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The model is clearly derived from an IT systems world view, in which users’ behaviour must be modified to suit the goals of an application. We argue in The Business of Ecommerce that the future of B2B applications lies in system-to-system collaboration. Real efficiencies in the supply chain begin to arise when the knowledge states of cooperating parties can be combined on an automated basis. Most B2B applications today continue to recruit human users as actuators, but the most impressive implementations perform true cross-boundary collaboration with little human intervention.

As we suggest in The Business of Ecommerce: from Corporate Strategy to Technology,10 some of the power of the basic B2C/ B2B model comes from the strategist’s ability to generate B2B applications from existing B2C applications, and vice versa. The B2C/B2B concept was never the last word on e-commerce, though it is often used to make basic distinctions between types of e-commerce venture. Mobile commerce is set to challenge this model more fundamentally. To recap, B2C applications make up the majority of propositions amongst the so-called dotcoms, who tend to focus on the sale of mainstream goods and services such as books, CDs, and flowers.

With the mobile channel, the user invites the service provider to share some of her attention, and the user makes the rules. Not only do we have to deal with the possibility that the user might click to another site, we have to compete with incoming alerts, voice calls, and the event stream taking place in the user’s physical and social environment. 247 on Sun Mar 13Press, 19:15:45 GMT 2011. 004 Cambridge Books Online © Cambridge University Press, 2011 Mobile Commerce Opportunities 15 parison, and discounts because that fits the fixed technology we have had to date.

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