Australia - E-commerce - B2B Overview and Statistics

Synopsis

This report overviews the B2B e-commerce market in Australia, presenting results from a variety of important surveys. The surveys break down the market in terms of business size, sector, location, and activity. This collected research, from the likes of IDC, NOIE, the ABS, the Yellow Pages, and Dun & Bradstreet, also form the basis for Paul Budde’s analysis in the Australia – E-commerce – B2B Projects, E-Procurement and Analysis report. ABS data for 2002 was released in February 2003 and has been included.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Synopsis
  • 2. ABS research – 2002
    • 2.1 Overview
    • 2.2 Total revenues
    • 2.3 Revenues by business size
    • 2.4 Orders placed and received via the Internet
    • 2.5 Use of e-commerce by business size
    • 2.6 Use of e-commerce by sector
    • 2.7 E-commerce activity by location
    • 2.8 Internet functions used by businesses
    • 2.9 IT security
  • 3. Yellow Pages Small Business Index - 2002
  • 4. IDC B2B revenues estimates - 2002
  • 5. D&B Internet and B2B survey - 2002
    • 5.1 Separating the men from the boys
    • 5.2 Half of businesses conducts transactions
    • 5.3 Half of businesses serious about their website
    • 5.4 E-commerce lagging behind
    • 5.5 Internet access penetration dropped to 90%
  • 6. Yellow Pages Small Business Index - 2001
    • 6.1 Internet connections, home pages and e-commerce skills
    • 6.2 Cultural issues
    • 6.3 Metropolitan vs rural SMEs
    • 6.4 Potential for transacting online
  • 7. NOIE B2B revenue estimates -2000
  • 8. Related reports
  • Table 1 – Number of businesses ordering online – 2000-2002
  • Table 2 – Business orders placed and received online – 2000-2002
  • Table 3 – Income from orders for goods and services via the Internet – 1999-2002
  • Table 4 – Distribution of total Internet income by business size – 2000-2002
  • Table 5 – Internet income as share of company income, by company size – June 2002
  • Table 6 – Share of all orders for goods and services placed via the Internet – 1999-2002
  • Table 7 – Share of all orders for goods and services received via the Internet – 1999-2002
  • Table 8 – Business orders placed and received online by business size – June 2002
  • Table 9 – Business orders placed and received online, by business sector – June 2002
  • Table 10 –Business orders placed and received online, by location – June 2002
  • Table 11 – What businesses use the Internet for – 2001-2002
  • Table 12 – IT Security incidents and protection measures used by businesses – June 2002
  • Table 13 – IT Security incidents and protection measures by business size – June 2002
  • Table 14 – Impact, source and reporting of IT Security incidents for businesses – June 2002
  • Table 15 – Impact, source and reporting of IT Security incidents by business size – June 2002
  • Table 16 – PC and e-commerce use – 1998-2000
  • Table 17 – PC and e-commerce use – 2001
  • Table 18 – B2B applications – 1999-2000

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Last updated 6 Mar 2003
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Analyst: Kylie Wansink

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