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American-based multinational electronic commerce company Seattle, Washington, it is America¶s largest online retailer, with nearly three times the internet sales revenue of runner up Staples, Inc. Jeff Bezos founded Amazon.com, Inc. in 1994 and launched online in 1995 Product Lines - On-line bookstore, VHS, DVD, music CDs and MP3s, computer software, video games, electronics, apparel, furniture, food, toys, etc. Innovative technology is the backbone of the company's success. "Its success has partly been based on superior order fulfillment, allied to a user-friendly interface built around its patented 1-Click technology" and also came up with kindle concept of having books online in a file form like pdf. a computed file Using its unparalleled customer database that provides the most comprehensive insight into consumer behavior, the company will need to continue to anticipate and address those needs in a unique way before its competitors
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tools. lawn and garden items. scientific supplies. software. toys and games. baby products. musical instruments. kitchen items. consumer electronics.books. groceries. beauty products. healthcare items ³Auctions´ ± Web Auctions Services ³Shops´ ± A fixed price marketplace on web ³Amazon Market Place´ ± Customer selling portal ³Online Music Store´ ± MP3 downloads without digital Rights management ³Amazon Fresh´ ± A grocery service offering perishable and non-perishable foods .` ` ` ` ` ` ³Retail´.
utensils and other household goods all by itself Expanded its trademark in order to have a trading market share on a large variety of items Launched of its own music online music store by the name AMAZON MP3 Launched AMAZON FRESH wherein the company was to trade in various PERISHABLE and NON-PERISHABLE items especially grocery items .` ` ` ` ` Web auction service Sold products under the name ³PINZON´ which was its own trademark. The trademark made it clear that AMAZON was going to trade in textiles.
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Arizona (United States) Fulfillment and Warehousing ± in North America (Phoenix and Goodyear. Wales. NV. Hazleton. It has offices throughout other parts of greater Seattle. Europe and Asia Headquarters . NH. Hebron (near CVG). Campbellsville. and Hyderabad (India). DE. Dallas/Fort Worth. Bangalore. TX. Beijing (China). and Tempe. IN. KS. and Louisville. Carlisle. San Francisco (United States). Sterling). customer service centers and software development centers across North America. Germany). France. Slough and Edinburgh (United Kingdom). New Castle. Shibuya. China) .` ` ` ` Amazon. KY. Scotland. Whitestown and Plainfield. Allentown. Chennai. Nashua. PA. in Asia (Japan.located on Seattle's Beacon Hill. Latin America. Cape Town (South Africa). Ia i (Romania). Coffeyville. Lexington. AZ. Tokyo (Japan). and Lewisberry.com has offices. Dublin (Ireland). including Union Station and The Columbia Center Software development centers ± Seattle. Fernley and North Las Vegas. in Europe (England. fulfillment centers.
com.com has unique contests for its users to induce them to spend more time at Amazon. this is one of the pulling forces of Amazon. an expensive and challenging task to re-package and re-ship the books to customers 3. Promotions: Amazon. huge marketing and sales expenses that are bringing it harsh losses 2.com. Price: The prices are up to 40% cheaper than retail stores. Further Amazon had tieups with AOL. Customers who are unable to find a particular title in individual bookshops may end up using Amazon. Excite and Yahoo Problems facing by Amazon: 1. Place: Availability is impeccable with global reach.` ` ` ` Product: There is a humongous database of books available to customers.com. receive stiff competition from big retail chains like Barnes & Noble who are entering the online market 4. not applying the integrated marketing approach which could have multiplied new customers .
S.129.509.0 2.200 (2010) 2009 Total Revenue Gross Profit Operating Income Net Income 24.26 Billion (2009) Employees ± 31.0 3.0 432. Dollars Values in Millions ` ` ` ` ` ` Revenue ± US $ 24.0 476.456.0 842.0 645.0 389.0 190.0 2005 8.0 2008 19.166.353.8 Billion (2009) Total Equity ± US $ 5.0 1.0 655.0 2.0 .0 359.0 4.Financial Statement Financial data in U.835.490.1.531.0 2007 14.270.0 5.0 2006 10.039.711.29 Billion (2009) Net Income ± US $ 902 Million (2009) Total Assets ± US $ 13.509 Billion (2009) Operating Income ± US $ 1.0 902.
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Worldwide Controller and Principal Accounting Officer Thomas J. North America Retail . Jassy Senior Vice President. Blackburn Senior Vice President. Amazon Web Services Steven Kessel Senior Vice President. Ecommerce Platform Jeffrey A. Reynolds Vice President. Gunningham Senior Vice President.` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Jeffrey P. Onetto Senior Vice President. Brian Valentine Senior Vice President. International Retail Shelley L. Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board Jeffrey M. Bezos President. Wilke Senior Vice President. Worldwide Digital Media Marc A. Worldwide Operations Diego Piacentini Senior Vice President. Szkutak Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer H. Seller Services Andrew R. Business Development Sebastian J.
Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board Tom A. Alberg Madrona Venture Group John Seely Brown Visiting Scholar and Advisor to the Provost at USC William B.` ` ` ` Jeffrey P. (Bing) Gordon Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers . Bezos President.
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