BIT 2314 notes 16.docx - BIT 2314 E-COMMERCE Course Outline 1 Introduction to E-Commerce Internet and WWW 2 Linking database with e-commerce

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BIT 2314: E-COMMERCE Course Outline 1. Introduction to E-Commerce, Internet and WWW. 2. Linking database with e-commerce applications 3. Various types of electronic commerce applications 4. Virtual value chain and E-commerce 5. Business models and E-commerce 6. Electronic payment 7. Mobile commerce 8. E-electronic commerce framework 9. E-Commerce Infrastructure, 10. Supply Chain Management and E-Commerce 11. Marketing Strategies and E-Commerce 12. E-Commerce Security and Controls 13. Mobile Computing and Commerce, and Pervasive Computing 14. Legal, Ethical global and other Issues in Ecommerce Introduction to E-commerce INTRODUCTION Electronic commerce is a powerful concept and process that has fundamentally changed the current of human life. Electronic commerce is one of the main criteria of revolution of Information Technology and communication in the field of economy. This style of trading due to the enormous benefits for human has spread rapidly. Certainly can be claimed that electronic commerce is canceled many of the limitations of traditional business. For example, form and appearance of traditional business has fundamentally changed. These changes are basis for any decision in the economy. Existence of virtual markets, passages and stores that have not occupy any physical space, allowing access and circulation in these markets for a moment and anywhere in the world without leaving home is possible.
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Select and order goods that are placed in virtual shop windows at unspecified parts of the world and also are advertising on virtual networks and payment is provided through electronic services, all of these options have been caused that electronic commerce is considered the miracle of our century. Definition of E-commerce E-commerce the use of the Internet and the Web to transact business. More formally, digitally enabled commercial transactions between and among organizations and individuals. E-business the digital enablement of transactions and processes within a firm, involving information systems under the control of the firm SEVEN UNIQUE FEATURES OF E-COMMERCE TECHNOLOGY 1. Ubiquity Internet/Web technology is The marketplace is extended beyond tradi tional available everywhere: at work, at home, and boundaries and is removed from a temporal and elsewhere via mobile devices, anytime. geographic location. Marketsp ace is created; shopping can take place anywhere. Customer convenience is enhanced, an d shopping costs are reduced. 2. Global reach The technology reaches Commerce is enabled across cultural and across national boundaries, around the earth. national boundaries seamlessly and with out modification. Marketspace includes potentially billions of consumers and millions of businesses
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  • Spring '18
  • World Wide Web, electronic commerce applications

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