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E commerce MODEL

  1. 1. INNOVATIVE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES IN GLOBAL CONTEXT PAPER TITLE: E-COMMERCE AS A MODEL FOR GLOBAL COMPETITION
  2. 2. E-commerce as a model for Global Competition ASFIYA PARWEEN sudhirki z
  3. 3. Introduction  Electronic commerce, commonly known as (electronic marketing) e-commerce , consists of the buying and selling of products or services over electronic systems such as internet and other computer networks.  E-commerce is more than just buying and selling products online.  Instead, it encompasses the entire online processes of developing, Marketing, Selling, Delivering, and paying for products and services purchased by internet worked, global market places of customers, with support of world wide network of business partners.  Almost every modern business uses the IT. Electronic commerce covers all type of business transaction.  When commercial activities are carried out with the help of internet the process is termed as e-commerce. E commerce has become more popular today because of commercial service which are easily accessible and available on the internet. E commerce over the internet is predicted to grow at on ever increasing rate over the next few years.
  4. 4. Classification of e-commerce  Based on the awoke criteria, e-commerce are classified as:  Business-to-Business(B2 B)e-commerce  Business-to-consumer(B2C)e-commerce  Consumer-to-business(C2B)e-commerce  Consumer-to-consumer(C2C)e-commerce
  5. 5. BUSINESS TO BUSINESS  It is the largest form of today’s commerce  In this form the buyer’s and seller’s are both business entities and does not include individual consumer e.g.: bell, general electric BUSINESS TO CONSUMER  In this e-commerce type, business and consumers and involved  Business sell to public typically through catalogs utilizing shopping cart software  In business to consumer e-commerce, business must develop attractive electronic market place to entice and sale products and services to the consumer. Examples: amazan.com, sukar, yahoo
  6. 6. CONSUMER TO BUSINESS  It enables buyers to name there own price, often binding, for a specific goods for services generating demand.  A consumer posts his projects with a set budget online and with outs; companies review the customers ‘requirements’ and bids out the project.  Then the customer will review the bids and select the company that will complete the project.  E.g.; stock market CONSUMER TO CONSUMER  It facilitates to online transaction of goods or service between two people.  However there is not visible intermediary involved, but the parties can carry out the transaction without the platform which is provided by the online market such as e-bay, owners.com  Examples: Advertisement of personal service over the internet
  7. 7. ADVANTAGE OF E-COMMERCE  Over come geographical limitation  Lower the costs  Locate the product quicker  Provide comparison shopping's  Provide abundant information  Time saving DISADANTAGE OF E-COMMERCE  Waiting for a shipment of drive in the mail  Shipping charges  Lack of confidence in personal information  Ease of fraudulent retailers and site  Lose the traditional shopping experience  Lack of taxes
  8. 8. E-COMMERCE AS A BUSINESS MODELS E-Shops:  This is web marketing of a company or a shop.  It is helpful for promote its goods and services  Lower price, wider choice, better information and convenience of selecting , buying and delivery.  Commercial websites are B2C  Eg.: Books, Flowers, air tickets etc.
  9. 9.  E-Procurement  E-Auction E-mail: Email is a collection of e-shops where a common payment method applies and all e shops are under a common umbrella or a brand name. Expectation of visiting one shop on the email will lead to visits to neighbouring shops. Advertising and possibly fee on transactions Ex: IBM with world avenue
  10. 10. Third party Market place:  This is an Emerging Model that is suitable for those companies.  Additional features like: Branding,payment,logistics,ordering, and ultimately a secure transactions.  Eg:B2C is to provide a common marketing around a special event.  Revenue can be generated on the basis of one off membership fee, service fee, transaction fee or percentage on transaction value.
  11. 11. Virtual Communities:  It is important for Marketing, facilitate the development of customer loyalty and encourage customer feedback.  The revenue come form the membership fee and advertising.  Function to enhance the attractiveness of existing and development of new services.  It enhance the attractiveness and opportunities for new services of several of the other business models.  Amazon.com(e-books), apparelex.com and indconnect.com(Garments)
  12. 12.  Value chain service provider:  Specialise on specific functions such as electronic payments or logistic.  Banks:-e banking, Net banking etc  A fee or percentage based scheme is the basis of revenues. Value Chain Integrators Vci:  Revenue comes from the consultancy fee or transaction fee.
  13. 13. WHY USE E-COMMERCE  Low entry cost  Reduces transaction costs  Access to the global market  Secure market share Future of e-commerce in India  According to business world estimated near about sixty thousand new jobs will be created for the internet world alone in the next two years.  E -commerce transaction are expected to cross the rs.5.k cross mile stone in 2013-14 a jump of around 500% from 2009-10 figure of rs.1000 crore  E-bay said that consumer were trading goods worth almost 3 crore rupee everyday, across the India
  14. 14.  Collaboration Plat forms: They provide a set of tool and an information environment for collaboration between enterprises . This is focus on specific functions- colloborative design and engineering, providing project support. Eg: design, work flow and document management
  15. 15. Top online shopping in India  EBay  Flip kart  Letsbuy.com  Homeshop18  Yebhi.com
  16. 16. CONCLUSION So we can conclude that………..  “E-commerce is an evolution ”  We as customer and interest users are responsible to keep our e-commerce healthy and safe so that e-business can be more reliable in the future  Due to the e-commerce there are various several positive and negative opportunity e-commerce had brought on in couple of past years. Globalization is the important impact of the e-commerce as it result of online communication and transition beside some of difficulties came due to the e-commerce is very convent due easiest way to make transition of goods and services, it also help to save time and money.
  17. 17. Bibliography  E-Business - Roadmap for Success, by Ravi Kalakota and Marcia Robinson, Addison- Wesley Publishing Company, Inc,. 1999  Bagby, J. W. 2003. Cyberlaw Handbook for E-Commerce (Cyperlaw Handbook for E Commerce). South-Western Educational Publishing.  Cook, S. 2008. The contribution revolution: Letting volunteers build your business. Harvard Business Review (October): 60-69.  Feeny, D. 2001. Making business sense of the e-opportunity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 41-51. References  www.google.com  www.wikipedia.org  www.howstuffworks.com  www.webopedia.com
  18. 18. Thank You

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