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m Meaning & History.
m Need for E-commerce.

m Components, Process & Range of Activities.

m Security in E-commerce.

m Models of E-commerce.

m Advantages & Dis-advantages.

m Future of E-commerce.
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m Commonly known as Electronic Commerce.

m ³E-commerce is the purchasing, selling and exchanging goods


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and services over computer networks (internet) through which
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transaction or terms of sale are performed Electronically´.
m a s: Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)

m a  : Michael Aldrich invented online shopping

m Late a s and early a s: Electronic Data


Interchange (EDI) for e-commerce within companies

ñ In a  Credit card, ATM, Telephone Banking services started

m a s: the World Wide Web on the Internet provides easy-to-


use technology for information publishing and dissemination

m In 22- Ebay & Amazon.com came up with their sites.


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ñ Direct marketing and selling

ñ Value chain integration

ñ Corporate purchasing

ñ Financial and information services

ñ Mobile commerce
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m For Consumers

m For Business purposes


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m Easy and convenient buying
m Commercial transaction can be done at odd hours as compared
to fixed market shopping hours
m Emergency transactions can be done, i.e. buying air-tickets or
railway tickets
m Online offers- Auctions
m Wide variety- specially international transactions can be done
without being physically present at a place
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m ëuge market due to wide reach of internet


m No necessity of hiring a large showroom or shop to show-case
goods
m Reduces transaction costs specially in case of e-contracts
(contracts can be entered into without being physically presentÃ
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m Consumer
All the E-commerce activities are structured for & around the
consumers.
m Internet Service Providers (ISP)
They provide internet connections to all the parties involved in E-
commerce. for e.g. ëathway, MTNL, BSNL.etc.

m Vebsites
It is a virtual space created for display of various products & services
offered for e-commerce. for e.g. www.eBay.in

m Secure socket layer


SSL is a protocol that encrypts the data between the shopper¶s
computer & the Site server.
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m panks
Banks facilitate the payment of money for Goods & Services bought
or sold through Credit cards & E-payment.
m System providers
They provide technological & legal framework under which the
payment providers have to function.
m Content providers
Úrovide the Goods & Services over the internet for sale.
m ÿogistics
The logistics provide the warehousing & transportation of products to
the end users. for e.g fedex
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   è Accessibility to Authorized
people only.
m     è All the resources are made
available.
m   è This ensures that the information is
safe.

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ñ Authentication : Authentication is generally required to
access secure data or enter a secure data.
ñ Authorization : Authorization is the function of
specifying access rights to resources.
ñ Encryption : Encryption is the process of transforming
information using an algorithm to make it unreadable to
anyone except those possessing special knowledge.
ñ Auditing : ©eeps a record of operations. Merchants use
auditing to prove that you bought a specific merchandise.
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m CUSTOMER
m CUSTOMERS COMÚUTER

m WEBSITESERVER

m SOFTWARE VENDOR
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m EDUCATION
m ÚERSONAL FIREWALLS

m SECURE SOC©ET LAYERS


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Five basic models of E-commerce
ñ B2C i.e. Business to Consumer.

ñ B2B i.e. Business to Business.

ñ B2G i.e. Business to Government.

ñ C2B i.e. Consumer to Business.

ñ C2C i.e. Consumer to Consumer.


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m pusiness-to-Consumer describes activities of E-


businesses serving end consumers with products and/or
services
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m pusiness-to-pusiness is a term commonly used to


describe electronic commerce transactions between
businesses
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m pusiness to Government is a derivative of B2B


marketing and referred to as a market definition of
"Úublic Sector Marketing" which encompasses
marketing products and services to the Cñ 
Government through Integrated Marketing
Communications techniques
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ñConsumer-2-pusiness: (C2p)
A consumer posts his project with a set budget online and
within hours companies review the consumers requirements
and bid on the project.
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m Consumer-To-Consumer (C2C)
It involves the electronically-facilitated transactions between
consumers through some third party. A common example is the
online auction.
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ñ Empowers one to execute business transactions 24 hours a day and
even on holidays and weekends.

ñ Enables a business concern or individual to reach the global market.

ñ Convenient and time saving than conventional shopping.

ñ For business concerns, e-commerce significantly cuts down the cost


associated with marketing, customer care, processing, information
storage and inventory management.

ñ E-commerce reduces the burden of infrastructure to conduct


businesses and thereby raises the amount of funds available for
profitable investment.

ñ Efficient customer care services.


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SCOPE OF ECOMMERCE

ñ Rival tradeindia.com: ëas  registered buyers and


has growth rate.
ñ Indiamart.com :  enquiries every month
ñ Makemytrip .com: Made a business of acrs which
was 2 of total ecommerce business.
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