Instantly delete email threats for Office 365 » Free Offer
Welcome Guest | Sign In
ECTNews.com
E-Commerce Times TechNewsWorld CRM Buyer LinuxInsider
Discussions

E-Commerce Times Talkback

 
ECT News Community   »   E-Commerce Times Talkback   »   Re: Buried Treasure in B2B Software



Re: Buried Treasure in B2B Software
Posted by: Chet Dembeck 2009-04-21 18:55:00
See Full Story

While GartnerGroup predicts that business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce will reach a staggering $7.29 trillion (US$) by 2004, the real sweet spot for most successful B2B players is not likely to be the Web portal arena.


B2B E-commerce Mapping and Sizing Report 2010 by eStatsIndia.com
Posted by: vikramarc 2010-06-11 02:49:49 In reply to: Chet Dembeck
I absoloutely concur with Geoffrey. Its simply getting out of hand at times.In our recent launch of the Indian B2B E-commerce Report we went bonkers in collating and figuring out the staggering array of numbers. At times quite divergent from each other. The size of the B2B
E-commerce market inclusive of all its categories viz. E-Marketplace, Commodity Exchange, E-Tendering and Pure Play Supply Chain has been calculated focusing on successful players in each of the category. It quite challenging to categorize and figure out the segments in the B2B E-commerce space.

However as per our latest report on the B2B
E-commerce space in India 2010, our calculations show that the Indian B2B E-Commerce Market size in terms of Volume of Transaction is forecasted to grow to $2.5 trillion by the end of the year 2010, and the market has been growing at a CAGR of 34.07% since 2007 onwards.

The B2B E-commerce market is quite big undoubetdly, but the numbers have to be calculated and worked out based on very robust methodologies by the research agencies. This will surely go long way to help the stakehoders in this industry.
Jump to:
Should businesses and organizations require staff to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination before physically coming to work?
Yes -- At this point it makes good sense and will help stop the spread of the virus.
No -- It sets a bad precedent against personal privacy and civil liberties.
I'm Not Sure -- There are valid arguments for and against vaccine requirements.