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E commerce world goes ahead

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Electronic commerce will be developing rapidly in the nearest future. Forrester Research predicts for the online market a 7% annual growth for the next 5 years. By 2014 the annual sales turnover, according to their estimations, will amount 44 billion euro. A forecast like this makes seriously consider the benefits for those businesses that are already selling their goods online or intend to start doing it in the nearest future. A start-up project in this sphere requires high quality software. A software solution must take into account the peculiarities of your business and allow you to focus on your main tasks and objectives.

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E commerce world goes ahead

  1. 1. ©2011 by EliNext Groupe-Commerce: World Goes AheadInternet has been developing rapidly lately. It ishardly possible to imagine a European householdwithout internet connection.According to a survey carried out in 2010 by Initiative D21public association, 70% of Germany residents have access tothe global network. On the one hand, such widedissemination of internet access enables businesses to baseall activities in the internet. On the other hand, more andmore people open for themselves the benefits of e-Commerce and start using it on an everyday basis.Consumer habits change in short time. Today the choice ofgoods is very wide. Consumers want to buy quality goods fora reasonable price and save time. Online stores allow tocompare many offers and to order an item in a few minutes.Some more statistical proof that electronic commercebecomes more popular can be found in recent study carriedout by the union to Online Research Study Group (AGOF).The study shows that 97.7% internet users look for goodsonline, 87.1% users make purchases through the World
  2. 2. ©2011 by EliNext GroupWide Web. Owing to the decreased expenses, the prices ininternet stores are, as a rule, lower than in offline stores.Besides that, online trade is often referred to as a greenalternative to offline stores, because all goods are deliveredand consumers do not have to use own cars. In 2010, suchorganizations as EHI and Statista analyzed the e-Commercemarket in Germany. The survey encompasses 1000 majoronline stores in Germany. The study proves that onlinemarket of goods has reached a sales turnover of 17.5 billioneuro in Germany. The quarter of the turnover belongs to thetop 10 e-Commerce service providers. The biggest onlinestores in Germany are:Amazon.deQuelle.deOtto.deConrad.deNeckermann.de
  3. 3. ©2011 by EliNext GroupInternet stores sell all sorts of things. Five major online retailsales segments in Germany are:General storeComputersConsumer electronics and accessoriesClothes and shoesData carriers (books, CD, DVD, software)Electronic commerce will be developing rapidly in the nearestfuture. Forrester Research predicts for the online market a7% annual growth for the next 5 years. By 2014 the annualsales turnover, according to their estimations, will amount 44billion euro. A forecast like this makes seriously consider thebenefits for those businesses that are already selling theirgoods online or intend to start doing it in the nearest future.A start-up project in this sphere requires high qualitysoftware. A software solution must take into account thepeculiarities of your business and allow you to focus on yourmain tasks and objectives.P.S. The article contains a random picture on request"eCommerce." If you are the rightful owner of the image anddo not want it to be here, please, let me know.
  4. 4. ©2011 by EliNext GroupELINEXT GROUPWebsite: http://www.elinext.comEmail: info@elinext.comBlog: http://software-topics.comFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/elinextTwitter: https://twitter.com/elinextLinked.in: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/EliNext-4466865Ireland officeMarina House, Adelphi QuayWaterford, Republic of IrelandPhone: +353 (51) 347 477Belarus Development Center155b Bogdanovich St.220040 Minsk, BelarusPhone: +375 (17) 237 53 65Vietnam Development Center37A Phan Xich Long St.Ward 3, Phu Nhuan DistrictHo Chi Minh City, VietnamPhone: +84 (8) 3995 6849Suggested citation: EliNext Group.2011. “e-Commerce: World Goes Ahead”<http://www.elinext.com/ecom>

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