Manager/Service Tech Essay

7965 Words Oct 13th, 2012 32 Pages
COURSE PROJECT:
E-COMMERCE
PROJECT PROPOSAL & MILESTONE 1 and 2

TOPIC
This proposal discusses the use of e Commerce- buying and selling goods and services online – is one of the biggest uses of the World Wide Web. Starting an e Commerce business or website or expanding an existing business with an e Commerce website can be highly profitable, as the overhead costs of running a web site are very small compared to running a physical shop and have access to a global market. Small businesses that are considered appropriate become options. Tips and Strategies for attracting and keeping customer are also presented. While the paper focused on implement many technologies options available and strategies help companies to success in
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If you have a professional designer and web developers create a design and add content then your budget will need to start around $2,000 + $100 / month. The more design and functional complexity the more cost and therefore budget required.
Problem
How to deal with credit card payments and information.
Solution
If you want to accept credit cards online it is recommend that you use a Payment Service Provider and process the credit cards via a Payment Gateway. There are strict regulations around the use and storage of credit card information which are regulated by the Payment Card Industry via their Data Security Standards you can find more information at their website www.pcisecuritystandards.org or through your bank.
Problem
Shipping and logistics of merchandise.
Solution
My companies provide a wide variety of shipping methods built in which you can setup with the company website. They handle just about any possibility. They also provide integration to many parts of the world which include calculating shipping cost in the shopping basket.

METHODOLOGY
ADVANTAGES OF E COMMERCE
Over the past decade, as the internet has grown exponentially, companies have increasingly used it to sell their goods and services online. Many large companies, such as Amazon and eBay, successfully conduct all their business on the Web, and online spending continues to grow almost independent of

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