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E Commerce

E Commerce

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    E com E com Presentation Transcript

    • Management Information Systems E-Commerce Md. Rakibul Hoque
    • E-business
      • E-business is the use of the Internet and IT to execute all of the business processes for the firm. E-business includes e-commerce, all internal processes, and coordination with business partners such as customers and suppliers
    • E-Commerce
      • E simply means anything done via the internet and commerce means buying and selling products, services and information.
      • So, E Commerce refers to the process of buying and selling or exchanging of products, services, or information via computer networks including internet.
    • E-Commerce
      • E-commerce is associated with buying and selling of information, products and services via computer networks to-day and in the future via any one of the myriad of networks that make up the I-way.
      • E-commerce concerns the processes for buying and selling goods and services electronically
    • E-Commerce
      • Electronic commerce is the paperless exchange of business information using electronic data interchange (EDI), e-mail, electronic bulletin boards, fax transmissions and electronic fund transfer. It refers to Internet shopping, online stock and bond transactions, the downloading and selling of “soft merchandise” such as software, documents, graphics, music etc (Business town.com).