ACC 340 E-Business- Wal-Mart’s Victory

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ACC 340 E-Business- Wal-Mart's VictoryACC/340E-Business- Wal-Mart's VictoryTechnology has expanded over the years allowing consumers the ability to shop in the comfort of their homes and not have to travel to their local stores. Wal-Mart is one example of a store that consumers visited on a regular also known as a brick-and-mortar company. According to Burrow (p. 211, 2009) "Companies that complete most of their business activities by means other than the internet are called brick-and-mortar businesses." Along with being a brick-and-mortar company, Wal-Mart also is one of the leading companies known as an E-business or an electronic business. Canzer (p. 30, 2009) defines e-business as "The organized effort of individuals to produce and sell, for profit, products and services that satisfy society's needs through the facilities available on the internet." Operating as an e-business

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