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E-commerce & E-Buisness-1

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Name Pratik A. Sheth Samkit P. Shah Silky A. Thakkar

Roll No. 15. 16. 55.


E-Commerce refers to the use of Internet and the Web to transact business.


Its about digitally enabled commercial transactions between and among organization and individuals. E-Commerce begins in 1995 when one of the first Internet portals, Netscap.com, accepted the first ads from major corporations and popularized the idea that the Web could be used as a new medium for advertizing sales. Mirroring the history of commercial innovation, such as the telephone, radio, and television, the very rapid growth in ecommerce in the early years created a stock market bubble in E-Commerce.



-Small business and entrepreneurs continue to flood the e-commerce marketplace.DEVELOPMENT IN E-COMMERCE BUISNESS TRANSFORMATION -The first wave of e-commerce transformed the business world of books. retail apparel . especially in travel information clearinghouses.  -The breadth of e-commerce offering grows. TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATION -Wireless Internet connections (Wi-Fi. and overture. -The internet broadband foundation becomes stronger in households and business as transmission price fall. music. such as Amazon-bay. appliances and home furnishings. often riding on the infrastructure created by industry giants. and air travel. entertainment.wi-max and 3G mobile phone) grow rapidly.  .

NEW BUISNESS MODELS EMERGE -Advertisers begin taking advantage of bloges and social sities z new commercial medium. . -News Paper and other media adopt online. interactive models.  -More than half of the Internet user population join a social group on the internet.

namely Internet standers.7 UNIQUE FEATURES OF ECOMMERCE 1. and elsewhere via mobile devices. audio. UNIVERSAL STANDERED -There is one set of technology standers. 4. GLOBAL REACH -The technology reaches across national boundaries. anytime. around the earth. and text messages are possible. at home. 3. RICHNESS -Video. . UBIQUITY -Internet/web technology is available everywhere at work. 2.

. 7. INTERACTIVITY -The technology works through interaction with the users. INFORMATION DENSITY -The technology reduces information cost and raises quality. 6.5. PERSONALIZATION/CUSTOMIZATION -The technology allows personalized messages to be delivered to individuals as well as groups.

instant Low cost. instant Low cost High/low (Depend on product) Strong More Possible/likely TRADITIONAL MARKET Asymmetry High High ( time.delayed High cost High eaker Less Possible/unlikely . travel ) Lower ² purchase now High High cost .delayed High cost .DIGITAL MARKETS COMPARED TO TRADITIONAL MARKETS DIGITAL MARKET Information asymmetry Search costs Transaction Cost Delayed gratification Menu Costs Dynamic Costs Price discrimination Market Segmentation Switching Costs Network effects Disintermediation Asymmetry reduced Low Low(Sometimes Virtually Nothing) High (Or lower in case of a digital good) Low Low cost.

com Priceline.com Google search engine. E* Trade.com Content Provider WSJ. and availability information to individuals and business Saves users money and time by processing online sales transactions and generating a fee each time a transaction occurs. com Expedia.com individual business Provides product. Provides a digital environment where buyers and sellers can meet.com directly to the consumers or RedEnvelope. photo. pricing.com .INTERNET BUSINESS MODELS CATEGORY Virtual Storefront DESCRIPTION EXAMPLES Sell physical product Amazon.vidoe etc Edmunda.com Itunes.com Information Broker Transaction Broker Online Marketplace Ebay. search and display product and establish price for that Creates revenue by providing digital content such as music.

Business-to-Business (B2B) 3. Consumer-to-Consumer (C2C) .TYPES OF E-COMMERCE ´ The three most important categories are« 1. Business-to-Consumers (B2C) 2.

software. Barnesandnoble. which sells books . refined and intermediate fuels chemicals etc are the example of B2B e-commerce.com.e-bay .1. Ex. ChemConnect·s Web site for buying and selling natural gas liquids. Business-to-Business (B2B) .e-bay. For ex.It involves consumers selling directly to consumers. and music to individual consumes .It involves sales of goods and services among businesses. Consumer-to-Consumer (C2C) .It involves retailing products and services to individual shoppers. Ex. enables people to sell their goods to others consumers by auctioning the merchandise off to the highest bidder. 3. Business-to-Consumers (B2C) .is an and example of B2C e-commerce. the giant Web auction.Amazon 2.

Market space 3. 2.ADVANTAGE OF E-COMMERCE 1. Opportunity to reduce costs 4. Efficient applications development environment .Speed. Computer platform-independent 5.

