Vs. The Internet company?

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Simple and at the same time difficult question. From an economic and organizational point of view distinguishes offline company from Internet companies? Conventionally, we will refer to the Internet companies that use Internet as the main tool of its activity and receive the bulk of their income from the sale of services by him or for him.


So what distinguishes them? Frame structure — Yes. A higher percentage of companies use project management/Finance — Yes. Active use of means of electronic communication itself. Predostavlenye services without reference to geography and time of day — perhaps suitable. Lower transaction costs — Yes. What do you think, what else?
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Rent, buy, or build square, from which arise the additional costs. There have been a number of answers which, in particular, to repeat all the benefits free-lance.
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Judging by the situation on markets — less state intervention. Many of the laws just don't regulate business on the Internet.
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In our country it is rather good...
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The personnel structure and management system I would not refer to distinguishing characteristics (i.e. sufficient conditions, and necessary difficult). Electronic communication is rather essential, but not sufficient. Anyway, in my opinion, sufficient conditions to consider the businesses online business, in addition to the main channels of interaction with contractors, no. I do not differ from normal companies, e.g., mail-order trade catalogs/"teleshopping" or working in the market of content for mobile phones (without Internet channels to present them is difficult, but possible).
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