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E commerce

  1. 1. What’s Electronic Commerce? “ A modern business methodology ... to cut costs while improving the quality of goods and services and increasing the speed of service delivery .” Frontiers of Electronic Commerce Ravi Kalakota, and Andrew B. Whinston
  2. 2. How can E-commerce be used? <ul><li>Community-based services: Payment of utility bills, traffic fines, donations to charity etc. </li></ul><ul><li>Shopping: Buying and selling goods and services </li></ul><ul><li>Communication: E-mail, Net telephony products can be commerce-enabled and serviced via the Net. </li></ul><ul><li>Biz-to-Biz applications where the purchase orders are generated and seamlessly integrated with EDI systems. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Electronic Trade <ul><li>A recent report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) predicts Internet trading will grow from today’s estimated $500 million to $5 billion by 2001. In keeping with the trend worldwide, India has entered into over 50 tax treaties to follow the flow of the increasingly seamless worldwide electronic trade. With emerging payments standards such as the Secure Electronic Transaction (SET) protocol, E-Commerce practises are reportedly reaching the end of usefulness rapidly. </li></ul>
  4. 10. Trends in Electronic Commerce <ul><li>Even though fewer than one in five of the largest retailers in the U.S. sell their wares on the Internet, consumers managed to spend more than $10 billion shopping on the Web in 1997. Over 10% of that was spent at a single Website--NetMarket, an online discount service created for its dues-paying members by CUC International. NetMarket handled over $1.2 billion in sales last year. </li></ul>
  5. 11. NEW CAPABILITIES THE INTERNET BRINGS TO COMMERCE <ul><li>The Internet will augment electronic commerce already being conducted between businesses--at a much lower cost--as well as will dramatically increase electronic commerce conducted with consumers. Critical issues such as how to handle electronic payment, security, privacy, and fraud prevention are being addressed with reliable commercial software, and businesses are beginning to use information technology on the Internet to exploit the advantages of conducting business electronically. Increasingly, business people are discovering important bottom-line benefits on the Web, including: </li></ul>
  6. 12. E-Commerce and India <ul><li>While some blame the high cost of implementation, others worry about the lack of security. The systems needed to transact over the Net are in the early stages of development and are still costly and complicated for Indian Businesses to use. But it’s clear that E-Commerce is in, and the combination of the Internet and the EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) is the next step in building competitive advantage. </li></ul>
  7. 13. EXAMPLES OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE TODAY If we consider some of the goals of businesses with regards to electronic commerce: higher revenues through exposure to additional customers; cost reduction; lower product cycle times; faster customer response; and improved service quality, we see how dramatically a company's bottom line can be influenced with the addition of electronic commerce. A number of pioneering firms are implementing electronic commerce solutions today and are finding new ways to save and make money .
  8. 14. How do you Buy On-Line? <ul><li>World Avenue, IBM’s electronic shopping mall on the Web, being beta tested, has been used to generate 5,500 orders from 200,000 online customers, for some $275,000 worth of caps, mugs and other Olympics merchandise. </li></ul>
  9. 15. How do you buy Online? <ul><li>As you browse through the store, that runs an ‘e-commerce server’, such as the HP domain commerce server or is part of an ‘electronic mall’, such as IBM’s Net.Commerce, the server helps you select an item (say an Olympic souvenir mug), and place an order. Such servers carry software to verify transactions, perform accounting duties, guarantee payments, and even create digital money. </li></ul>
  10. 16. How Do you pay Online? <ul><li>Wishing to pay for the item, you send an enciphered request for payment to your bank/third-party payment provider. Your bank will then remit to you, a secure packet of ‘e-cash’. Using Cybercash’s wallet application , you send an enciphered payment request to Cybercash’s server. Once the credit is authorised by Cybercash over secure lines to your bank, ‘money’ in Wallet is used to complete the purchase. (contd...) </li></ul>
  11. 17. <ul><li>You then send the exact amount of e-cash needed to buy the Olympic souvenir to the virtual store. The server at the store then sends that packet of cash to its bank. The merchant bank then sends a request for transfer of funds to your bank, which the latter, after verification, performs. This is where actual funds are transmitted from your bank to the merchant bank. </li></ul>How Do you pay Online?-2
  12. 18. Consumer finds something she wants to buy at a “shop” on the Net Consumer sends on enciphered request for payment to her bank The electronic bank sends back a secure packet of e-cash Consumer sends the e-cash to the shop Verification and remittance of actual funds Consumer Public Key The shop sends the packet of cash to its bank Merchant Bank Merchant Server Shop Consumer’s Bank Shop 1 3 6 2 5 4
  13. 19. Agents and Intermediaries To help organisations conduct business on the Web without having to set up costly servers and devote dedicated personnel to monitor orders and deliveries and other transactions, a new breed of Agents or Internet E-commerce Solution providers have sprung up.
  14. 20. Agents and Intermediaries Another similar service provider’s site looks like this: