BIS 375 Week 2 Learning Team E-Commerce Website Analysis

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Resources: E-commerce websites and an industry selected and approved by faculty in Week One Select a faculty-approved organization or industry—automotive, healthcare, retail, call center, restaurant, and so forth—that uses e-commerce sites to do business. Locate and review at least three e-commerce websites for your chosen industry. Prepare a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper analyzing these websites as they relate to supply chain management. Include a history of the organization or industry, the market in which it operates, the role of government regulations on it, and any issues or opportunities that it faces. Include at least these of the following items in your analysis, plus three additional items relevant to the industry chosen: • How user friendly is it? • Download speed• Navigability• Content quality • Aesthetics Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

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Website Analysis - RestaurantsTeam A: BIS/375In today's society the utilization of websites has become a critical part of most major organizations strategy. Many overlook the importance of websites in supply chain management, when in fact websites have revolutionized the way businesses are able to track and manage their inventory. Additionally, observe pizza hut, this company has created a very successful website in order to attract and retain customers in a competitive market. Recently companies have been pressured to fully maximize the use of websites to create a competitive advantage.Industry History The history of the restaurant is generally credited to 18th century France. According (n.d), "The French Revolution launched the modern restaurant industry. It relaxed the legal rights of guilds that were licensed by the king to control specific foods, and created a hungry, middle-class customer base who relished the idea that anyone who could pay the price could get the same meal"(Restaurants and Catering,para. 1). This period was a prime market for the development of the restaurant industry, due to the popularity of English customs, the influx of many revolutionary deputies from the provinces; and the cooks seeking re-employment after the break-up of the aristocratic households (; n.d.). Until this time, almost all meals were served by placing pots on the table for all to share. With the establishment of the restauran

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