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The Yin and Yang of Electronic Commerce
This note identifies the major corporate functions that engage in E-Commerce activities and the kinds of information flows that result from E-Commerce

format of acknowledgement  flows in a different format, which makes it easier to see how far each travels and what kinds of information touch each function. We'll look at these information types from the point of view of the customer, because this makes for a more concise definition. Figure 1. Inputs (to the Customer) Ads: Ads placed on the site by advertisers or departments of the company. They are typically in fixed positions and separated visually from the actual content of the page. Blurb: General material about the company.

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