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Electronic Commerce

Uthairatt Phangphol

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Contents

Part 1: Introduction to E-Commerce and E-MarketplacesChapter 1. Overview of E-CommerceChapter 2. E-Marketplaces: Mechanisms, Tools, and Impacts of E-CommercePart 2: Internet Consumer RetailingChapter 3. Retailing in E-Commerce: Products and ServicesChapter 4. Consumer Behavior, Market Research, and Advertising

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Contents

Part 3: Business-to-Business E-CommerceChapter 5. B2B E-CommerceChapter 6. E-Supply Chains, Collaborative Commerce, and Corporate PortalsPart 4: Other E-Commerce Models and ApplicationsChapter 7. Innovative E-Commerce Systems: E-Government and E-Learning to Consumer-to-Consumer CommerceChapter 8. Mobile Computing and Commerce and Pervasive ComputingChapter 9. The Web 2.0 Environment and Social Networks

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Contents

Part 5: E-Commerce Support ServicesChapter 10. E-Commerce Fraud and SecurityChapter 11. E-Commerce Payment SystemsChapter 12. Fulfilling E-Commerce Orders and Other E-Commerce Support Services

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Contents

Part 6: E-Commerce Strategy and ImplementationChapter 13. E-Commerce Strategy and Global E-CommerceChapter 14. Economics and Justification of E-CommerceChapter 15. Launching a Successful Online Business and E-Commerce ProjectsChapter 16. Regulatory, Ethical, and Compliance Issues in E-CommerceOnline Part 7: Auctions and Application DevelopmentChapter 17. Dynamic Trading: E-Auctions, Bartering, and NegotiationsChapter 18. Building E-Commerce Applications and Infrastructure

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RFID

Radio frequency identification (RFID)is a technology that uses electronic tags (or transponders), instead of bar codes, to automatically identify objects or items. The tags can be attached or embedded in objects, animals, or humans. RFID readers use radio waves to interact with the tags. The radio waves enable the unique identification and location of the objects, transmission of data, and/or storage of information about the object. Some tags can be read from several meters away and beyond the line of sight of the reader.

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DELL

DELL—USING E-COMMERCE FOR SUCCESS

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Application Case

DELL—USING E-COMMERCE FOR SUCCESS

e business model

E-Business

Telecommunication

Network

Communication

&

E-Commerce

Internal Business

Collaboration

E-Business Model

(Internetworked Enterprise)

e business model1
E-Business Model

1. Enterprise Communication And Collaboration

  • Discussion Forum
  • E - Mail
  • Voice - Mail
  • Chat - System
  • Teleconferencing
e business model2
E-Business Model

2. Electronic Commerce

  • ATM
  • Visual Market
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E-Business Model

3. Internal Business System

Management Information System

EnterpriseResourcePlanning :ERP

CustomerRelationshipManagement:CRM

Transaction Processing

Process Control System

a framework for electronic commerce
A Framework for Electronic Commerce
  • E – Commerce Application

2. E – Commerce Infrastructure

3. E – Commerce Supporting

4. E – Commerce Management

5. E-Commerce Practice

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A Framework for Electronic Commerce

1. E – Commerce Application

E-Retailing

E - Advertisement

E - Auctions

E – Service (Online Payment , E- Baking , E – Job , E – Community)

E - Government

M- Commerce(M-Billing , M-Entertainment, M- Banking)

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2. E – Commerce Infrastructure

  • Network
  • Channel Communication
  • Format And Content Publishing
  • Security
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2. E – Commerce Infrastructure

Network

3 e commerce supporting
3. E-Commerce Supporting
  • E – Commerce Application Development
  • E – Commerce Strategy
  • E – Commerce Law
  • Domain Name Registration
  • Web Site Promotion
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Business-To-Business(B2B)Business-To-Consumer (B2C)Consumer-To-Consumer (C2C)Consumer-To-Business(C2B)Business-To-Business-To-Consumer (B2B2C) Intrabusiness E-CommerceBusiness-To-EmployeeGovernment-To-CitizenExchange-To-Exchange

Type of EC

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The Web 2.0 Environment

and Social Networks