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  2. 2. 11 What is E-Commerce ? Major Categories of E-Commerce 2 4 Multistage Model for E-commerce 5 How to Go Online ? 2 3 5 Contents 2 6 Basic Components of a Successful E-Commerce Model How the E – Commerce Website Works
  3. 3. 17 Technical Components of E-Commerce2 Conclusion 3 4 5 8 9 10 11 Contents 3 Advantages & Disadvantages Of E-Commerce 12 The Present & Future of E-commerce in India Threats to E-Commerce E-Commerce Challenges
  4. 4. WHAT is E - Commerce 4 [1] E - commerce = “Electronic Commerce” E –Commerce is the purchasing ,Exchanging & selling of goods & services over computer networks through which transaction or terms of sale are performed electronically.
  5. 5. WHY E - Commerce 5  Low Entry Cost  Reduces Transaction Costs  Access to the Global Network  Secure Market Share
  6. 6. Major Categories of E-Commerce 6 1 ) BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS (B2B) [2]  Online transactions between businesses.  Companies that specialize in Marketing , Advertising, Website development. Example : Dell deals with Computer & other accessories online but it does not make up all products.
  7. 7. Major Categories of E commerce (contd.) 7 2 ) CONSUMER-TO-CONSUMER (C2C)/PEER-TO-PEER [2]  Exchange between consumers.  It can involve third party.  Bid or sell. Examples :,
  8. 8. Major Categories of E commerce (contd.) 8 3 ) CONSUMER-TO-BUSINESS (C2B) [2]  Consumer present themselves as buyer.  Sites provide market strategies. Example : ,,
  9. 9. 9How to Go Online ?  Buying domain from godaddy, BigRock etc.  Search for web hosting like godaddy, aws, or private servers.  Mobile application for Play Store, windows, app store etc.
  10. 10. 10Basic Components of a Successful E-Commerce Model COMMERCE Consumers & Business Buying & Selling CONTENT Industry News Economic News & Stock Prices COMMUNITY Business Rooms Chat Rooms
  11. 11. 11Multistage Model for E-commerce Buyer 1. Search & Identification5. After Sales Service 4. Product & Service Delivery 3. Purchasing 2. Selection & Negotiation Electronic Distribution
  12. 12. How the E – Commerce Website Works 12
  13. 13. 13  Define an effective e-commerce model and strategy  Need to change distribution systems and work processes  Integrate Web-based order processing with traditional systems  Web sites must be designed to protect against Denial-of-service (DOS) attack ( an attempt to make a machine or network resource unavailable to its intended users ). E-Commerce Challenges
  14. 14. 14Technical Components of E-Commerce [3] NETWORK INTERNET High Speed Connection To Network E-Commerce Software Server Software Server Operating System Web Server Software
  15. 15. Technical Components of E-Commerce (contd.) 15 Web Server : It is a hardware device that is used to host an E- Commerce website. Web Browser : It is a software application that is stored on machine that allows someone to access the internet. Example : Internet Explorer (IE), Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox Web Server Software : Web servers need to run Web Server Software that manages access attempts to a website. Server Software Packages : Windows IIS (internet information services) that runs on Windows based web servers and Apache that runs on Linux based web servers.
  16. 16. Technical Components of E-Commerce (contd.) 16  A database system : The database is used to store information about the products that are for sale on the store. Technologies : PHP (a programming script) and MySQL are used to communication between the website and the database management system (DBMS).
  17. 17. Technical Components of E-Commerce (contd.) 17  TCP / IP : TCP (transfer control protocol) is a rule of how connections are set up between two devices & IP stands for Internet protocol and each device on a network has a fully unique IP address. Port : Ports allow a device with one IP address to access another device with a different unique IP address. Domain Name : When starting an E-Commerce site it is important to register a recognisable domain name that links to your company and brand.
  18. 18. 18Electronic Payment Systems Electronic wallet : A computerized stored value that holds credit card information, electronic cash, owner identification, and address information. Credit card Charge card Debit card Smart card
  19. 19. 19Advantages & Disadvantages Of E-Commerce[6] ADVANTAGES Available 24 Hours a Day DISADVANTGES Can Shop when It Is Convenient Can Be Faster than the Browsing Around The Street Quick Comparison Between Products and Prices Search For Deals Customer’s of Freedom of purchasing Items instead of stores at any time of a Day Product must be shipped to the Customer and Delay and Uncertainty is a very important issue No possibility of Checking the Product before purchasing Possibility of Credit Card number Theft Risk of Fraud Only 1/9th of the total stock is available
  20. 20. 20  Theft of intellectual property Threats to E - Commerce  Theft On Patents on business processes  Phishing : Gibberish messages purportedly from a legitimate institution to pry personal information from customers by convincing them to go to a “spoof” Web site.  Online auction fraud  Spam : e-mail sent to a wide range of people and Usenet groups indiscriminately
  21. 21. 21 E–Commerce Challenges In India some years back [4] The Present & Future of E-commerce in India  Very Low Internet Penetration  Less Infrastructure  Strong Offline or Traditional Shopping Culture  Challenge with achieving Profitability  Dominance of Cash based Transactions
  22. 22. The Present & Future of E-commerce in India 22 The recent Scenario Of E-commerce in India
  23. 23. 23The Present & Future of E-commerce in India E-commerce industry as % of country’s GDP growth
  24. 24. 24  According to Business World Estimate near about 60,000 new Jobs will be created for the internet world alone in the next 2 years. The Present & Future of E-commerce in India(contd.)  E-Commerce Transactions have crossed Rs. 3500 crore milestone in 2011,a jump of 350% from the 2008-2009 figure of Rs. 1000 crore .  eBay said that Consumers are trending goods worth almost Rs. 1 crore everyday , across the India.
  25. 25. Conclusion 25 We are living in a highly sophisticated & mechanical world of 21st century but still there are millions of people who are still in darkness. If we want the optimum development of our nation then the infrastructure should be developed enough to give each & every people the opportunity to access internet. And not only that E- Shopping is good enough but still we must not forget the good impacts of Offline finance too. Because without it ,millions of citizen will be starved. We should look forward so that our new inventions can widen the scope of job opportunities of thousands of people.
  26. 26. References Taken 1. 3. required-for-e-commerce/ 2. Business/Concepts_and_Definitions 4. 5. Photos/ g_charticle_web.jpg 6. disadvantages-of-e-commerce.html 26
  27. 27. Developed & Presented By  SOUVIK DAS  NABARUN ROY  SUBHAJIT SAHA  SOUPTIK MONDAL Computer Science Department 6th Semester, 3rd Year TECHNO INDIA,SALT LAKE