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The New Economic Model (NEM) E-COMMERCE

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  1. The New Economic Model(NEM)E-COMMERCE AHMET TATAR Provincial National Education Directorate of Eskisehir

  2. COMMERCE • Commerce: Buying or selling of goods and services. • E-commerce is determined as commerce over electronic systems.

  3. WHAT IS COMMERCE • Commonly known as electronic marketing.“It consist of buying and selling goods and services over an electronic systems such as the internet and other computer networks.” • “E-commerce is the purchasing, selling and exchanging goods and services over computer networks(internet) through which transaction or terms of sale are performed electronically

  4. WHAT IS E-COMMERCE • Commonly known as electronic marketing. • E-commerce (electronic commerce or EC) is the buying and selling of goods and services on the Internet, especially the World Wide

  5. WHY USE E-COMMERCE…….? • LOW ENTRY COST • REDUCES TRANSACTION COSTS • ACCESS TO THE GLOBAL MARKET • SECURE MARKET SHARE

  6. Contractors of E-Commerce • Buyers • Sellers • Producers • Non-Govermental Organizations • Universities • Govermental Organizations, e-notaries • Approval agencies

  7. Tolls used in E-commerce - Phone - Fax - EFT - EDI - Internet - Intranet, Extranet - Wap

  8. Types of E-commerce 1. B2B / Business-to-Business 2. Intra- organizational 3. B2C / Business-to-Customer 4. e-Goverment; G2B/G2C

  9. E-Commerce in Turkey and the World

  10. E-commerceAroundtheWorld • Global e-commerce sales volume from 2010 to 2013 • $ 900 billion in 2011, • $ 1 trillion in 2012, • Ecommerce Sales Topped $ 1,6Trillion in 2013

  11. How countries are spending money online

  12. The World’s best e-commerce (taken from the 2001 World E-commerce and Internet Market Report) • The “New economy” indicators • Amount of financial transactions generated: # credit cards issued/person/year and credit card spending • Literacy and education rates: ability to meet educational needs of a competitive economy • Market potential: standard of living and retail sales • Globalization practices: willingness to accept foreign economic influence and embrace the global capital market • Technological sophistication: number of computers and internet connections

  13. The world’s best e-commerce • Top 10 nations in e-commerce potential: USA, Finland, Iceland, Canada, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, Denmark, Ireland and New Zealand • In Latam: Economic and social problems in Venezuela, Argentina and Colombia. Best bets in the near future: Brazil and Mexico. How countries are spending money online

  14. e- Commerce in European • European E-commerce to reach over € 300 billion in 2012. • The three countries in the title together now account for 72% of Europe’s online sales: • UK, Germany and France.

  15. Europe is the leader of e-commerce market

  16. 6THLargestinternetpopulationineuropeUniqueNumberofinternetusers(+15)PopulationofTurkey74M6THLargestinternetpopulationineuropeUniqueNumberofinternetusers(+15)PopulationofTurkey74M E-commerce in Turkey 6.Th largest internet populationin Europe 79 M Population of Turkey 75% Estimated growth rate in 2012 57% Revenue increase in 2011

  17. Global E-Commerce Statistics

  18. Advantages of e-commerce • It gains customer’s reliance • It improves customer services • It diversifies distribution channels • It increases profit • It decreases cost • Accessibility • Competitive advantage • Increase in the quality of service

  19. Decreasing middlemen • Quick access to needs • Saving of the cost of process • Cheaper products & services • New employments and products • The effect on social life • Provides an international marketing • It can be used as a tool of advertisement

  20. Disadvantages of E-Commerce • It increase the cost of information technology & security • Changes in the process • Decreasing the dependence of customers • Increasing expectations of customers • Increasing unemployment level • Problems about taxes • Lack of law orders

  21. Conclusion: Takeaways • E-commerce is not the goal, it is the enabler • E-commerce should be thought of in terms ofboth selling and procurement processes • E-commerce opportunities span the range fromimproving functional capabilities and reducingcosts to enabling new business designs • Value Nets may not be appropriate for allcompanies today, but is the model for where webelieve all industries are headed long term • The right e-commerce solution may draw upon anumber of different types of providers

  22. Thank You AHMET TATAR Email: ahmettatar26@gmail.com Tel: 0090 505 5715219 PROVINCIAL EDUCATION DIRECTORATE OF ESKISEHIR / TURKEY