LIMITATION OF E-COMMERCE 1. Perishable goods 4. Limited and selected sensory information 5. Returning goods . Time for delivery of physical products 2. supplier & delivery uncertainty 3. Physical product.


. bills of lading. . and shipping notices. invoices.EDI originally automated the exchange of documents such as purchase order.B2B E-COMMERCE: NEW EFFICIENCY AND RELATIONSHIP -About 80% of the B2B e-commerce is still based on proprietary system for Electronic data interchange(EDI). which enables a computer-to-computer exchange between two organization of standard transaction such as invoices. shipment.

the term may be used to describe any form of electronic business ³. however. or utilizing Internet technologies to improve the productivity or profitability of a business. In a more general sense. and in most contexts e-business refers exclusively to Internet businesses.that is to say.E-BUISNESS What is E-Business E-business is a term used to describe businesses run on the Internet. This usage is somewhat archaic. any business which utilizes a computer. ´ .

in order to reengineer and improve vital business processes all across the enterprise. These organizations view cross-functional enterprise systems as a strategic way to use IT to share information resources and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of business processes. and develop strategic relationship with customers. and business partners.µ .CROSS FUNCTIONAL ENTERPRISE APPLICATION What is Cross Functional Enterprise Application "many organizations are using information technology to develop integrated cross-functional enterprise systems that cross the boundaries of traditional business functions (such as marketing and finance). supplier.

Customer Feedback Market Research Market Test Component Design Product Test Product Release Process Design Marketing R&D /Engineering Manufacturing .´ Example of business process that must be supported by crossfunctional information systems that cross boundaries of several business function.

or ignore decision about IT to one where they cant create a marketing. delegate.FUNCTIONAL BUSINESS SYSTEM -µBusiness managers are moving from a tradition where they could avoid. product. organization. or financial plan that does not involves such decisionµ . international.

Credit Management .Capital Budgeting Accounting Financing .Example of Functional Business information System (How they support the major functional areas of business.Order Processing .Cash Management .Process Control Functional Business System .Inventory control .Manufacturing Resource Planning .Payroll .accounts receivable .Accounts Payable .) Marketing -Customer Relationship Management -Incentive Marketing Production/Operation HRM -Compensation analysis -Employee skill inventory .Investment management .

IT IN BUISNESS . .My productivity. and my computer is writing it down for me.Everything is speeding up. and that effect is to speed up. to simplify the process of work. that is one small example of the affect of software on productivity. of innovation. .T. my ability to transfer my thoughts into text has probably trebled or possibly quadrupled.I. well. of scientific exploration.If you look at a broad spectrum of information technology. I am not actually writing it! I am speaking. is affecting nearly every fact of human endeavor. then the impact on business is vast. for instance I am writing this. . .

promotion and sale of existing products in existing markets.The business function of marketing is concerned with the Planning.Internet/intranet websites and services make an interactive marketing process possible where customer can become partners in creating. . purchasing.MARKETING SYSYTEM .Foe ex. . and the development of new products and new markets to better attract and serve present potential customers.Marketing information system provides information technologies that support major components of the marketing function. marketing. ..

Example of Marketing Information System Components Marketing Information System Interactive Marketing Sales Force Automation Customer relationship management Sales Management Market Research and forecasting Advertising and promotion Product Management .

TARGET MARKETING What is Target Marketing . Context 4. 1. Online Behavior. Community 2.Target Marketing has become an important tool in developing advertising and promotion strategies to strengthen a companies e ²commerce initiatives. . . Demographic/ psychographic 5. Content 3. as well as its traditional business venues.Its and Advertising and promotion concept that included five targeting components.

. (Ex.Companies can customize their Web advertizing message and promotion methods to appeal to people in specific communities.Vacation travel) that is related to companies product.Advertising appears only in web pages that are relevant to the content of the product or service. Community . Content . The Content of this message is aim at targeted audience. 3. So advertising is targets only at people who are already looking for information about a subject matter.1.Advertising such as electronic billboards or banners can be places on variety of selected websites. 2. in addition to a companies web sites. Context .

Adverting and promotion ad efforts can be tailored to each visit to a site by an individual. middle income. male college gradate.4. This strategy is based on a variety of tracking techniques such as where ´ cookieµ files receded on the visitors disk drive from previous visits. Demographic/ psychographic . Online Behavior . . twenty something.Web marketing efforts can be aimed only at specific types or classes of people: For ex-Unmarried . 5.


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