eCommerce & Internet


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In this presentation we will discuss the necessary equipments that one would need to set up an e-business. E-commerce came into existence with the Internet and therefore an internet connection is a mandate to start an e-business.
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eCommerce & Internet

  1. 1. E – Commerce and Internet
  2. 2. E-Business includes• Merchandise • Other logistics planning & analysis • Pricing &• Order entry,order Promotions tracking • Financial accounting & reporting• Order fulfillment • Customer service• Warehousing • Customer• Inventory relationship Management management• Shipping • Knowledge• Returns management and • Supply Chain
  3. 3. Basic Database Configuration for Transaction-Ready Websites Database A InventoryWeb browser Web server CGI Script Database B Identifiable customers Database C Web content & other customers
  4. 4. Steps in a wholesale E-Commerce Transaction User profileon the WWW User preferencing system Step 4 Step 2 Step 3 Step 7 Buyer selects Buyer orders Buyer searches for Buyer pays for product product product product Purchase Homepage catalogs Payment order Order options Content Dynamic confirmation Transaction Transaction publishing server server processing processing Step 5 : P.O. sent to seller Step 6 : Seller confirms order Step 8 : Payment information sent to bank Step 1 Buyer logs on to browser LEGACY iNTEGRATION Legacy Integration 11. Product Seller Legacy Sellers Bank Buyers bank shipped systems Bank step 10: Step 9: Credit approved Credit checked
  5. 5. AIMSTER’s Working Aimster Aimster Q AUsersaskAimster Software provides the answer Software searches the files
  6. 6. Information Flow for a B2B Supply Chain Orders Orders consolidated OrdersRawmaterial Manufacturer Wholesaler RetailerSupplier
  7. 7. Material & Information Flow from Raw Material to Consumer Material Flow Manufactured Repacked Customer RawSupply ChainManagement product product product material Consumer Pricing Pricing Pricing schedules availibility pricing availibility Information Flow
  8. 8. Michael Porter’s Competitive Forces Model
  9. 9. The Value Chain Product manufacturing marketing distribuition developmentsuppliers differentiate Low cost Low cost focus customers
  10. 10. The Value Systemsupplier company distributor support primary s c s c support c primary sS = supplier competitorc = customer
  11. 11. Competitive Forces Model Threat of new entrantsBargaining power of Rivalry among Bargaining powerconsumers existing competitors of suppliers Threat of substitute products/services
  12. 12. ISP – Different Tiers Tier 3Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 4 Tier 3provider providers Tier 5 Tier 3 Tier 3 Local Providers
  13. 13. Community Building Programs• E-mail news letters• Industry relevant reports• Community calendars• Public Bookmark files• Chat events• Promotions and contests• Community forums & bulletin board &• Community knowledge bases
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