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DT315 Year 2. E-Business Lecturer: Frank Doyle Semester 1. E-Business. Frank Doyle MIS Department Room: 1-019 Aungier Street Ext: 3246 Mailto:[email protected] HTTP://FJDoyle.DIT.IE http://francisjdoyle.com FTP://fjdoyle.dit.ie ftp://francisjdoyle.com. E-Business. Introduction

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Dt315 year 2

DT315 Year 2

E-Business

Lecturer: Frank Doyle

Semester 1


E business

E-Business

Frank Doyle

MIS Department

Room: 1-019 Aungier Street

Ext: 3246

Mailto:[email protected]

HTTP://FJDoyle.DIT.IE

http://francisjdoyle.com

FTP://fjdoyle.dit.ie

ftp://francisjdoyle.com


E business1

E-Business

  • Introduction

  • Internetwork Technology

  • WWW and related technologies & Services

  • Revenue models

  • On-line Selling

  • On-line Payment Systems

  • On-line Security

  • Web Business Software


E business2

E-Business

Internet, non commercial, Military & Research

1992 World Wide Web – Tim Berners Lee

  • Google

  • Amazon

  • E-Bay

  • Facebook

  • Twitter

  • Cisco

  • Dell


E business3

E-Business

Electronic Funds Transfer EFT.

Electronic Data interchange EDI.

2000 Dot Com, Dot Con, Dot Bomb, Dot Bust.

  • Business to Consumer, Buying & Selling.

  • Business to Business, E-procurement, Supply Mgmt.

  • Consumer to Consumer, (Peer to Peer).

  • Business internal processes.


E business4

E-Business

2003 Second Wave.

  • International in scope, language, currency.

    Initially US, English language only.

  • Companies using own funds.

    Venture capital (-> Bubble and Bust).

  • Broadband fast Internet connections.

    Slow dial-up telephone lines.

    Korea has extensive Internet coverage at very high speeds, on-line Movies.


E business5

E-Business

2003 Second Wave.

  • Customised E-mail and SMS strategies.

    Unstructured approach.

  • New approach to distribution of digital products.

    Piracy of music, videos, software and books.

  • First mover advantage success for some only.

    First mover advantage meant success!!!!!!!!!

    “The second mouse gets the cheese.”


E business6

E-Business

Revenue Models

Business processes to identify customers.

  • Some products are not conducive for E-Commerce. High Fashion, non branded goods.

  • Digital products, E-books, software, mp3.

  • CDs, DVDs, books.

  • Branded electronic goods.

  • Financial products and Banking.

  • On-line Learning, Ticket booking.


E business7

E-Business

Advantages of E-Business


E business8

E-Business

Disadvantages


E business9

E-Business

International Issues

Trust

Difficult to build from scratch.

“On the Internet no one knows you’re a dog”

Language.

6 billion people, 400 million native English speakers.

50% of Web sites are in English. Translation services.

Culture.

Japanese people do not pay by credit card, prefer cash.

Government.

Control in some countries: Saudi Arabia, Yemen, North Korea, China. Strict censorship.


E business10

E-Business

Issues cont.

Infrastructure.

Network charges vary, US cheap, some 3rd World countries are very expensive.

50% of Businesses turn away International orders.

$800 Billion to process paper work of international orders

Law and currency.

Huge disparity in Law. A multitude of currencies.


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