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Introduction. According to the editor-in-chief of International Journal of Electronic Commerce , “ Electronic commerce is sharing business information, maintaining business relationships and conducting business transactions by means of telecommunications networks”.

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According to the editor-in-chief of International Journal of Electronic Commerce,

“Electronic commerce is sharing business information, maintaining business relationships and conducting business transactions by means of telecommunications networks”

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In purest form, electronic commerce has existed for over 40 years, originating from the electronic transmission of messages during the Berlin airlift in 1948. From this, electronic data interchange (EDI) was the next stage of e-commerce development.

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With the advent of the Internet, the term e-commerce began to include:

    • Electronic trading of physical goods and of intangibles such as information.
    • All the steps involved in trade, such as on-line marketing, ordering payment and support for delivery.
    • The electronic provision of services such as after sales support or on-line legal advice.
    • Electronic support for collaboration between companies such as collaborative on-line design and engineering or virtual business consultancy teams.
definitions of e commerce
Definitions of E-commerce
  • Electronic Commerce (EC) is where business transactions take place via telecommunications networks, especially the Internet.
  • Electronic commerce describes the buying and selling of products, services, and information via computer networks including the Internet.
  • Electronic commerce is about doing business electronically.
  • E-commerce, ecommerce, or electronic commerce is defined as the conduct of a financial transaction by electronic means
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The wide range of business activities related to e-commerce brought about a range of other new terms and phrases to describe the Internet phenomenon in other business sectors.

  • Since transactions go through the Internet and the Web, the terms I-commerce (Internet commerce), icommerceand even Web-commerce have been suggested but are now very rarely used.
  • Other terms that are used for on-line retail selling include e-tailing, virtual-stores or cyber stores.
what about e business
WHAT ABOUT E-BUSINESS?
  • E-business is the conduct of business on the Internet, not only buying and selling but also servicing customers and collaborating with business partners.
  • E-business includes customer service (e-service) and intra-business tasks.
  • E-business is the transformation of key business processes through the use of Internet technologies.
an e distinction
AN E-DISTINCTION
  • For the purpose of clarity, the distinction between e-commerce and e-business is based on the respective terms commerce and business.
  • Commerce is defined as embracing the concept of trade, ‘exchange of merchandise on a large scale between different countries’.
  • By association, e-commerce can be seen to include the electronic medium for this exchange.
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E-business can broadly be defined as the processes or areas involved in the running and operation of an organization that are electronic or digital in nature.

  • These include direct business activities such as marketing, sales and human resource management but also indirect activities such as business process re-engineering and change management, which impact on the improvement in efficiency and integration of business processes and activities
what are the key drivers
WHAT ARE THE KEY DRIVERS?
  • It is important to identify the key drivers of e-commerce to allow a comparison between different countries.
  • It is often claimed that e-commerce is more advanced in the USA than in Europe. These key drivers can be measured by a number of criteria that can highlight the stages of advancement of e-commerce in each of the respective countries
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Technological factors – The degree of advancement of the telecommunications infrastructure which provides access to the new technology for business and consumers.

  • Political factors – including the role of government in creating government legislation, initiatives and funding to support the use and development of e-commerce and information technology.
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Social factors – incorporating the level and advancement in IT education and training which will enable both potential buyers and the workforce to understand and use the new technology.

  • Economic factors – including the general wealth and commercial health of the nation and the elements that contribute to it.
the key drivers of e business
The key drivers of e-business
  • Organizational culture – attitudes to research and development (R&D); its willingness to innovate and use technology to achieve objectives.
  • Commercial benefits– in terms of cost savings and improved efficiency that impact on the financial performance of the firm.
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Skilled and committed workforce – that understands, is willing and able to implement new technologies and processes.

  • Requirements of customers and suppliers – in terms of product and service demand and supply.
  • Competition – ensuring the organization stays ahead of or at least keeps up with competitors and industry leaders
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Thus, e-commerce provides the infrastructure and environment that enables and facilitates e-business. Within this, the implementation of e-business is solely dependent on whether there is a demand by the organization and whether it can be supplied within the organization.

what is the impact of electronic commerce
WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE?
  • E-commerce and e-business are not solely the Internet, websites or dot com companies.
  • It is about a new business concept that incorporates all previous business management and economic concepts.
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As such, e-business and e-commerce impact on many areas of business and disciplines of business management studies.

