the measures adopted by some local governments and regional organizations to improve uptake of e-commerce by small and medium enterprises (SMEs  ...  Integrated Theoretical Framework of Factors Affecting SME-REM Success The framework is then used to examine how the issues affecting success are treated in case studies of e-marketplaces and e-marketplace  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/GengatharenS04 fatcat:w2oiu54u3jhjvlgofkortrcsay

A framework to assess the factors affecting success or failure of the implementation of government-supported regional e-marketplaces for SMEs

Denise E Gengatharen, Craig Standing
2005 European Journal of Information Systems  
Regional electronic marketplaces (REMs) have been used to promote ecommerce uptake by small and medium enterprises (SMEs).  ...  approach to REM development; and ensuring REM benefits are understood by SMEs.  ...  Craig is currently managing a number of funded research projects related to electronic marketplaces.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.ejis.3000551 fatcat:aifix6v3rvgnznf4uc7245qn5m

Purchasing Consortia and Electronic Markets - A Procurement Direction in Integrated Supply Chain Management

Bernd Huber, Edward Sweeney, Austin Smyth
2004 Electronic Markets  
Based on the exploration of academic literature and two surveys among purchasing organisations as well as e-Marketplaces / procurement service providers (PSPs) in the automotive and electronics industry  ...  sectors, the research methodology follows a positivistic approach in order to assess the overall statement: 'Effective participation in electronic purchasing consortia (EPC) can have the potential to  ...  E-Marketplaces / PSPs seem to have realised this potential and try to increase the offering of customised services in future.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10196780412331311739 fatcat:nmsnhen5ebfwdbx25abtx2pjmy

The adoption of consortium B2B e-marketplaces: An exploratory study

Andrew White, Elizabeth Daniel, John Ward, Hugh Wilson
2007 Journal of strategic information systems  
Despite the considerable number of electronic B2B marketplaces formed and the benefits cited as arising from their use, many have gone out of business.  ...  In particular, the factors identified provide those that operate such e-marketplaces with a detailed and actionable understanding of the issues they should address in order to survive, and provide users  ...  Intriguingly, this seemed an issue even in one of Eutilia's founders, which in an echo of some early B2C dot-com experience had appeared to invest out of a desire to realise a high share price from the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jsis.2007.01.004 fatcat:464uzk4daff3lhk7prz4sqizhe

Competition Policy Implications of Electronic Business-to-Business Marketplaces: Issues for Marketers

Andrew Pressey, John K. Ashton
2007 Social Science Research Network  
Electronic marketplaces (e-marketplaces) allow networks of buyers and sellers to conduct business online and to exchange information more efficiently using Internet technology.  ...  Potentially anticompetitive features of e-marketplaces are examined and guidance for firm conduct when creating or participating in an e-marketplace is offered.  ...  Benefits of e-marketplaces Potential cost savings are the most obvious benefit of e-marketplaces.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1011120 fatcat:mgvrl3ddwrhljmcqdeym6jxfxu

E-Marketplaces: Challenges for Policymakers. A View by DG Enterprise of the European Commission

C. Santos, M. Perogianni
2001 TATuP - Journal for Technology Assessment in Theory and Practice  
The European Commission has been long aware of the challenges and opportunities that the Internet, and more specifically electronic marketplaces, represent for European business and citizens.  ...  The article presents a brief history of e-marketplaces and analyses the success criteria for the rapid emergence of e-marketplaces over the last three years in practically every industrial sector.  ...  Other sectors may be less directly affected, but they can still realise advantages in going dig ital.  ... 
doi:10.14512/tatup.10.4.30 fatcat:5lskz4c4nfalbnasr6ymc7vxiq

B2B e-marketplaces in the airline industry: process drivers and performance indicators

Claudia Maria Wagner, Bernd Huber, Edward Sweeney, Austin Smyth
2005 International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications  
The financial involvement in or initiation of e-Marketplaces by airlines is very low. Low cost airlines show high use of e-Marketplaces, but demonstrate little financial involvement in contrast.  ...  This paper focuses on the level of efficiency improvements gained by using e-Marketplaces in the procurement process.  ...  While an e-Marketplace can be seen as an intermediary for realising those joint-purchasing benefits by enabling aggregate buying (Christiaanse and Kumar, 2000) , the awareness and adoption for electronic  ... 
doi:10.1080/13675560500407390 fatcat:ov36avyoa5fhfjk5yfe3odrg44

The impact of e-marketplace on the B2b relationships

Camillo Loro, Riccardo Mangiaracina
2021 Industrial management & data systems  
determining overall impacts of B2b e-marketplace, and as such should be considered by managers in their process of e-marketplace evaluation, selection and performance optimisation.  ...  , ranging from a cost reduction of 0.1% (€ 229.2k) in the base-case of 10% e-sales adoption, up to 0.9% (€ −2.2 M) in case of full e-marketplace adoption.Originality/valueThis study aims to shed light  ...  Thus, to realise the e-marketplace benefits, both retailers, wholesalers and potentially the e-marketplace providers will have to provide proper incentives to the manufacturers to cover for the increase  ... 
doi:10.1108/imds-11-2020-0651 fatcat:y6nsk3dxmrat5kt6mq3u6rpogm
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