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  • 1. IN THE NAME OF ALLAH THE MOST MERCIFUL AND THE BENEFICENT:
  • 2. COMPUTER APPLICATION TO BUSINESS PRESENTATION
    • SUBMITTED BY:
    • FOZIA LAKHO
  • 3.
    • E-Commerce
    • It’s Advantages And Disadvantages
    • To Change One Business Into E-Commerce (E-Business)
    TOPIC:
  • 4.
    • E-Commerce relates to the process of:
      • Buying and selling of goods or services.
      • Transferring monies from banks and businesses.
      • Costing and providing tenders/ bids for services.
      • Running auctions.
    • … .Via electronic networks (internet or intranets).
    What Is E-Commerce?
  • 5. A Sample Of E-Commerce Transaction
  • 6. The use of electronic data transmission to implement or enhance any business activity. Example : A buyer sends an electronic purchase order to a seller. The seller then sends an electronic invoice back to the buyer. When used appropriately, electronic transmission can save both time and money. Definition of E-Commerce:
  • 7. Market Intermediaries Demand For Information Supply For Information Some people use the term e-business to refer to all the categories of e-commerce E-COMMERCE BIG PICTURE
  • 8. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES:
  • 9. Advantages of E-Commerce:
    • For the seller:
    • Increases sales.
    • Decreases cost.
    • Makes promotion easier for smaller firms.
    • Can be used to reach narrow market segments.
  • 10.
    • For the buyer:
    • Makes it easier to obtain competitive bids.
    • Provides a wider range of choices.
    • Job availability.
    • Increased convenience.
    • Increased the market knowledge for customer.
    Advantages of E-Commerce:
  • 11.
    • In general:
    • Increases the speed and accuracy.
    • Electronic payments (tax refunds, paychecks, etc.) cost less to issue and are more secure.
    • It can make products and services available in remote areas.
    • Enables people to work from home, providing scheduling flexibility.
  • 12.
    • Cyber crime
    • Many products and services require a critical mass of potential buyers ( e.g . online grocers) .
    • Privacy. 
    • Access.
    • Security. 
    • Identity Theft.
  • 13.  
  • 14.
    • B2B: Businesses sell products or services to other businesses.
    • B2C: Businesses sell products or services to individual customers (consumers).
    • C2B: Consumers make known a particular need for a product or service, and suppliers compete to provide it.
    • C2C: Participants in an online marketplace can buy and sell goods with each others.
    • G2C: A government provides services to its citizens via EC technologies
    • G2B: Government sell goods or services to businesses.
    CATEGORIES OF E-COMMERCE:
  • 15. To Change Construction Company Into E-Commerce we have changed our business into e-business (e-commerce category). So, what structure is required for it?
  • 16.
    • E-Commerce Life Cycle And What Are Our Goals To Change Our Construction Company Into E-business (E-Commerce Type) are:
    • Plan
    • Analysis
    • Design
    • Development
    • Test
    • Implement
    • Maintain
  • 17. PLAN:
    • Appoint webmaster team (two or more persons).
    • Define the objective of the e-commerce website / portal to be developed.
    • Define the project scope.
    • Develop the project plan including tasks, resources, and timeframes.
  • 18. ANALYSIS:
    • Define who is the audience?
    • B2B – Business visitors.
    • Or B2C – Consumer visitors.
    • Or Others.
    • Gather the business requirements for the system.
    • SRS– System Requirements Specifications.
  • 19. DESIGN
    • Design the Navigation view.
    • Starting with the Home Page and ‘First level child pages’.
    • Hyperlinks plan and buttons.
    • Backend required.
    • Database?
    • Payment Gateway?
  • 20.  
  • 21.
    • Select any one option to develop website.
    1. Prepare website – write codes in HTML / Java / ASP. 2. Do-it-yourself: use package such as MS FrontPage to develop website (good option for non-programmer). 3. Outsource to professionals and pay for development charges. DEVELOPMENT:
  • 22. TEST / Quality Check
    • Test website.
    • Check for broken links.
    • Speed: Slow pages.
    • Database test records.
    • Updating of database.
    • Money transaction (if applicable).
  • 23.
    • Select hosting company.
    • Pay hosting charges and get password.
    • Upload website to the internet server.
    PUBLISH:
  • 24.
    • Regularly change and update the content.
    • Perform SEO.
    • Update keywords or Meta tag as the per the change.
    MAINTAIN AND UPDATE:
  • 25. Continuous improvement is required. CONCLUSION:
  • 26.  
  • 27. References: [email_address] www.dnserp.com [email_address] Omrc company’s document @John Afoster,2002 Lou Thomson Prentice Hall @2006 [email_address] [email_address] [email_address]
  • 28.