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  • Electronic commerce, commonly known as e-commerce, eCommerce or e-comm, refers to the buying and selling of products or services over electronic systems such as the Internet and other computer networks.
  • Electronic commerce is generally considered to be the sales aspect of e-business.
  • Originally, electronic commerce was identified as the facilitation of commercial transactions electronically, using technology such as Electronic Data  Interchange (EDI) and Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).
  • Electronic Commerce is the sale and procurement of supplies and services using information systems technology.
  • ECommerce is viewed as a possibility for enabling Frictionless Commerce.
  • E-commerce uses internetworked computers to create and transform business relationships.
  • The trend of e-commerce transactions shows that B2B transactions increased from 8 billion U.S dollars.
  • Electronic commerce can be subdivided into four distinct categories: Business-to- Business (B2B), Business-to-Consumer, Business-to-
    Administration, and Consumer-to-Administration.
  • The Internet economy is a broader concept than e-commerce and e-business. It includes e-commerce and e-business.
  • B2B e-commerce is simply defined as e-commerce between companies.
  • Business-to-consumer e-commerce, or commerce between companies and consumers, involves customers gathering information.
  • Business-to-government e-commerce or B2G is generally defined as commerce between companies and the public sector.
  • Consumer-to-consumer e-commerce or C2C is simply commerce between private individuals or consumers.
  • Consumer-to-business (C2B) transactions involve reverse auctions, which empower the consumer to drive transactions.
  • M-commerce (mobile commerce) is the buying and selling of goods and services through wireless technology.
  • E commerce is rising at 12% annually in the U.S, and EU. It is expected that in the few coming years the productivity gap between the European
    countries and the United states will close rapidly.
  • By most estimation used, it has been found that over 95% e-commerce takes place in developed countries, with Africa and Latin America combined accounting for less than 1% of the total. Business to business (B2B) transactions represents around 95% of all e-commerce transactions worldwide.
  • E-commerce which is developing at a high rate in India can become a platform for anti-competitive issues and agreements that can come up in the
  • Indian middle class of 288 million people is equal to the entire U.S. consumer base. This makes India a real attractive market for e-commerce.
  • The e-commerce market in India was largely dominated by the online travel industry with 80% market share while electronic retail (E-Tailing) held second spot with 6.48% market share.
  • It is to be noted that while e-commerce is expected to continue its remarkable growth, it still represents only a small percentage of total retail sales.
  • E-commerce is one of the most important instruments of the economy. E-commerce Committee (ISE/E2C) was established to catalyze and build awareness of e-commerce in Egypt.
  • The new web e-commerce applications would include taking online payments using debit and credit cards, and setting up and amending paperless direct debit mandates.
  • The timing of investment in e-commerce remains hotly debated in both the academic and investment communities.
General Information
  • E-Commerce: Concepts & Technologies
  • E- Commerce
  • About E-Commerce


  • E-commerce and E-business
  • Harmonization of E-commerce  laws and regulatory systems in  South Asia
  • Analysis of E-Commerce strategies for retail businesses
  • Business to Business E-Commerce Case Study
    Transport and Logistics – Australia
  • B2B E-Commerce System Specification and Implementation Employing Use-Case Diagrams, Digital Signatures and XML
  • E-Commerce strategy for companies
  • Analysing E-Commerce for Development

Abroad Portal Developers

  • Developer from France
  • Developer from USA
  • Developer from US
  • Developer from UK
  • Developer from California
  • Top 5 Portal developers
  • Portals in E-Commerce 2.0 world

Abroad Projects

  • 2011 eCommerce Assessment
  • CLEEN Projects of E-Commerce
  • The Deployment of an e-Commerce Platform and Related Projects in a Rural Area in South Africa
  • The Design and implementation of an E-commerce site for online book sales
  • How to deliver successful enterprise ecommerce projects
  • Linking eCommerce and Human Resource Strategies:
    A Case Study in a Large Australian Retail Bank
  • Intelligent Support for Sophisticated e-Commerce Services: An Agent-Based Auction Framework Modeled after the New York Stock Exchange Specialist System

