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E-Commerce


Published on Dec 02, 2015

Abstract

In an effort to further the development of e-commerce, the federal Electronic Signatures Act (2000) established uniform national standards for determining the circumstances under which contracts and notifications in electronic form are legally valid.

Legal standards were also specified regarding the use of an electronic signature ("an electronic sound, symbol, or process, attached to or logically associated with a contract or other record and executed or adopted by a person with the intent to sign the record"), but the law did not specify technological standards for implementing the act. The act gave electronic signatures a legal standing similar to that of paper signatures, allowing contracts and other agreements, such as those establishing a loan or brokerage account, to be signed on line.

Once consumers' worries eased about on-line credit card purchases, e-commerce grew rapidly in the late 1990s. In 1998 on-line retail ("e-tail") sales were $7.2 billion, double the amount in 1997. On-line retail ordering represented 15% of nonstore sales (which included catalogs, television sales, and direct sales) in 1998, but this constituted only 1% of total retail revenues that year. Books are the most popular on-line product order-with over half of Web shoppers ordering books (one on-line bookseller, Amazon.com, which started in 1995, had revenues of $610 million in 1998)-followed by software, audio compact discs, and personal computers. Other on-line commerce includes trading of stocks, purchases of airline tickets and groceries, and participation in auctions.

E-Buy is an exclusive portal developed to ease the Shopping and Shipping across the net. This site contains Product Catalog, which defines any number of product catalogs in your web store. And creates an unlimited number of "parent-child" levels in each product catalog.

The Features which involved in this:

Assign product items to several directories within a directory structure or across directory structures to help promote sales of products.

Product option groups allow you to assign a unique set of options to any product.

A sophisticated shopping cart system allows your visitors to easily add, delete, and change products in their shopping cart. A "mini" cart lets customers keep track of their order with a shopping cart summary on every product catalog page

An organized checkout process takes your customers through the checkout

Process with ease:-.

Source code included so that you can add your preferred credit card

Processing provider.

Supports flat rate shipping prices based on order total. Supports real-time UPS shipping / rates include generic templates for new user account/ user account updates confirmations, etc.

Once the user enters this portal as an Administrator he can make change the entire look and feel according to his views. He can launch a new Product Catalog and include his products with the entire description, rates and upload the images regarding each product. He can make his own business through this portal, he can increase the market by changing the images regularly and make the site beautiful and attract the customer customers. Once the customer is pleased with the product he is provided with a shopping cart and ships the products accordingly.

The administrator has privileges to the user’s login and their accessibility to the site and the site has been developed by considerations to up comings of the project in future enhancements.

Functionality required are as follows:-

Product Catalog:

Define any number of product catalogs in your web store.

Product Information

Create an unlimited number of "parent-child" levels in each product catalog.

Product Items

Assign product items to several directories within a directory structure or across directory structures to help promote sales of products. Customize each product's page by inserting graphics, and images. You have great control over description formatting with the built in Textbox. Assign an unlimited number of product images to each product. This feature allows for customers to browse a gallery of images for each product.

Designate an unlimited number of products as "featured". Featured products get randomly displayed in your product catalog to help promote sales. Product option groups allow you to assign a unique set of options to any product. Perfect for products that are sold in different sizes, colors, styles, etc. The options feature can even make price adjustments automatically. Increase sales for certain items and draw your customers' attention to specific products using discounts.

Shopping Cart

A sophisticated shopping cart system allows your visitors to easily add, delete, and change products in their shopping cart. A "mini" cart lets customers keep track of their order with a shopping cart summary on every product catalog page.

Checkout

An organized checkout process takes your customers through the checkout process with ease.Separate contact and shipping information, allowing delivery at a different point to the purchaser. If user contact and shipping details are the same, one click fills in all the shipping details.

An order confirmation is automatically sent by email to your customers after they make a purchase online. You can customize the email message, and you can include many variables such as their name, order number, date, and a link to their order.

Payment Processing

Source code included so that you can add your preferred credit card processing provider.

Shipping

Supports flat rate shipping prices based on order total.

Supports real-time UPS shipping / rates.

Source code included so that you can add your preferred handler














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