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Know What is E-Commerce,
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  • There is no single definition
  • Definitions of Procurement : Dealing with the legal problems that arise from large contracts for the supply of goods or services, especially for businesses or government organisations.
  • Example Intel sells products to other businesses rather than consumers. Intel accepts > 95% of its orders online ($26 billion in 2003); also Intel purchases billions of dollars worth of raw materials on-line every year
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    • 1. An Introduction to E-Commerce Presented By:- Shishir Jain
    • 2. An Introduction to E-Commerce
      • What is e-commerce?
      • What are the categories of e-commerce ?
      • What are the advantages and disadvantages of e-commerce?
      • Example
    • 3. What is E -C ommerce
      • E -commerce is a general term for any type of business, or commercial transaction that involves the transfer of information across the Internet. This covers a range of different types of businesses from consumer-based retail sites, like, through auction and music sites like eBay or, to business exchanges trading goods or services between corporations.
    • 4. E-commerce Categories
      • There are Three Major e-commerce categories:
        • Business to Consumer (or B2C ) e-commerce
        • Business to Business (or B2B ) e-commerce (sometimes called e-procurement)
        • Consumer-to-consumer (or C2C ) e-commerce
    • 5. B2 C e-commerce
      • Description
        • Businesses sell products or services to individual customers (consumers)
      • Example
        • sells merchandise to consumers through its Web site
      • Web site
    • 6. B2B E-commerce
      • Description
        • Businesses sell products or services to other businesses
      • Example
        • sells industrial supplies to large and small businesses through its Web site
      • Web site
    • 7. C 2 C e-commerce
      • Description
        • Participants in an online marketplace can buy and sell goods with each other
      • Example
        • Consumers and businesses trade with each other on
      • Web site
    • 8. Advantages of E-commerce
      • Increases sales, decreases cost
        • Allows small businesses to have global customer base
        • Reduced cost through electronic sales enquires, price quotes and order taking
      • Provides purchasing opportunities for buyers (businesses can identify new suppliers and partners)
      • Increase speed and accuracy for exchanged information, thus reducing cost
    • 9. Disadvantages of E-commerce
      • Inability to sell some products (e.g. high cost jewelry and perishable foods, although supermarkets like delivers to your home)
      • The newness and evolution of the current technology
      • Many products require a large number of people to purchase to be viable
      • High capital investment
    • 10. E-commerce Categories Example
      • You are a computer manufacturing company who performs the following activities on the Internet:
        • Sells computers to individuals ( B2C )
        • Purchases parts (e.g. hard drives, power supplies etc.) from a supplier ( B2B )
        • On individuals buy and sell this brand of computers ( C2C )
    • 11. THANK YOU