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    Title: B2B電子商務夥伴關係管理關鍵結合力:探索性研究
    Measuring the Strength of Partner Relationship in B2B EC: An Exploratory Research
    Authors: 呂德璁
    Lu, De Tsung
    Contributors: 李有仁
    Li, Eldon
    Lu, De Tsung
    Keywords: 電子商務
    buyer-supplier relationship
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2016-05-06 16:37:21 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著資訊技術的崛起與發展,傳統的商業模式已經完全不同於以往,電子商務的興起已逐年快速蓬勃發展,這樣的新興商業模式無論是在B2B或是B2C的領域都讓企業運作變的更加有效率,並且為企業創造了更多的利潤,但除了資訊科技以外仍需其他革命性變革與創新才能造就如此欣欣向榮的環境,供應鏈管理即是極佳的例子,在供應鏈管理的運作之下的企業相互合作和共享資訊與資源,資訊科技扮演連接整個供應鏈的重要角色,並且讓供應鏈更加有效率的運作,這是B2B電子商務極致表現的一個相當好的範例,但企業之間的合作決計不僅僅只依靠資訊科技的連結而變的更有效率,企業需要的是尋找良好的廠商作為合作夥伴,本研究的目的就在於發掘出企業間建立夥伴關係中重要的因素,並嘗試將夥伴關係分級,如此一來夥伴關係管理將不只是空談,企業可以有效的評估合作的廠商並加以分級管理,夥伴關係管理的運作將為企業創造更多的價值。

    In the wake of information technology (IT), business model is taking a paradigm shift. Electronic commerce is an emerging business model that streamlines the operations of a business and results in efficiency and profitability. In addition to the increased dependency on information technology, changes in management will be needed to maximize the effects of electronic commerce. The concept of Supply Chain Management (SCM) tells management to utilize the new found capabilities of IT integration and information sharing between business partners. The concept reveals that a connection beside the tangible IT link should exist to bind a business with its suppliers and customers tightly. Businesses should have a good relationship with their business partners to increase the total revenue. In this research, we are trying to find the critical bonds between business partners. After identifying the bonds, we can use them to categorize partner relationships and differentiate the degree of integration between business partners.

    Keywords: EC, B2B, PRM, partner relation management, bond, buyer-supplier relationship
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