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entertainment, investment, travel information, news and emails have made major contributions towards fulfilling the requirements of the public and business as well. This technology has been able to create all-around revolutions that have facilitated to provide an easy way for customers to shop online. As internet allows mass accessibility to the customers, it helps in satisfying their shopping requirements at large. It even allows the users to deliver feedbacks in relation to the products and services that are delivered to them by way of internet shopping. In relation to delivery of facts relating to products and services, shopping and communication, the role of internet can be studied in an in-depth manner (CS&E Dept, 2001).
This is because the increasing and development of the technology and communication (or by the globalization's growth) the use of the Web to make business is increasing too. Thus, when any organization applies de use of Web service, automatically their business value augment, because now, all the benefits that brings work on line they are going to help to the company in its growth. Some of those benefits that increase the business value are: A better, easy and efficient e-business or e-commerce application. Coping with the fast-changing relationships between a company and its business partners. To go in the global market.
Online Shopping Shopping online is the best way to purchase items because people can often find better deals, saves finances and energy, and allows customers to shop at any time they choose. Online shopping has risen due to the fast paced lives that people all tend to live these days. Most people like doing their shopping online because it is a lot more convenient to access a website or device rather than finding the time to actually go to the store and hunt down the items customers are looking for. “[It is expected that] by 2017, there will be five devices/connections for every internet users.” (Bort). With those numbers, many people will probably prefer online shopping due to how many devices are in each household and because of the simplicity of online shopping.
E-commerce is controversial but the advantages of it greatly outweigh the disadvantages. To begin with, e-commerce offers consumers speed and convenience. E-shopping involves a web site that sells goods and/or services without the direct, face to face, contact between the vendor and the customer. This process is easy and only takes a few clicks before the client/customer has bought themself something. Compared to the traditional way of shopping, online shopping is far more convenient.
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Another reason people may prefer to shop on the Internet is because they can compare the prices of the product they are looking for by just simply opening another tab. Comparing to in stores, you may have to seek out a retailer then wait as they help you look up the cost of other companies who are also selling the product you are looking for. Also, generally the price of the... ... middle of paper ... ...er and bond. Thus, it is very doubtful that malls would go out of business or be forced to shut down because there are too many people shopping online. Works Cited Brain, Marshall.