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中文論文名稱 旅遊業B2B2C通路競合關係之探討
英文論文名稱 The Competition and Collaboration in Channel Relationships of B2B2C System in the Travel Industry
校院名稱 淡江大學
系所名稱(中) 國際商學碩士在職專班
系所名稱(英) Executive Master's Program of Business Administration (EMBA) in International Commerce
學年度 94
學期 2
出版年 95
研究生中文姓名 蔡侑道
研究生英文姓名 Yu-Tao Tsai
學號 793400135
學位類別 碩士
語文別 英文
口試日期 2006-05-25
論文頁數 57頁
口試委員 指導教授-李培齊
委員-婁國仁
委員-黃旭男
中文關鍵字 電子商務  B2B  B2B2C  旅遊業 
英文關鍵字 E-Commerce  Business to Business  Business to Customer  Travel Industry 
學科別分類 學科別社會科學商學
中文摘要 網路線上的消費性旅遊產品在不久的將來將會是生活上不可缺少的通路,零售和靠行的旅遊業者應立刻規劃並建立網站銷售平台。在旅行業者自行建立網站銷售平台(B2C)時,應慎重考量人力調度和票價資料庫準確的因素。相對,當旅行業者選用上游提供的B2B2C系統時,應評估未來網站與上游的零售網站中間所產生的利益衝突而導致業績受損。本研究針對這些問題進一步探討並分析當規劃建立網站銷售平台時零售和靠行旅遊業者應選擇B2C或是B2B2C來將電子商務的產值提升到最高。

關鍵字: 電子商務、B2B、B2B2C、旅遊業
英文摘要 Since shopping online with travel products will become a regular daily life in the near future, it is important for retailers and independent travel consultants to establish their e-commerce marketing (B2C) as soon as possible. If the travel agency starts its own web site, the man power and the accuracy of ticket fare database should be well considered as important factors. On the other hand, a retailer can adopt the B2B2C solution from their wholesalers, the conflict of interest between its own web site and wholesaler’s retail department may cause retailers loss some of its customers. This research is based on these issues and tries to analyze and recommend the retailers to select B2C or B2B2C for the maximization of profits in e-commerce marketing.
論文目次 Contents
Abstract......................................i
Contents......................................iii
List of Figures...............................v
Acknowledgements..............................vi
Chapter 1.................................................1
INTRODUCTION..............................................1
Chapter 2.................................................7
LITERATURE REVIEW.........................................7
2.1 IMPLEMENTATION OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE.................7
2.2 RESOURCES FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION......................8
2.3 CONFLICT OF INTEREST.................................10
Chapter 3 ................................................15
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY.....................................15
3.1 INTERVIEW WITH A LARGE RETAILER OF TRAVEL AGENCY.....15
3.1.1 Design of Interview Questions......................16
3.1.2 Process of the Interview...........................17
3.2 INTERVIEW WITH A SMALL RETAILER OF TRAVEL AGENCY.....18
3.2.1 Design of Interview Questions......................18
3.2.2 Process of the Interview...........................19
Chapter 4................................................21
DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION.........................21
4.1 LARGE RETAILER OF TRAVEL AGENCY – 101VISION.........21
4.1.1 Historical Data Gathering..........................21
4.1.2 B2C and B2B2C......................................23
4.1.3 Resource Problem...................................25
4.2 SMALL RETAILER OF TRAVEL AGENCY – GREEN MOUNT.......26
4.2.1 Historical Data Gathering..........................26
4.2.2 B2C and B2B2C......................................26
4.2.3 Conflict of Interest...............................28
Chapter 5 ................................................31
CONCLUSION AND SUGGESTION................................31
5.1 CONCLUSION...........................................31
5.2 SUGGESTION...........................................32
5.3 RESEARCH LIMITATION..................................34
References...............................................36
Appendix I...............................................39
Appendix II..............................................41
Appendix III.............................................43
Appendix IV..............................................53


List of Figures
FIGURE 1-1 Traditional Travel Industry Process............5
FIGURE 1-2 B2B Travel Industry Process....................6
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