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  • 1.
    • k.Arunkumar
    • AIT-07-002
    e-Commerce
  • 2. Outline:
    • Introduction
    • Definition
    • Categorization
    • Forces-fuel
  • 3. Introduction:
    • In the emerging global economy, e-commerce has increasingly become a necessary component of business strategy and a strong catalyst for economic development. It has revolutionized relationships within organizations and those between and among organizations and individuals.
  • 4. Economy relationship:
  • 5. What is E-Commerce ?
    • Electronic commerce , commonly known as e-Commerce , consists of the buying and selling of products or services over electronic systems such as the Internet and other computer networks.
    • In shopping, banking, stocks, airline booking, movie rentals.
  • 6. What forces are fueling e-commerce?
    • economic forces
    • marketing and customer interaction forces
    • technology
  • 7.
    • Information technologies used to support business-to-business e-commerce include email,EDI and EFT, product catalogues, and order processing systems.
    • EDI-electronic data interchange.
    • EFT-electronic fund transfer.
  • 8. Categorization:
    • business-to-business (B2B)
    • business-to-consumer (B2C)
    • business-to-government (B2G)
    • consumer-to-consumer (C2C)
    • mobile commerce (m-commerce).
  • 9. Business-to-consumer:
    • in which organizations provide information online to customers, who can in turn place orders and make payments via the internet.
    • It allows customers to make enquiries about products, place orders, pay accounts, and obtain service support via the Internet.
    • It is the second largest and the earliest form of e-commerce.
    • Eg., Amazon.com…
  • 10. Business-to-business:
    • It comprises the major (80%) of electronic transactions, involving the supply chain between organizations and their distributors, resellers, suppliers and other partners.
    • Efficient management of the supply chain can cut costs, increase profits, improve
    • relationships with customers and suppliers, and gain competitive advantage.
  • 11. Consumer-to-consumer:
    • in which individuals sell products or services directly to other individuals.
    • Auctions are the most popular method of conducting business between individuals over the Internet.
    • Other C2C activities include classified advertising, selling of personal services such as astrology and medical advice, and the exchange of files especially music and computer games.
  • 12. Business-to-government:
    • It is generally defined as commerce between companies and the public sector. i.e for public procurement, licensing procedures, and other government-related operations.
    • Mobile commerce:
    • Commerce through wireless technology such as cellular telephones and PDAs. Japan is seen as a global leader in m-commerce.
  • 13.
    • Thank you

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