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  1. 1. Naaptol.com (shop right shop more) By GROUP A
  2. 2. ABOUT THE COMPANY  Naaptol was started by Mr. Manu Agarwal an IIT Kanpur alumnus in January 2008 as a product research and price comparison service.  In 2009 it adapted the marketplace business model and started selling products online.  It has grown to become one of India's largest comparison based social shopping portal.  It is a one-stop destination for shoppers, merchants and market enthusiasts, that binds buyers and sellers in a lucrative network
  3. 3. REASONS & CAUSE BEHIND naptol.com • Manu Agarwal started a company called “DESIGN EXPO NETWORK PVT LTD”, investing Rs.50 lakh in the year 1998. • The company designed Websites and created massive scalable e-mail applications. • This was a service-oriented venture, while Mr. Manu Agarwal wanted a B2C (business to consumer) set-up. • So, along with Amar Sinha, he decided to launch two Web portals in 1999 as Criclive.com and Shubhyatra.com. • By 2000, Thomas Cook acquired Shubhyatra.com and Criclive.com was sold to Modi Entertainment Network. • Manu Agarwal believe in constant innovation and don't follow a specific business model. So he decided to launch another e-venture, Naaptol.com, in 2008, because by this time the Internet had come of age in the country.
  4. 4. What is E-commerce Marketplace?  It is a multichannel model & proven itself to be one of the most profitable and popular in web e- commerce.  Marketplaces facilitate sales for third-party vendors by allowing them to sell products in one online marketplace.  The entire marketplace runs on the same software infrastructure, enabling all sellers to distribute their distinct goods under the umbrella of one website.  Companies like Amazon, Newegg, Etsy, and eBay have had massive success while running on a Marketplace e-commerce business model. Marketplace e-commerce has multi benefits: • BUSINESS OPERATORS • VENDORS • CONSUMERS
  5. 5. Challenges of Marketplace e-commerce  In large marketplaces, price competition can pose a problem. Vendors can choose to compete for the lowest price, which may serve the customer but could lower profits for both the marketplace and the vendor.  Quality assurance can also be an issue. Marketplaces may not always have control over the quality of products or timeliness of delivery.
  6. 6. The Advantages of a Marketplace Model  Ease of maintenance of inventory using SKU’S.  Ads  Ecommerce Provider  Ecommerce Website  Online Ecommerce  B2B Ecommerce  Operational efficiencies improve as some overheads are transferred to the seller.  Being a marketplace provider allows you to focus on developing ecommerce technologies.  Margins improve.
  7. 7. THE DISADVANTAGES OF A MARKETPLACE MODEL  To begin with it is tough to differentiate your ecommerce business. In the marketplace model, the problem becomes still more acute as you are not even the seller of your own goods.  It is much tougher to implement product quality control in a marketplace model, as the seller is primarily responsible for the products. Of course, the customer will not forgive you, the marketplace, if the product quality is not up to the mark.  Probably the only sustainable competitive advantage that an ecommerce player can develop is a strong brand. With a multitude of sellers, brand salience is one of the first things to get hit in the marketplace model.
  8. 8. FOSS Helps Naaptol Take E-Commerce to New Heights  What is FOSS?  Why open model?  What's the difference between FOSS and other types of software?
  9. 9. A comprehensive list of FOSS tools used at Naaptol SOFTWARE/TOOL/ FRAMEWORK SHORT DESCRIPTION/PURPOSE Apache Http server Web server MySQL Database HA Proxy Load balancer Apache SOLR Enterprise search engine In addition, the firm is also in process of evaluation and migration to SOLR Cloud, which is an enterprise-class distributed search platform on top of SOLR JSF Framework for building component-based user interfaces for Web applications Hibernate Framework for object relational mapping (ORM) Velocity Template engine Ehcache / OScache / Memcache Caching frameworks Apache Axis Web service framework Phone gap / Apache Cordova Mobile development framework Apache Mobile Filter (AMF) Mobile device detection filter Mod security Web application firewall
  10. 10. Advantages that FOSS brings to companies  EASY MIGRATION OF RESOURCES  GREATER SCALABILITY  CHOICE AND AVAILABILITY  HIGHLY CUSTOMISABLE  A VIABLE BUSINESS MODEL
  11. 11. CURRENT MARKET POSITION • Naaptol is the second biggest player in the TV shopping. • Naaptol has grown into a company with a revenue of Rs 2000 million in a span of just five years. • Today, the e-commerce platform sells 200,000 products and 500 brands on its portal. • At present, Naaptol advertises through 20 newspapers and 50 TV channels in India. • It gets 75,000 calls and Rs 4 crore of orders a day. • Naaptol was started out as a three to four member group has today evolved into a company that boasts of a robust team of 500 people. • Naaptol also plans to launch its own TV channel.
  12. 12. MAJOR COMPETITORS TV SHOPPING BUSINESS ONLINE MARKET BUSINESS
  13. 13. REFERENCES • Economictimes.com • Moneycontrol.com • Naaptol.com

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