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E-BUSINESS :GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE AND

FUTURE PROSPECTS

Presented by : Vikas Kr.


Pathak
Mrinmoy Roy
Shyamjee Soni
Aman Dhyani
Shambhavi

TABLE OF CONTENT:

1- What is e-business?
2- Past historic background of E-business.
3- Recent trends and developments in E-business
4- Current and issues /problems
5- Solutions/options to current problems
6-Major players of e- business
7- Future trends in E-business

WHAT IS E-BUSINESS AND E-COMMERCE

HISTORY OF E-COMMERCE
Background

E-commerce actually began in the 1970s when larger corporations


started creating private networks to share information with business
partners and suppliers.
This process, called Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), transmitted
standardized data that streamlined the procurement process between
businesses, so that paperwork and human intervention were nearly
eliminated.
EDI is still in place, and is so effective at reducing costs and improving
efficiency that an estimated 95% of Fortune 1,000 companies use it.

RECENT TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS IN E-BUSINESS


REASONS FOR THE GROWTH

RECENT TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS IN E-BUSINESS

RECENT TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS IN E-BUSINESS

FEATURES OF ONLINE CONSUMERS

OPPORTUNITIES FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

CURRENT AND ISSUES /PROBLEMS

CHALLENGES AND ISSUES

UNCTADS E COMMERCE AND LAW REFORM PROGRAM

MAJOR PLAYERS OF E- BUSINESS


Name of the company

Website

1.

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.

www.alibabagroup.com

2.

Amazon

www. Amazon.com

3.

Best Buy Co

www.bestbuy.com

4.

Cnova N.V.

www.cnova.com

5.

JD.com

en.jd.com

Otto Group

www.ottogroup.com

Rakuten

www.rakuten.com

Tesco

www.tesco.com

6.
7.
8.
9.

Wal-Mart Stores Inc.


10
eBay Inc
.

www.walmart.com
www.ebay.in

Revenue in US $

THE TOP TENE-BUSINESS TRENDS FOR THE 21ST


CENTURY
E-business will become a critical competitive strategy that will revolutionize the global economy.
Companies will learn to manage customers relationships by virtually serving their needs 24 7
E-business that enables customers to personalize and customize products or services will flourish.
Using the Net to find new customers and to better target customer preferences will be a standard practice.
Producing, marketing, and distributing products or services online will be a cost-effective strategy for

business.
Learning to develop and serve online communities with niche interests will be essential to building

customer loyalty.
E-business models that provide greater choice for customers will change the traditional economics of

supply and demand.


Ready access to the Net from multiple gateways-cable TV, satellite, wireless telephones, and other devices-

will greatly expand e-business opportunities.


Highly efficient e-business virtual supply chains will intimately link manufacturers and producers directly to

customers.
E-business will reach over one billion people and generate more than $2 trillion in revenues worldwide by

2005.