Developing Software & Design

  • Building E-Commerce applications and infrastructure
  • Shopping cart software
  • Php Shopping cart software and E-Commerce Solutions
  • E-Commerce Software: From Analysis to Design
  • The software development process of ecommerce systems
  • Case Study in Electronic Commerce and Open Source Software Development
  • Integral Design of E-commerce Systems: Aligning the Business with Software Architecture through Scenarios
  • E-Commerce website design portal


  • A Reputation-Based Trust Model for Peer-to-Peer eCommerce Communities
  • E-Commerce Models
  • A Phase Model for E-Commerce Business Models
    and its Application to Security Assessment
  • Automated Mechanism Design for B2B e-Commerce Models
  • On Developing Interoperable B2B e-Commerce Models for SMEs
  • A Model for eveluating B2C E-Commerce websites: Application in the cd E-Retailing industry in brazil
  • A Secured Web Services Based E-Commerce Model for SMME Using Digital Identity
  • An E-Commerce system model


  • The Impact of E-commerce on Developed and Developing Countries Case Study: Egypt and United States
  • E-Commerce in India - The second coming
  • E-commerce and the Market Structure of Retail
  • E-commerce in India and the potential competition issues
  • E-Commerce is booming in India
  • The Reality of E-commerce
    with Developing Countries
  • B2C eCommerce Trends for 2011


  • Consultant from Africa
  • Consultant from Brimingham
  • Consultant from New Jersey
  • Consultant from USA
  • Consultant from Pennsylvania
  • Consultant from Uk
  • Global Consultant
Indian Portal Developers
  • Developer from Andhra Pradesh
  • Developer from Bangalore
  • Developer from Delhi
  • Developer from Gujarat 1
  • Developer from Gujarat 2
  • Developer from Kolkata
  • Developer from Madhya Pradesh
  • Developer from Mumbai 1
  • Developer from Mumbai 2
  • Developer from Ahmedabad
  • Developer from Rajasthan
  • Developer from India
  • Top 10 developing companies

Indian Projects

  • E-Commerce Implementations in India : A Study of selected organization
  • eCommerce for Small Enterprise Development


  • E-Commerce guidebook and program delivery manual
  • The Top 10 Ecommerce
    Re-platforming Mistakes
    A Project Planning Guide for the Era of Elastic Commerce
  • Fast-Start guide for administrator - E- Commerce
  • e-Commerce: A Guide for
    Small and Medium Enterprises
  • Overview to E-Commerce Taxation— Guide to Understanding the
    Current Discussions and Debates
  • Ecommerce User
Case Study
  • Case Studies of E-Commerce activity in rural and small town businesses
  • Common E-Commerce Pitfalls
  • Case Studies in Global E-Commerce and Marketing Research
  • E-commerce as a Strategy for Improving Business Vitality: Lessons Learned from Case Studies of Rural Businesses
  • A Taxonomy of E-Commerce risks and failures
  • Seven Steps for Your eCommerce Program Success
  • Business-to-consumer E-Commerce success factors in thailand
  • Measuring eCommerce Website Success


  • The Emerging landscape for retail E-Commerce
  • The Impact of E-Commerce Announcements on the Market Value of Firms
  • Optimal Timing to Invest
    in E-commerce
  • Financial services e-commerce case study
  • The Valuation of E-Commerce announcements during fluctuating financial markets


  • E-commerce challenges in Africa: issues , constraints, opportunities
  • A Global Web Site Localization Primer
  • Intel Capital leads 10 million euro investment in E-Commerce site
  • A Case Study in Integrating Multiple
    E-commerce Standards via Semantic Web
  • Quarterly retail E-Commerce sales 2nd quarter 2011
  • Report on cross-border e-commerce in the EU
  • Ignify eCommerce
    Reporting Data Sheet
  • Mystery Shopping Evaluation of Cross-Border
    E-Commerce in the EU
  • Economic Policy Paper on E-Commerce a Business Link

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