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Sunday, December 26, 2004

Jeff Bezos, Amazon.com & Web 2.0

Jeff Bezos has made Amazon.com,the biggest,best,most credible and inimitable internet retailer in the universe. Not for Nothing ,In the early days of the web – web1.0 era, he was anointed - Time magazine’s Man of the Year, but had to see several financial analysts declare near death for his company.Jeff Bezos has always been interested in anything that can be revolutionized by computers. Intrigued by the amazing growth in use of the Internet, Bezos created a business model that leveraged the Internet's unique ability to deliver huge amounts of information rapidly and efficiently.In 1994 he founded Amazon.com,Inc., now the leading online retailer, offering services that traditional retailers cannot: lower prices, authoritative selection and a wealth of product information.He also led the development of computer systems that helped manage more than $250 billion in assets for Bankers Trust Company.
Today,Bezos has emerged out stronger and mor formidable, making the skeptics run for cover ,his pathbreaking amazon web services platform making waves and his plan to turn Amazon.com into a web platform for both consumers and partners has paid off handsomely. Recently we cvered Amazon : Giving Away The Store Through Amazon Web Services,outling the direction of the amazon web services platform. What lay ahead for Bezos and Amazon.. Jeff is an interesting conversationalist with powerful ideas and a master of analogies. listen here..

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