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Ecommerce allows consumers to electronically exchange goods and services with no barriers of time or distance. Electronic commerce has expanded rapidly over the past five years and is predicted to continue at this rate, or even accelerate. In the near future the boundaries between "conventional" and "electronic" commerce will become increasingly blurred as more and more businesses move sections of their operations onto the Internet. Carrying out these transactions electronically provides vast competitive advantages over traditional methods. When implemented properly, ecommerce is often faster, cheaper and more convenient than the traditional methods of bartering goods and services.
Electronic transactions have been around for quite some time in the form of Electronic Data Interchange or EDI. EDI requires each supplier and customer to set up a dedicated data link (between them), where e-commerce provides a cost-effective method for companies to set up multiple, ad-hoc links. Electronic commerce has also led to the development of electronic marketplaces where suppliers and potential customers are brought together to conduct mutually beneficial trade.
The road to creating a successful online store can be a difficult if unaware of e-commerce principles. Researching and understanding the guidelines required to properly implement an e-business plan is a crucial part to becoming successful with online store building.
If you read the papers, you've heard a lot of information about e-commerce - some true, some exaggerated. One thing is certain: e-commerce is very real and very significant to a rapidly increasing percentage of corporations. Based upon our real-world experience, we believe that e-commerce today is vitally important to three kinds of enterprises.
First and most common are those companies that depend upon suppliers, distributors, and other business partners in order to deliver goods and services to customers. Secondly are those companies which sell readily understood and broadly marketed goods to consumers. Third are those companies that have highly unusual goods or services and limited ability to expand traditional forms of distribution.
Take advantage of this booming opportunity now by employing our e-commerce solution. For your customers--the ease of shopping with virtual "shopping cart" point click technology, and purchasing using secure, real-time transactions with any payment method they choose. For you-- displaying prices in any currency, automatic transaction totals and invoices, and generation of sales statistics. Orders are directed to you for fulfillment and payment is routed to your merchant account. It doesn't get any easier than this.
Contact Us for a quote on our Ecommerce Solutions and a live demo of our shopping cart software in action.