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Welcome to the case study on E-commerce

Premier University Faculty of Business Studies

Presented ByJebun

Nahar Didarul Alam Sreeporna Das Sharma Hasan Murad

Introduction to E-Commerce Definition of E-commerce History of E-Commerce E-Commerce Infrastructure Dimensions of E-Commerce Traditional Commerce vs E-Commerce Conventional payment Mechanisams Electronic payment Mechanisams


Skill and Step of E-Commerce Electronic Catalog of E-commerce Scope and Opportunity of E-commerce Advantages and disadvantages of ECommerce E-Commerce in Different Sector of Bangladesh Some important E-shop of Bangladesh Conclusion

 Introduction to E-commerce

is called electronic commerce which entails the use of the Internet in the marketing, identification, payment and delivery of goods and services.

E-commerce definition  

e-market is a facilitated online environment that connects multiple buyers and suppliers in a single, Web-based hub. The E-commerce Resource Center define that ,E-commerce is a broad term describing business activities associated with technical data through electronically.

History of E-commerce
 In

1980s a number of communication companies add introduce VAN  In the end of 1980s EDI is introduced  In 1990-91 the E-commerce in internet is used commercially  In Feb 2000, an Irish consultancy firm, Nua estimated the number of Ecommerce site for worldwide commercial users

E-Commerce Infrastructure
 The

diagram below shows an example of an e-commerce infrastructure. It shows clients, customers, partners and suppliers to the left and how they may connect to an Internet company to the right through the Internet.

The Dimensions of E-commerce

can be broken into these main categories: 2. B2B{Business to Business} 3. B2C{Business to Consumers} 4. B2G{Business to Government} 5. C2C{Consumer to Consumer} 6. C2B{Consumer to Business}

Traditional Commerce vs eCommerce
 Sales


Channel  Sales Hour /Region  Sales place/method  Marketing activity  Capital

Conventional payment mechanisms
 Cash  Documents

Electronic payment mechanisms

{Electronic Data Interchange}  EFT {Electronic Fund Transfer}  SET {Secure Electronic Transaction}
 Home

banking  Smart Card  Credit Card
 Electronic

Cheque  Electronic Cash

Skills and Steps of E-commerce structure
Create website Setup an Ecommerce store A merchant account and payment gateway Create secure payment environment Generate traffic

Using a Using an OS Miva web online Comm merch designer site erce ant builder

Merchant account

Payment gateway

A secure sockets layer (SSL) certificate enable to receive cried it card Information securely from your customer. With payment no SSL certificate is required.

Submitted your site to search engines. Advertise your site. Keep your company name in front of your customers with regular email Add more content to your website to keep it fresh. Monitor your website traffic to see where it’s coming from and how can increase traffic for key contents areas.

  Electronic Catalog of E-Commerce
Electronic catalogs allow potential buyers to search an entire product line using various keywords and other characters

Scope of e-commerce



Opportunities of E-commerce
 For  For  For  For

consumers Business Governments Society

Benefits of E-Commerce
 Global

reach  Cost of acquiring serving and retaining customers  An extended enterprise is easy to build  Dis-intermediation  Improved customer service to your clients  Power to provide the ‘best of both the world’s

Benefits of E-Commerce

Benefits of e-Commerce to Organization Benefits of e-Commerce to Consumers Benefits of e-Commerce to Society

  Inadequate  Security 

inspection facility

Legal issues  Technical Limitations  Non- Technical Limitations


in the RMG Sector E-Commerce in the Oil and Gas Sector E-Finance in Chittagong Banking on the Web


Some e-commerce shop of Bangladesh

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