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  • ClickTheButton 2/19/00 Who points to it? 41 - ClickThe Button is a shopbot service which runs in the backgroun on your PC and is triggered with a single cloick when looking at a web page representing a single product from one of the 300 sites they support.

  • 1/25/00 Who points to it? 39 - "TradeAccess® is resetting the standard for business-to-businesse-commerce. We’re the first company to provide online CommercialRelationship Management built around real-world negotiatedbuying and selling"

  • Active buyer's buide 1/24/00 Who points to it? 17 - "The Active Buyer's Guide is a free product recommendationservice that finds you the best product based on your individualneeds. The brains behind this service lie in the sophisticatedAdaptive Recommendation Technology™ which automates theshopping process for you. " ART is composed of threemajor application modules: Decision Modeler, Analysis Engine, andProduct Reviewer and appears to be based on multi-attribute decision theory.

  • 1/24/00 Who points to it? 22 - has a shopping bot that works as follows. You find something you want to buy and, before committing, trigger the iChoose agent which will then try to find one of more alternatives.

  • 1/24/00 Who points to it? 27 - A shopbot service that allows customers to: Learn about new products from hundreds of merchants.Compare a wide variety of features based on individual preferences forperformance, quality, warranties, etc.Find the best value overall based on price, shipping, available promotions,discounts, etc.Buy the product without going to a separate merchant site.

  • CommerceNet's eCo Framework 12/19/99 Who points to it? 13 - An article from XML.COM on CommerceNet's eCo framework and other approaches to business document interoperability.

  • Cadabra Comparison Shopping! 1/24/00 Who points to it? 13 - FOunded by Narinder Singh and Don Geddis of Stanford and recently acquired by Their interactive catalogue is very responsive, perhaps becuase it is implemented in Lisp!

  • Casbah 1/24/00 Who points to it? 16 - "Casbah's dynamic pricing engine empowers market makers. Withcustomizable, user-friendly interfaces, the Casbah platform readilyadapts to any business-to-business (B2B) auction setting andenables market makers to expand auction offerings as marketdemands and customer needs grow. "

  • Frictionless Commerce's Value Shopper 1/24/00 Who points to it? 13 - "The FrictionlessSMValueShopper helps you find the products you want, with the featuresyou value, from the merchants you trust. Using this service, you canshop across more than 150 broad product categories, ranging fromtents to camcorders."

  • 1/27/00 Who points to it? 15 - usbid is an auction site for the electronics industry.

  • RightNow Technologies 2/19/00 Who points to it? 19 - RightNow E-Mail provides a full range of options for handling incoming e-mail inquiries:Automatic Response, Suggested Solutions to Customer Service representatives, as well aspowerful workflow rules that save you time and money by providing the ability to prioritize,categorize, and route incoming e-mail to the representative best equipped to handle aparticular question.

  • ADWIZ by NEC 5/8/00 Who points to it? 19 - ADWIZTM is an intelligent advertisement server software that enables Web businesses to automatically deliver highly relevant advertisements to their customers while ensuring timely fulfillment of required advertisement schedules.

  • FMEC 2000 5/10/00 Who points to it? 19 - Workshop in Formal Modeling in Electronic Commerce, May 11-12, 2000, Philadelphia, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and Bennett S. Lebow College of Business, Drexel University.

  •, The Business Process Management Initiative 6/8/01 Who points to it? 25 - BPMI is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and develop the use of Business ProcessManagement (BPM) through the establishment of standards for process design,deployment, execution, maintenance, and optimization. Their main effort is to develop theBusiness Process Modeling Language (BPML) as a meta-language for themodeling of business processes, just as XML is a meta-language for the modeling ofbusiness data. BPML provides an abstracted execution model for collaborative &transactional business processes based on the concept of a transactional finite-statemachine.

  • Pricing, Agents, Perceived Value and the Internet 6/15/01 Who points to it? 25 - by Phillip G. Bradford, Herbert E. Brown and Paula M. Saunders, FirstMonday, Volume 6, Number 6 , June 4th 2001.The Internet has changed the way people buy things. A pointed difference is the use of Internetauctions and bots. But, are these differences actually changing the role and function of price in thefirm's marketing program? Are they possibly changing options for pricing, and perhaps even, the verynotion of perceived value? Or in fact, does the new set of Internet pricing mechanisms merely requiremarketers to do what good marketers have always done, and that is to build customer-perceivedvalue and use price to recapture it? The only difference may be that now, we can do it even betterbecause we have better tools.

  • 4/28/02 Who points to it? 21 - TrademarkBots™ monitor and audit trademark databases, domain namedatabases, specialty databases, publications and catalogs,messageboards, visible web, newspapers, usenet news groups and webfeeds. Each week a new report is created outlining the latestdevelopments with regards to your trademarks, brands and famous namesin these various sources.

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