  • Marketing – issues of on-line advertising, marketing strategies and consumer behavior and cultures. One of the areas in which it impacts particularly is direct marketing.
  • In the past this was mainly door-to-door, home parties (like the Tupperware parties) and mail order using catalogues or leaflets.
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This moved to telemarketing and TV selling with the advances in telephone and television technology and finally developed into e-marketing spawning ‘eCRM’ (customer relationship management) data mining and the like by creating new channels for direct sales and promotion.

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Computer sciences – development of different network and computing technologies and languages to support e-commerce and e-business, for example linking front and back office legacy systems with the ‘web-based’ technology.

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Finance and accounting – on-line banking; issues of transaction costs; accounting and auditing implications where ‘intangible’ assets and human capital must be tangibly valued in an increasingly knowledge based economy.

  • Economics – the impact of e-commerce on local and global economies; understanding the concepts of a digital and knowledge-based economy and how this fits into economic theory.
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Production and operations management – the impact of on-line processing has led to reduced cycle times. It takes seconds to deliver digitized products and services electronically; similarly the time for processing orders can be reduced by more than 90 per cent from days to minutes. Production systems are integrated with finance marketing and other functional systems as well as with business partners and customers (see Intel mini-case).

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Production and operations management (manufacturing) – moving from mass production to demand-driven, mass customisation customer pull rather than the manufacturer push of the past. Web-based Enterprise Resource Planning systems (ERP) can also be used to forward orders directly to designers and/or production floor within seconds, thus cutting production cycle times by up to 50 per cent, especially when manufacturing plants, engineers and designers are located in different countries

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Management information systems – analysis, design and implementation of e-business systems within an organisation; issues of integration of front-end and back-end systems.

what are the benefits of e commerce
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF E-COMMERCE?
  • Benefits of e-commerce to organizations
  • Benefits of e-commerce to consumers
  • Benefits of e-commerce to society
benefits of e commerce to organizations
Benefits of e-commerce to organizations
  • International marketplace. What used to be a single physical market place located in a geographical area has now become a borderless marketplace including national and international markets.
  • Businesses now have access to people all around the world.
benefits of e commerce to organizations1
Benefits of e-commerce to organizations
  • Operational cost savings. The cost of creating, processing, distributing, storing and retrieving paper-based information has decreased
  • Mass customization. E-commerce has revolutionized the way consumers buy good and services. The pull-type processing allows for products and services to be customised to the customer’s requirements
benefits of e commerce to organizations2
Benefits of e-commerce to organizations
  • Lower telecommunications cost. The Internet is much cheaper than value added networks (VANs) which were based on leasing telephone lines for the sole use of the organization and its authorized partners. It is also cheaper to send a fax or e-mail via the Internet than direct dialing
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Benefits of e-commerce to organizations
  • No more 24-hour-time constraints. Businesses can be contacted by or contact customers or suppliers at any time.
benefits of e commerce to consumers
Benefits of e-commerce to consumers
  • 24/7 access. Enables customers to shop or conduct other transactions 24 hours a day, all year round from almost any location. For example, checking balances, making payments, obtaining travel and other information.
  • More choices. Customers not only have a whole range of products that they can choose from and customize, but also an international selection of suppliers.
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Price comparisons. Customers can ‘shop’ around the world and conduct comparisons either directly by visiting different sites, or by visiting a single site where prices are aggregated from a number of providers and compared

benefits of e commerce to society
Benefits of e-commerce to society
  • Enables more flexible working practices, which enhances the quality of life for a whole host of people in society, enabling them to work from home.
  • Connects people. Enables people in developing countries and rural areas to enjoy and access products, services, information and other people which otherwise would not be so easily available to them.
assignment
Assignment
  • Limitation of E-commerce to
    • Society
    • Consumer
    • Organization