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Tecorb technology

TecOrbTechnology

Prepared

By

TanmayeeSadangi

E-commerce

We have offices in Orange county, Maryland, New Delhi and Noida

  • Skype ID : tecorb

  • eMail ID:[email protected]

  • Phone number : + 1 803 335 3593 , +1 949-241-6975 , +91 991 078 1148


Table of content

Table of Content

INTRODUCTION

.

Business Process

E-COMMORCE Features

E-COMMORCE Advantage and Dis- advantage

E-COMMORCE Uses

E-COMMORCE Process

User Flow

Types E-COMMORCE

Application Feature


Introduction

Introduction

  • According to the dictionary commercial transactions conducted electronically on the Internet.

  • e-commerce refers to the purchase and sale of goods and/or services via electronic channels such as the Internet.


Features

Features

1.Global Reach

2. Quality of Image: When you go shopping at an actual store, you may talk to someone about the product in person — although ecommerce sites often have more accurate and in-depth descriptions of a product than someone who works at the store .

3.Alternate Views : Quality images on your product pages, it is also important to display the product in as many angles and details as possible. Remember, the sale is in the details. People want to see exactly what they are getting. 

4.Consumer Reviews : Shoppers care what others have to say. If your product pages have consumer reviews, you’re helping shoppers make a final decision. Not all products have positive reviews.

5. Customer support Live Chat : Live chat is very important to an ecommerce site. This feature should be site wide, but especially on every product page. Live help can help close the sale. 


1 global reach

1.Global Reach

Global e-commerce is thriving as infrastructure, laws, and consumer preferences evolve.

Global e-commerce has grown 13 percent annually over the past five years (see figure 2.1) Retail expansion is increasingly occurring through online channels as a way to tap into growth markets, build brands, and learn about consumers while investing less capital than traditional formats.


Business process

Business Process

Traditional Process:

MANF.unit:20%

Distributor10%

Wholesale:10%

Retailer:20%

Customer:100%

Advertisement:

50%

DIRECT SELLING:

Customer

Company


E commerce uses

E-Commerce Uses

1.Low Entry Cost.

2.Reduce Transaction Cost

3.Access to the Global Market

4.Secure Market Share


Advantage

Advantage

  • Fast Buying /Selling Procedure .

  • Easy to find Products

  • 24/7 Buying and Selling

  • Low Operation Cost

  • Better quality products.


Disadvantage

Disadvantage

  • There are no guaranty of the product quality.

  • Mechanical failure can cause the unpredictable cost on the total process.


Types of ecommerce

Types of Ecommerce

  • Business to Business(B2B): Business-to-business (B2B) refers to a situation where one business makes a commercial transaction with another. 

  • Business to consumer (B2C) is business or transactions conducted directly between a company and consumers who are the end-users of its products or services.

  • Business-to-employee (B2E) electronic commerce uses an intrabusiness network which allows companies to provide products and/or services to their employees. 


User flow

User Flow


Flow chart diagram

Flow Chart Diagram


User side flow chart

User side Flow chart


Application features

Application Features

  • All Users can Sign-Up/Log-In through Email or Social Login. with eMail/SMS verification Or Skip this process.

  • Category based product list and searching options.

  • Adding/Updating products to Cart

  • User Authentication through phone SMS using OTP Verification.

  • Multiple Address List for each user.

  • Order History for every user

  • Order Updating & Cancelling Features.

  • Order Tracking System

    Admin Flow:

  • Pre-Requisites

  • SMS gateway.

  • Payment Gateway.


About tecorb

About Tecorb

We at TecOrb Technologies have worked with 100+ companies.

  • From Startups to Enterprise companies, you can chose TecOrb as your company’s IT partner from development to support. We have offices in Orange county, Maryland, New Delhi and Noida so it’s easy to have meeting.

    Contact US:-

  • Free 2 Hour Web and Mobile application Analysis and Consulting

  • Check Samples : Click Me

  • Skype ID : tecorb

  • eMail ID:[email protected]

  • Phone number : + 1 803 335 3593 , +1 949-241-6975 , +91 991 078 1148

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