Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Faculty

Business and Public Management

School

School of Management

RAS ID

2341

Comments

This article was originally published as: Stockdale, R., & Standing, C. (2003). The Effect of Business to Business Online Reverse Auctions on Buyer-Supplier Relationships. In Knight, S.; Lethbridge, N. & Croft, L. (Ed.) Delivering IT and ebusiness value in networked environments - Proceedings 14th Australasian Conference of Information Systems. Perth: We-B Centre School of Management Information Systems, Edith Cowan University. Conference proceedings available here.

Abstract

In the last tvvo decades there has been a perceptible move towards closer business relationships between buyers and suppliers. More recently, the use of online auctions to gain substantial cost savings has attracted organisations. This research examines the risk to a long-established, buyer-supplier relationship resulting from the buyer's use of online auctions. It was found that while the close relationship had been put at risk. some negative results had been mitigated by the actions of the buying organisation in supporting the supplier to new opportunities. Implications/or other organisations are identified and discussed.

 
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