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  1. Introduction
  2. E business: Business to business buy and sell
  3. What is E-commerce?
  4. Infrastructure
  5. Setting up a website
    1. Domain name registration
    2. Web servers
    3. Business to business segment
    4. Payment for goods and services
    5. Bottlenecks
    6. Electronic data interchange
  6. E mail: A media
  7. Costs and benefits
  8. Direct benifits
  9. Strategics benifits
  10. Securing online payments
  11. Card holder vs card issuer
  12. Question of authentication
  13. Importance of cryptography
  14. A safer future
  15. Advantage of e-commerce
  16. Benefits to organizations that use e-commerce
  17. Benefits to organization that use e-commerce
  18. Benefit to society
  19. Limitation of e-commerce
  20. Conclusion
  21. References

E-business is what happens when you combine the broad reach of the Internet with vast resources of traditional information technology system. It uses the Web connect together customers, vendors, suppliers and employees in a way never before possible. They do business on the Web, and consequently they do more business.

IBM was one of the first companies to have used this term in October 1997. It feels that business is a series of collaborative processes. It requires interaction between employees, vendors, suppliers and business partners. They must all work together. Companies are using the Web to buy parts and supplies from other companies, to collaborate on sales promotion, and to do joint research.

The $2.8 million pizza chain, Domino has used the expertise of IBM to setup an Internet that connects all the franchises worldwide. The Internet gives 1000 employees access to more than 50 applications and over 2,000 Web pages. Applications allow employees to check calendars, view policies, and download mission critical information. The system contains a detailed document library, which gives employees easy access to a broad range of company information, such as corporate accounting procedures and calendar. And the most popular application on the Domino's Interact is an online discussion forum that covers topics from product distribution issues to human resources management.

[...] Using modems, digital signals generated by computers are transmitted over analog telephone lines (modulation) and converted back to digital form on receipt at the destination computer (demodulation). Modems can be either internal or external. Fast modems available operate at speeds of 56kbps(kilobits per second). To deliver faster and more reliable data transmission, organizations can obtain leased telephone lines to provide permanent connection. Leased lines operate at speed upto 2mbps. For organizations operating from remote locations, where the quality of telephone lines is not as high as desired the use of VSATs as a reliable means of communication can be explored. [...]


[...] 13.Owers telecommunication costs Improve customer service.(in some cases) A large part of business these days is dealing with other businesses that supply you parts and components since rarely do companies manufacture things from beginning to end most things are made from component parts which are created by totally different companies. This is true for service too, companies supplying services often have that service broken down into sub-contracting services. Example: A building maintenance contract can be subdivided into the following service Security service 2. access control 3. alarm response 4.Landscape service 5.Summer- grass cutting 6.Winter- snow removal 7. Janitorial service 8. [...]


[...] Applications allow employees to check calendars, view policies, and download mission critical information. The system contains a detailed document library, which gives employees easy access to a broad range of company information, such as corporate accounting procedures and calendar. And the most popular application on the Domino's Interact is an online discussion forum that covers topics from product distribution issues to human resources management What is E-commerce? All considerations of commerce start with the concept of a market: A has a surplus of object x. B has a need for object x. [...]


[...] The end result should be a dramatic reduction in credit card fraud and should also accelerate the use of the Internet and other online channels for e-commerce by increasing consumer confidence ADVANTAGE OF E-COMMERCE E-Commerce is going to be an essential part of the business organizations. Now a days every organization want to use the benefit of the e-commerce, they want to increase the sales and reduced the cost of their products. Following are the advantages of e-commerce Increased sales 2. Increased profits 3. Understanding that profits is not the same as sales 4. Reach a narrow market 5. [...]


[...] EDI is one form of e-commerce that also includes mails and fax. EDI data exchange among parties that know each other well and make arrangements for on to one connection, usually dial-up. Satyam Infoway recently announced a pilot project for the automobile industry, Called AutoPilot, the project will network automobile manufacturers, components suppliers and dealers via an electronic data interchange (EDI) application, thus speeding up transactions. The companies involved will use the Web to purchase spares and supplies in order to collaborate on sales promotions and joint research. [...]

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