Name: Masaud
ahmad
Department management science BBA (Hons)
E-commerce:
By E-commerce(electronic

commerce),we mean the use of global
internet for purchase and sale of goods,
service...
IMPORTANCE OF E-COMMERCE
• In today's competitive business world,
having an online presence is more
important than ever. T...
CONTINUE
E-Commerce is not only limited to online sales, but
also covers:
• Preparation of estimates online
• Consulting o...
CONTINUE
• Since the rise of the Internet in the mid to late 1990s,
companies have listed their products and services
for ...
Objective of E-commerce
• Ecommerce websites aim at converting the traffic
that comes on the website into customers by
mak...
Benefits of E-Commerce
Hopefully by now you're aware of the main benefits of
E-Commerce, which are:
• Immediacy - no going...
CONTINUE
• 24-hour availability - the shop never closes
• Speed - you'll locate what you want much
quicker
• Global market...
Drawbacks of E-Commerce
Some of the drawbacks to putting your business online
are:
• High investment needed
• More in-hous...
Difference b/w Ecommerce and
traditional commerce
The major difference is the way that information exchanges and
processed...
CLASSIFICATION OF
E-COMMERCE
•
•
•
•
•
•

BUSINESS – TO – BUSINESS (B2B)
BUSINESS TO CUSTOMERS (B2C)
CUSTOMER TO CUSTOMER ...
REFRENCES
• In 1999, the National Conference of Commissioners
on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL) promulgated
the Uniform Elect...
E-commerce websites
•
•
•
•
•

www.amazon.com
www.ebay.com
www.argos.com
www.bigcommerce.com
www.1shopingchart.com
MY WORKING AREA
• BUSINESS – TO – BUSINESS
(B2B):
• Business-to-business, commerce
transactions between businesses,
such a...
B2B

A type of commerce transaction that exists between
businesses, such as those involving a manufacturer
and wholesaler,...
B2B

• An example that illustrates the business to
business concept is automobile
manufacturing. Many of a vehicle's
compo...
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E commerce

  1. 1. Name: Masaud ahmad Department management science BBA (Hons)
  2. 2. E-commerce: By E-commerce(electronic commerce),we mean the use of global internet for purchase and sale of goods, services, including service and support after sale.
  3. 3. IMPORTANCE OF E-COMMERCE • In today's competitive business world, having an online presence is more important than ever. This is particularly true if businesses wish to grow, extend their sales, and reach customers they might not have reached before. Ecommerce sites enable businesses of all sizes to reach their target range of customers without being physically present.
  4. 4. CONTINUE E-Commerce is not only limited to online sales, but also covers: • Preparation of estimates online • Consulting of users • Provision of an electronic catalogue • Access plan to the point of sales • Real-time management of product availability (stock) • Online payment • Delivery tracking • After-sales service
  5. 5. CONTINUE • Since the rise of the Internet in the mid to late 1990s, companies have listed their products and services for sale online. People have caught on, and many enjoy the benefits and ease of being able to browse for products on e-commerce marketplaces from the comfort of their own homes. In effect, ecommerce marketing has become more important than ever for businesses to stay afloat. In fact, businesses can lose customers or revenue by not maintaining an online presence.
  6. 6. Objective of E-commerce • Ecommerce websites aim at converting the traffic that comes on the website into customers by making them pay online. Such websites overcome the physical and geographical limitations of a business. Traditional transactions are limited in terms of how many people can be reached at a single time. Online transactions, which can be global in reach, can provide content that is both complex and rich, overcoming the traditional trade-off between reach and richness.
  7. 7. Benefits of E-Commerce Hopefully by now you're aware of the main benefits of E-Commerce, which are: • Immediacy - no going to the shops or waiting in queues • Price - goods bought online tend to be cheaper • Choice - the range of goods available is vast and with sites like http://www.kelkoo.co.uk that let you compare goods from many retailers it is easy to find what you want
  8. 8. CONTINUE • 24-hour availability - the shop never closes • Speed - you'll locate what you want much quicker • Global markets - neither you nor the vendor is restricted to your/their locality • Interactivity - get immediate feedback on prices, features etc. • Less paperwork - always a good thing!
  9. 9. Drawbacks of E-Commerce Some of the drawbacks to putting your business online are: • High investment needed • More in-house responsibility for order fulfilment and technology • It is necessary to frequently update your product catalogue. You need the technical skills to do this • Reduced flexibility - it is often difficult to achieve your own house style • Transaction fees and/or commission has to be paid to the service provider
  10. 10. Difference b/w Ecommerce and traditional commerce The major difference is the way that information exchanges and processed: Traditional commerce: • Face to face, telephone line , or email system. • Manual processing of traditional business transaction. • An individual involved in all stages of a business transaction. E-commerce: • • • • Using the internet or other network communication technology Automated processing of business transaction The individual is involved in all stages of the transaction Pulls together all activities of business transactions, marketing and advertising as well as service and customer support.
  11. 11. CLASSIFICATION OF E-COMMERCE • • • • • • BUSINESS – TO – BUSINESS (B2B) BUSINESS TO CUSTOMERS (B2C) CUSTOMER TO CUSTOMER (C2C) NON BUSINESS E-COMMERCE CUSTOMER TO BUSINESS (C2B) INTRA BUSINESS E-COMMERCE
  12. 12. REFRENCES • In 1999, the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL) promulgated the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA). The UETA represents the first national effort to provide uniform rules to govern electronic commerce transactions. • In 1999, the Australian Parliament passed the Electronic Transactions Act 1999 (ETA). • On 4 May 2000, the European Parliament approved the Directive on Electronic Commerce. • In June 1999, the Uniform Law Conference of Canada adopted the Uniform Electronic Commerce Act
  13. 13. E-commerce websites • • • • • www.amazon.com www.ebay.com www.argos.com www.bigcommerce.com www.1shopingchart.com
  14. 14. MY WORKING AREA • BUSINESS – TO – BUSINESS (B2B): • Business-to-business, commerce transactions between businesses, such as between a manufacturer and a wholesaler, or between a wholesaler and a retailer
  15. 15. B2B A type of commerce transaction that exists between businesses, such as those involving a manufacturer and wholesaler, or a wholesaler and a retailer. Business to business refers to business that is conducted between companies, rather than between a company and individual consumers. This is in contrast to business to consumer (B2C) and business to government (B2G). A typical supply chain involves multiple business to business transactions, as companies purchase components and other raw materials for use in its manufacturing processes. The finished product can then be sold to individuals via business to consumer transactions.
  16. 16. B2B • An example that illustrates the business to business concept is automobile manufacturing. Many of a vehicle's components are manufactured independently and the auto manufacturer must purchase these parts separately. For instance, the tires, batteries, electronics, hoses and door locks may be manufactured elsewhere and sold directly to the automobile manufacturer.
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