Within our organization we find different e-Commerce solutions aimed at various market sectors, we think and develop them always taking into account their needs and how we can make them an advantage over competitors. In this video, we explain a bit about three different types of E-Commerce: Business-to-Business, Customer-to-Business and Customer-to-Customer.
The secret of the success of the e-Commerce industry lies within the variety and flexibility of all its nuances, it can be used for wholesale products, marketing of subscription services, homemade products and much more. Whatever your business model and your choice of solution, we are sure that your organization will benefit from this solution.
There are four main types of eCommerce business models based on certain factors, such as who the end user is. These are:
In this model, a company sells products or services to another company. Generally, these transactions have a higher volume, a longer sales cycle and are recurring.
This model describes a business that sells products or services directly to consumers and is one of the most common business types.
This model presents a situation where a consumer sells directly to another consumer in an online marketplace, giving them more control over their sale. Some recognized examples are eBay and Mercado Libre.
Although this model is not very common, it refers to people who sell their products or services directly to companies, which gives them more power. A great example of this is a platform like Upwork, where freelancers sell their professional services to companies that need them.