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Facebook for infibeam.com: Project Overview

  1. 1. 1 Facebook Application For Infibeam.com Parth N. AcharyaCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  2. 2. Scope of the Presentation| Overview 2Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  3. 3. What does Infibeam.com do? | Company Profile 3 • Infibeam.com owns and operates an e-commerce retail portal www.infibeam.com • The company offers • new and used cars, bikes, scooters, mopeds, • mobile phones and accessories, • books, • cameras, • watches, • health equipment, • cakes, chocolates, flowers, and gifts; • home and lifestyle products, such as apparel and accessories, home furnishing, jewellery, eyewear, and toys/games.Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  4. 4. What does Infibeam.com do? | Company Profile 4Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  5. 5. What does Infibeam.com do? | Company Profile 5 • It also provides – cars and vehicles on rent, – travel packages, – loan and finance, – insurance services, – Infibeam Pi and Infibeam Phi, touch screen media devices that support high definition multimedia formats.Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  6. 6. Infibeam.com | Long Term Objectives 6 • Generate direct revenue through orders and advertising space • Build Brand Image • Enhance Customer Service • Lower Operating Cost • Customer Stages: – Awareness – Interest – Trial – RepeatCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  7. 7. Approach towards Long term Objectives | How to achieve them? 7 • Attack the Social Networking Websites – WHY? • Users spend 4 times as much time on social media than email • 90% of 18-29 year olds sleep with their cell phones • Provides convenient way to use services • Large pool of customers • Space for mouth to mouth publicity • Enhances Brand Image • Availability of large number of social networking websitesCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  8. 8. Social Networking Websites| Available Market Spaces 8Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  9. 9. Facebook.com| Why Facebook? 9Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  10. 10. Facebook.com| Why Facebook? 10Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  11. 11. Facebook.com| Why Facebook? 11Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  12. 12. Facebook.com| Why Facebook? 12Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  13. 13. Facebook.com| Why Facebook? 13Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  14. 14. Facebook.com| Why Facebook? 14Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  15. 15. Facebook.com| Why Facebook? 15Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  16. 16. Facebook.com| Why Facebook? 16Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  17. 17. Integrating your ecommerce web portal with Facebook| The Challenges 17 • Facebook webpage framework:- – Facebook contains its own forms of framework which includes modified markup language like FBML and query language FQL • Scaling up the original website:- – In order to make the website work as the Facebook application, the dimension of the website needs to be scaled down to Facebook frame’s requirements. • Integrating Payment service with the application:- – It becomes necessary when the customer doesn’t want to be taken out of Facebook environment and perform all the e-shopping activities (including activities from product browsing to checkout) without leaving the Facebook.com.Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  18. 18. Integrating your ecommerce web portal with Facebook| Current Deployment 18Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  19. 19. Integrating your ecommerce web portal with Facebook| Current Deployment 19Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  20. 20. Disadvantages| Current Deployment 20• Takes user away from Facebook• Time consumption• Complicates processes for Administrators• User loses the focus• Less effective deploymentCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  21. 21. Solution| Plan of the Project 21 • Give Facebook Users space to buy from Infibeam within Facebook itself • Allow Facebook Users to perform all activities that can be done on the Infibeam web portal • Allow to users to ‘Like’ or ‘Share’ products of Infibeam on Facebook • Take maximum benefit of Social Marketing • Increase target customersCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  22. 22. Solution| Available Tools 22Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  23. 23. Solution| Available Tools : Application Creation 23Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  24. 24. Solution| Available Tools : View Insight 24Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  25. 25. Solution| Available Tools : Debugger 25Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  26. 26. Solution| Available Tools : Test Consoles 26Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  27. 27. System Design| Software Process Model 27 Waterfall ModelCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  28. 28. System Analysis| Feasibility Study 28 • Technical Feasibility – High Feasibility • Facebook’s own API : FBML and FQL • iFrames • Test Console • Economical Feasibility – High Feasibility • Bottom Line Consideration • Use of OpenSource • High benefit on costCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  29. 29. System Analysis| Feasibility Study 29 • Schedule Feasibility – Moderated Feasibility • Single Developer • Insufficient time period • High demand • Operational Feasibility – High Feasibility • Almost no training required • Use of OpenSource • Easy to handleCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  30. 30. System Analysis | Feasibility Study 30 • Resource Feasibility – High Feasibility • Hardware requirements : fulfilled by company • Software requirements : SDKs Available – JavaScript SDK – PHP SDK • Cultural Feasibility – High Feasibility • Online shopping • Social Networking • Deadly combination : Target young massCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  31. 31. System Analysis | Requirement Specification 31 • Functional Requirement – Building an Application – Embedding with Facebook – Activities : •Browsing Infibeam catalog •‘Like’/’Share’ Product •Add products to cart •Make payment All activities should be carried out on Facebook only. (Remaining into the Facebook environment)Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  32. 32. System Analysis | Requirement Specification 32 • Non-functional Requirement – Accessibility • Utmost : all one needs is Internet and Facebook account. – Dependencies on other Parties • Dependent on framework provided by Facebook – Disaster recovery • No specified requirements – Platform compatibility • Compatibility with all OS due to development based on scripting languages.Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  33. 33. System Analysis | Requirement Specification 33 • Customer Requirement – Transact all Infibeam business without coming out of Facebook • Structural Requirement – Collaborative development between Facebook and InfibeamCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  34. 34. E-R Diagram 34Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  35. 35. DFD Level 0 35Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  36. 36. DFD Level 1 36Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  37. 37. DFD Level 2 37Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  38. 38. Functional Decomposition 38 DiagramCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  39. 39. Sequence Diagram : End User 39 Browse CatalogCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  40. 40. Sequence Diagram : End User 40 Add item to CartCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  41. 41. Sequence Diagram : Admin 41 Update CatalogCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  42. 42. Activity Diagram 42Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  43. 43. Glimpse into the Future| Final Outcome 43 • Integrated Look – Infibeam website defined within Facebook as an Application • Carrying out all the activities within Facebook – Browse Catalog – Add items to Cart – Make Payment – In total, Buy Products from InfibeamCompany Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  44. 44. Glimpse into the Future| Integrated Look 44Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  45. 45. Glimpse into the Future| Browse Catalog 45Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  46. 46. Glimpse into the Future| Add item to Cart 46Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  47. 47. Glimpse into the Future| Checkout 47Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  48. 48. Questionnaires | Any Questions? 48Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis
  49. 49. End of Presentation| Thank you. 49Company Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Info Goes Here Just LikeThis

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