PRESENTED BY:
RAKESH A (U113163)
RANJANA PATIL (U113164)
ROHIT SHEKHAR (U113165)
SAMIT PATNAIK (U113166)
SAMYAK SABAT (U11...
 Buying and selling of products or services over
electronic systems such as the Internet and other
computer networks.
 T...
Conducting e-commerce with individuals outside a
firm requires
 Establishing an electronic presence in the virtual
world....
Some of the successful elements of an e-commerce
website are -
 displaying product information/pictures clearly
 offerin...
Figure : Transaction process
Customers typically need to:
 generate and approve purchase orders
 accept and verify deliveries
 receive and approve i...
Amazon
www.amazon.com
The portal proposes different articles from different brands offering the
consumer a large choice of...
iTunes and Harvard Business Review
www.apple.com/itunes/store and www.hbsp.harvard.edu
User pays to get the entertainment ...
eBay
www.ebay.com
The user sells to the user by auctions.
THE E-AUCTION SITE
 Inexpensive way to help customers and suppliers
find one another
 Enhanced and simplified product selection
 Consisten...
 B2B E-Commerce is the electronic exchange of
business documents between businesses for the
purpose of conducting commerc...
Dell
www.dell.com
The company sells computers to other companies via the internet. The
interaction can also be done via th...
Alibaba
www.alibaba.com
Wholesale retailers get in touch with business buyers and bargain over the
internet over the produ...
 Scalability
 Improved efficiencies
 More customers
 Increased sales
 Improved brand awareness
 Analytics
 Meet defined needs perceived as important by
buyers
 Perform all activities in sales and distribution
process that are ...
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  1. 1. PRESENTED BY: RAKESH A (U113163) RANJANA PATIL (U113164) ROHIT SHEKHAR (U113165) SAMIT PATNAIK (U113166) SAMYAK SABAT (U113167) SANJEEBAN MOHANTY
  2. 2.  Buying and selling of products or services over electronic systems such as the Internet and other computer networks.  The entire online process of developing, marketing, selling, delivering, servicing and paying for products and services.
  3. 3. Conducting e-commerce with individuals outside a firm requires  Establishing an electronic presence in the virtual world.  This is done by creating a website.  These pages contain the information that a company wishes to share with others.  Includes catalogue of goods and services for sale.
  4. 4. Some of the successful elements of an e-commerce website are -  displaying product information/pictures clearly  offering multiple payment options  providing telephone support  including postage & taxes in purchase price  giving a money back guarantee  working on a secure platform.
  5. 5. Figure : Transaction process
  6. 6. Customers typically need to:  generate and approve purchase orders  accept and verify deliveries  receive and approve invoices  make payments  link purchases into accounting, inventory management, production control and/or other internal systems  Track status of orders, delivery dates and invoices
  7. 7. Amazon www.amazon.com The portal proposes different articles from different brands offering the consumer a large choice of products. The retailer
  8. 8. iTunes and Harvard Business Review www.apple.com/itunes/store and www.hbsp.harvard.edu User pays to get the entertainment content provided by the site. The Content Providers
  9. 9. eBay www.ebay.com The user sells to the user by auctions. THE E-AUCTION SITE
  10. 10.  Inexpensive way to help customers and suppliers find one another  Enhanced and simplified product selection  Consistent pricing in industries  Improved information transfers between customers and suppliers  Improved post-sale service  Ex: Dell Computer now achieves around half its sales from the Internet.
  11. 11.  B2B E-Commerce is the electronic exchange of business documents between businesses for the purpose of conducting commerce.  Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is a standard format for exchanging business data between businesses.
  12. 12. Dell www.dell.com The company sells computers to other companies via the internet. The interaction can also be done via the phone. Example 1: The e-auctions site
  13. 13. Alibaba www.alibaba.com Wholesale retailers get in touch with business buyers and bargain over the internet over the products. They can also enter in contact via the phone. Example 2: The wholesale portal
  14. 14.  Scalability  Improved efficiencies  More customers  Increased sales  Improved brand awareness  Analytics
  15. 15.  Meet defined needs perceived as important by buyers  Perform all activities in sales and distribution process that are expected by customers  Provide additional value to customers as compared to other competitors

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