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  • 1.-Evolution of an E-Tailing

2. INTRODUCTION Core Area : E- Retailing Business Founder: Jeff Bezos Headquartered: Seattle, Washington, United States. Deals in : Retail, Consumer Electronics & Digital content Current Net worth: $100 billion, 2012 Revenue in 2012: $48 billion Subsidiary Ventures: Computing Services, Content Production, Amazon local, Amazon wireless services 3. HISTORY OF FUTURE The company was founded in Bezos' garage in Bellevue, Washington. "Amazon" name was chosen because it was a place that was "exotic and different" and it was one of the biggest rivers in the world, as he hoped his company would be. In July 1995, the company began service and sold its first book on Amazon.com: Douglas Hofstadter's Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies: Computer Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Thought In October 1995, the company announced itself to the public. It finally turned its first profit in the fourth quarter of 2001: $5 million (i.e., 1 per share), on revenues of more than $1 billion 4. THE IDEA HE CASHED IN..... Look at e-retailing. The key trade that we make is that we trade real estate for technology. Real estate is the key cost of physical retailers. Thats why theres the old saw: location, location, location. Real estate gets more expensive every year, and technology gets cheaper every year. And it gets cheaper fast. - By Jeff Bezos 5. REVENUE MODELSSales revenue modelTransaction fee revenue modelSubscription revenue modelAdvertising revenue modelAffiliate revenue model 6. THE AMAZONS BUSINESS MODEL 7. JOURNEY FROM BOOK-TAILER TO CROSS SELLER In addition, as a product, books were easy to ship since they were not bulky, they represented a low value (and risk) item Amazon wanted to get a greater share of each customers overall shopping basketEconomies of ScaleForever Small Blessings of the wall street 8. CROSS SELLING: PRODUCT DIVERSIFICATION 9. CHALLENGES FACED BY THE UNCHALLENGED BrandNew products complexitiesAmazon.comCompetitionCost of Complexities 10. OTHER VENTURES 11. CUSTOMER REVIEW METHODLOGY Amazon allows users to submit reviews to the web page of each product. Reviewers must rate the product on a rating scale from one to five stars. Amazon provides a badging option for reviewers which indicate the real name of the reviewer or which indicate that the reviewer is one of the top reviewers by popularity. 12. CONTENT SEARCH Search Inside the Book" is a feature which allows customers to search for keywords in the full text of many books in the catalogue..There are currently about 300,000 books in the program. Amazon has cooperated with around 130 publishers to allow users to perform these searches. 13. AMAZON SALES RANK The Amazon sales rank (ASR) provides an indication of the popularity of a product sold on any Amazon locale. It is a relative indicator of popularity that is updated hourly. Effectively, it is a "best sellers list" for the millions of products stocked by Amazon 14. AMAZON TECHNOLOGY The core technology that keeps Amazon running is Linux-based. As of 2005, Amazon had the worlds three largest Linux databases, with capacities of 7.8 TB, 18.5 TB, and 24.7 TB. The central data warehouse of Amazon is made of 28 Hewlett Packard servers with four CPUs per node running Oracle database software. Amazon employs Netscape Secure Commerce Server using the Secure Socket Layer protocol which stores all credit card details in a separate database. 15. MULTI- LEVEL SALES STRATEGY Amazon started off by focusing on Business-to-Consumer relationships between itself and its customers, and Business-to-Business relationships between itself and its suppliers but it then moved to incorporate Customerto-Business transactions as it realized the value of customer reviews as part of the product descriptions. Some other large e-commerce sellers use Amazon to sell their products in addition to selling them through their own websites. 16. PROMOTION STRATEGIES Online advertisingSponsored searchPromotion StrategiesPortal advertisingE-mail campaigns 17. STRENGTH 18. WEAKNESS 19. Opportunities 20. THREATS