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E-Commerce Technologies and Infrastructure

E-Commerce Technologies and Infrastructure
March,8,2016 Blog

E-Commerce Technologies and Infrastructure

E-Commerce, the Indian digital commerce market which has brought up the revolution in the world as the least developing countries in the world whose infrastructures are outdated, with low economic development, where there are no national broadband networks prior to 2010 are now connected through broadband. It happens due to availability and lower costs which have prompted an explosive growth in internet users and have enabled people to enjoy electronic services such as e-banking, e-money, e-commerce and e-health. It reduces the telephone and internet costs. E-commerce has given a chance to companies to increase their prominent roles in overseas markets and set the sustainable development.  Many technologies are used to get product information from different ecommerce website, to grab the product specification and information we can get via affiliate program, using the new technologies we can store the product information in our server, we can fire REST call every time whenever users asks for any product information. The e-commerce laws helps to address issues in the sector’s legal and regulatory framework and banks must play a leading role as facilitators by offering cost effective cash management solutions, secure payment gateways and other relevant banking services. The digital commerce market of the country also rises up. E-commerce or e-businesses bring up the sales, advanced shipping and payment options, exciting discounts, and push into new international markets which can be a unprecedented growth. The supply chain and logistics in e-commerce business are highly complex to manage in vast countries where infrastructure is not well developed to reach every remote and rural area.  The e-commerce companies are building communities on social media networks to better understand customer needs and drive effective marketing strategies, also to apply the government’s ambitious project “Digital India” that aims to offer one-stop shop for government services which will raise up the ambitions and increase trade by introducing internet and broadband to remote corners of the country. To transform a country into a connected economy, attract investments in electronics manufacturing and create millions of jobs. The internet services are improved in the country to boost the local e-commerce sector and help micro, small and medium enterprises in reaching to the global market. E-commerce is one sector which is yet to tap as it is beaming with potential. The online buy and sell transactions are increased by the technologies of e-commerce and countries like India are marked as one of the hottest e-commerce markets in the region. To take advantage of  getting the name in the hottest market countries have to improve their technology and digital infrastructure to better facilitate the ease of doing online business and cashless payment in the country. E-commerce is a key strategy that will empower to penetrate the global market.  E-business has progressed and changed to e-commerce and it has formed a business to collaborative commerce as companies are concentrating on ensuring information is received in correct format and reaches the right destination quickly, efficiently and without too much expenses which has demanded to effective routing of data to customers which has created a surge of supply chain vendors.

As most of the companies are starting to do business on the internet and because of this the environment of the company is getting significantly different as compared to what they are used to at earlier. E-commerce projects needs a person who can plan and execute the proper system integration testing, who can manage the cutover in the production, for live support can go post. Ecommerce understanding is the key to success and organization needs to understand issues surrounding electronic commerce are the ones that will be successful. To support e-commerce internet is essential as the potential customers of the company go t their company page or to their www page to find a product or a service that they desire to buy from the organization and if the organization is available on the internet and their desired purchasing item is also available then they buy it. Basically the internet, a firewall and the organization are the three basic components to the e-commerce architecture which are essential to form the e-commerce framework in a network.

Internet is where a customer and organization interact electronically with each other. Firewall will provide organization a security i.e. a reasonable protection against people who desire to harm or theft the information from the organization’s systems as the business transactions which are generated and done on the world wide page of company by the organizations customers.  There are different languages through which the e-commerce sites are developed like we can use java, small talk, wordpress and many more. As with the help of these languages we can provide a secure mechanism of web applications which can be small or big that run on a wide variety of client machines, making the basic technical concepts to be used ideally for their implementation of interface logic. These languages are well supported by the industry and multiple vendors. As many organizations are modifying their existing legacy applications and putted an wrapper of available cms and object oriented concepts around them so that they can be secured, easy to use, faster , any user can access them and the newer programs can also access them. The companies are re-developing their www page as their old www page and the applications not truly supporting the needs of electronic commerce. The rewrite of the code for the application and www page is to do their business on the web, to process multiple currencies, to process multiple payment types like credit and debit cards. Electronic and digital cash, electronic purchase orders. Wire transfers, to do business in several languages, to support various cultures and beliefs, to identify what they can and cannot sell to the customers, to support sale of both physical and virtual products, to collect and submit the appropriate federal, state, and municipal taxes, to limit the information you reveal to their competition, to process the orders made by the six billion customers etc.

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