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AMAZON VS. WALMART: WHICH GIANT WILL DOMINATE E-COMMERCE?

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Transcript of AMAZON VS. WALMART: WHICH GIANT WILL DOMINATE E-COMMERCE?

Administration
&
Management
Accounting
Financial record
Human Resource
Work environment
Recruiting employee
Technology
IT infrastructure & support for online system
Procurement
Coordinating with suppliers for business expand
Inbound
Logistics
Fine tune inventory
Operation
Physical market
Online market
Outbound
Logistics
Shipping
Sales
&
Marketing
Lower price
Market analysis
Servicing
Physical gratification
Pick up internet order
Merchandise
Free shipping : (one day, second day, etc)
Offer lower price
Value added less Cost =
Profit margin
Support
Activities
Primary
Activities
Administration
&
Management
Accounting
Financial record
Human Resource
Training needs analysis
Employee benefit
Technology
IT infrastructure & support
for operational system
Procurement
Ordering system
Integrated supply system from third party
Inbound
Logistics
Extensive warehouse facilities
Supply scheduling
Product selection
Operation
Online order record
Distribution
Shipping
Outbound
Logistics
Shipping with meantime
Sales
&
Marketing
Lower price
Market analysis
Servicing
Shipping : (one day, second day, etc)
Offer lower price
Value added less Cost =
Profit margin
Support
Activities
Primary
Activities
AMAZON VS. WALMART :
WHICH GIANT WILL DOMINATE E-COMMERCE?

Katy
Melvin
Yarik
Danny Wang

Amazon
Founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos
Headquartered in Seattle, Washington
Before the company was renamed Amazon it was called
Cadabra, Inc.
They launched on the World Wide Web until 1995.
Amazon.com began as an online bookstore but soon diversified
its product lines.
Now it’s the world’s largest online retailer
Walmart
It’s remain a family-own business
The company was founded by Sam Walton 
named "Walton" in 1945
In November of 1962 Wal-mart was opened
In1972, listed on NYSE
Walmart's operations organized in three divisions:
Walmart Stores U.S., Sam's Club, and Walmart International
Amazon & Walmart compare
Low price, high volume
online superstore
Warehousing facility
Premium shipping service
Sales item from third party
small and large business
Corporate with online
shoe shopping
Offer lower price
Legendary continuous inventory replenishment system
Physical presence stores
Drive-through window
Amazon's value chain model
Outline
Amazon's & Walmart's background
Amazon's & Walmart's value chain & competitive forces models
Factors leading to success of both companies
Amazon's & Walmart's e-commerce models
Amazon's Competitive Forces Model
Competitive
Rivalry
New market entrants
Substitute products
Suppliers
Customers
Easy and fast
payment system
24 hour operations
Free returns
within 30 days
Alibaba
Walmart

Physical store
Print on demand
Constantly soliciting
suggestions on new
products
Walmart's value chain model
Walmart's Competitive Forces Model
Competitive
Rivalry
New market entrants
Substitute products
Suppliers
Customers
Low switching cost
Alibaba
Sears

Small supermarket
Diverse
distribution
channel
Factors leading to success of Amazon
1. Convenience and ease of use
2. High Performance Service
3. Networking
4. Community
5. Large customer database
6. Trust
7. Extended service
8. Cost structure
9. Logistics
Factors leading to success of Walmart
1. Strategy of managing cost
Budgeting payroll cost
Saving on business travel cost
Investing in technology
Eliminating unnecessary costs
2. High Performance Service
Location
Acquisition
3. Networking
Motivating employee
Internal promotion
External recruitment
Walmart's e-commerce model
Push-Pull system
- Demand forecast
- Inventory control
- Reduce cost
Front-line staff
- Place appropriate orders
Walmart's e-commerce model
AS2 EDI-INT (Applicability Statement 2 EDI over the internet)
- Secure and reliable
Digital Properties
Amazon
4.Fulfillment Program
Amazon's e-commerce model
B2C & B2B mixed strategy
1. Online sales
3. Affiliate Program
2. Publishing
Amazon's e-commerce model
C2C strategy
Walmart
What would you prefer to make
your internet purchase?
1. Compare prices
- Different online sellers
- Used one
2. Huge product catalogs
3. Global Shipping
Amazon dominates e-commerce
2012 Web sales
61 billion
7.7 billion
Online shipping
$3- $4
per parcel
$5- $7
per parcel
Distribution Centers
Shipments
from more than 4000 local stores
Small store
Transportation
cost
7-11, etc.
THANK YOU
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2. Write a customer review
3. Search your article's keywords
4. Post your article on your website or blog
5. Increasing your article's traffic
6. Earning referral fee
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