Articles and Papers
In this section you will find several articles and studies published by the experts of the ITbid Technologies' Team.
eSourcing Basics (Video - ES)
Presentation by Jose Manuel Iáñez, at ICIL Classroom - International Logistics Exhibition SIL 2011 (Barcelona, June 9, 2011).
eSourcing: Beyond the Electronic Reverse Auction (EN)
Published in eMarket Services. Also available in this site
The success of a reverse auction cannot be measured immediately and solely based on the savings achieved; experience shows that problems can arise, including serious problems, when the product or service to be auctioned is inappropriate.
Electronic Reverse Auctions (EN)
Firts published in "Gremi". English translation published in eMarket Services
The reverse auction is an example of the influence of the new technologies on the procurement processes. Web-based reverse auctions have become extremely popular for purchasing everything from accounting services to securing raw materials.
Reverse Electronic Auction: do they work? Do they generate savings? Are they profitable? (ES)
Firts published in "Ingeniería Química", 415, Jul-Aug 2004, pages 187-190.
Also available in ICEX eMarket Services
A concise answer to 12 greater doubts and objections about reverse e-auctions of the purchasing managers.
The Nightfall of B2B? (ES)
Published in Baquia
The failure of some of the greater Spanish e-commerce projects does not mean that we are in front the ends of the B2B.
Marketplaces: publics or privates? (ES)
Published in ICTnet
Opposite to the slow development of public marketplaces in our country, the grow rate of private marketplaces is 300% per year and it will continue growing in a nearly future.
Public Marketplaces and the small and medium companies - SME (ES)
Published in Universitat Oberta de Catalunya - UOC
Marketplaces are developing very slowly and their use by small and medium sized enterprises (SME) remains non-existent. And this is happening, in the world in general and particularly in Spain, despite all the advantages expected of their use.