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SMEs - Ecommerce● Firms in growth phase want to expand customer base, enter newproduct markets & rationalize business● SME...
Capability Analysis                      2
Ecommerce Different Aspects●   Operational Aspect●   Technological Dimension●   Legal Aspect                              3
Impact on Various Distribution Costs                          4
Ecommerce Impact● Internet based systems have resulted in heavy reduction of costscompared to Traditional systems● Continu...
Adoption of ECommerce                        6
Ecommerce IndicatorsE-commerce readiness  Number and percentage share of economic units with Internet access, Web sites ...
Conclusion●Adoption of ICT is just a part of the story – Great importance the useof them● On average most SMEs have limite...
For more information on partnering with vEmployee,Contact us at sales@vemployee.comorVisit our website at: www.vemployee.c...
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E-Commerce SME

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Firms in growth phase want to expand their customer base, enter new product markets and
rationalize their business. The advent of internet based electronic commerce has given them
ample opportunities do so. Although many SME's have embraced ICT and taken up e-commerce,
the adoption rate has been rather slow. Many industry analysts attribute this slow adoption rate
to the lack of awareness of e-commerce applications.

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E-Commerce SME

  1. 1. E-Commerce for SME www.vEmployee.com
  2. 2. SMEs - Ecommerce● Firms in growth phase want to expand customer base, enter newproduct markets & rationalize business● SMEs have embraced ICT and Ecommerce but the adotption rate isslow● Other reasons: Lack of capital & skill personnel, Cost of Ecommercesolutions & Core structure of SMEs 1
  3. 3. Capability Analysis 2
  4. 4. Ecommerce Different Aspects● Operational Aspect● Technological Dimension● Legal Aspect 3
  5. 5. Impact on Various Distribution Costs 4
  6. 6. Ecommerce Impact● Internet based systems have resulted in heavy reduction of costscompared to Traditional systems● Continued exponential growth of Internet coupled with growingubiquity●IP based application options have been able to achieve gross savings ofbetween 5 % - 40%● Adoption has been slow and results are unclear 5
  7. 7. Adoption of ECommerce 6
  8. 8. Ecommerce IndicatorsE-commerce readiness  Number and percentage share of economic units with Internet access, Web sites  Perceived benefits of and barriers to e-commerce  ICT skillsE-commerce Intensity  Internet transactions: type of transaction  Use of Web sites  Proportion of firms providing electronic information services  Proportion of firms providing electronic marketing or advertising services  Percentage share of electronic transactions over all transactions 7
  9. 9. Conclusion●Adoption of ICT is just a part of the story – Great importance the useof them● On average most SMEs have limited access of full range of benefits ofelectronic commerce● Internet based Ecommerce offers considerable opportunities toexpand, enter new product range and rationalize the businesses●Although definition & measurement of Ecommerce is difficult, theSMEs have shown impressive growth in rate of adoption 8
  10. 10. For more information on partnering with vEmployee,Contact us at sales@vemployee.comorVisit our website at: www.vemployee.com.Connect on our social networking site as well:www.twitter.com/vEmployee www.slideshare.net/vEmployee www.facebook.com/vEmployee www.vEmployee.com
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