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Autor     Hans-Dieter Zimmermann
Titel    Business Media: A New Approach to Overcome Current Problems of Electronic Commerce
Sammlung    AMCIS 1998 Proceedings
Jahr    1998
URL    https://aisel.aisnet.org/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1555&context=amcis1998

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Zimmermann (1998) splits the three basic phases of a market transaction, in four different views: The community view, process view, transaction view, and infrastructure view (see Figure 2).

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Figure 2: The Business Media Framework (Zimmermann 1998)

The community view defines the relevant business community1 and its underlying, basic business model. Electronic Markets constitute the space for an exchange of goods within the community. [...]

The process view defines the inter-organizational business procedures and processes along the value chain of the respective business community. These processes enable the business community to realize their defined business models.


1 Zimmermann (1998) defines Business Communities as the quantity of agents (e.g. people, organizations, computers), whose rights and duties of agents are defined through the assignment of roles.


Zimmermann, H.D. 1998, Business Media: A new Approach to Overcome Current Problems of Electronic Commerce. In: Proceedings of the forth Americas Conference on Information Systems (AIS´98), S.378-380.

The basic model distinguishes on the vertical axis the three basic phases of a transaction: the information, agreement and settlement phase. On the horizontal axis we define four different views of Business Media: The community, process, transaction, and infrastructure view (see Figure 1). This basic setting is derived from the model described in [10].

The community view defines the relevant business community and its underlying, basic business model. Business communities are understood as a quantity of agents (e.g., people, organizations, computers). Rights and duties of agents are defined through the assignment of roles. [...] Media constitute the space for an exchange of goods within the community. [...]

The goal of the process view is to define the inter-organizational business procedures and processes along the value chain of the respective business community. These processes enable the business community to realize their defined business models.


[10] Schmid, B.F.; Lindemann, M.A.: Elements of a Reference Model for Electronic Markets, Proceedings of the 31. Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science (HICSS), Vol. IV, pp. 193-201, Hawaii, January 1998

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At the transaction view level generic services have to be defined that enable the realization of the defined business processes. The offered services support the different functions in the three distinguished phases. Examples are intelligent electronic product catalogs including search functions, services supporting the negotiation of contracts, logistic and payment systems to settle the transaction. The overall goal is to enable a continuous settlement of business transactions without incompatible interfaces and to provide an infrastructure of services that is available to different business communities.

The infrastructure view defines the necessary network services and other technical components to realize the settlement of the transaction from a technical point of view. Examples are message handling-, EDI Networks, and clearing center services.

At the transaction view level generic services have to be defined that enable the realization of the defined business processes. The offered services shall support the different functions in the three distinguished phases. Examples are intelligent electronic product catalogs including search functions, services supporting the negotiation of contracts, logistic and payment systems to settle the transaction. [...] The overall goal is to enable a continuous settlement of business transactions without incompatible interfaces and to provide an infrastructure of services that is available to different business communities. The infrastructure view defines the necessary network services and other technical components to realize the settlement of the transaction from a technical point of view. Examples are message handling-, EDI-, and clearing center services.
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