Among the tech giants, Amazon is a likely winner in the Industrial Internet. It has successfully fused physical withdigital. Amazon understands the economic laws of analog products and is not afraid of massive-up front investments and slower growth. Its aquistition of Whole Foods and experiments with Amazon Go grocery store are an example. Amazon is the one company everyone's scared of, even industrial giants. Source: https://hbr.org/2018/02/can-anyone-stop-amazon-from-winning-the- industrial-internet
Amazon perfoms execptionally efficiently measured against revenue per visitor, which is one of the key measures for any commercial website, whether it's a media site, search engine, social network or a transactional retailer or offers travel or finanical services. Of course profit per user would be quite different due to the significantly lower costs of other .coms like Facebook and Google. Source: https://www.smartinsights.com/digital-marketing-strategy/online- businesss-revenue-models/amazon-case-study/
Amazon is one of the more innovative of online retailers, and has experienced great success and failure, a record reflected in a share price that has oscillated from a high of $106 in 1999 to $6 in 2001, rising to $60 in 2003, only to fall to $27 in 2006. In recent years Amazon stock has traded above $2,000. Source: http://www.ecommerce-digest.com/amazon-case-study.html
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