In light of the continuing importance of B2B e-commerce with emerging technologies, such as RFID, Web services, peer-to-peer networks, and innovative business models, such as virtual value net, e-hub, e-procurement, e-marketplace, etc. the B2B e-commerce minitrack aims to bring researchers in investigating the interaction between emerging technologies and business models. In HICSS40, we have selected three papers through the blind reviewing process to present in the minitrack section. The first paper written by Jürgen Dorn and three co-authors reviews B2B methodologies and technologies through survey to bring insights from business models towards deployment artifacts. The second paper, written by Nick Ng, Dickson Chiu, and Patrick Hung, focuses on tendering process model (TPM) implementation for B2B integration in a Web services environment. The third paper, written by Ygal Bendavid and three co-authors, assesses the impacts of RFID technology in a five layer supply chain. Insights obtained from these three papers' presentation and discussion will further benefit audiences academically and practically.