Study of Clothing Online Shopping

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Introduction The existence of many sophisticated computer systems and various innovations in the Computer Age justifies the need for new ways of sales in society. The need for share of information in a so called ‘global network’ and man’s desire to communicate from long distances called for the birth of the World Wide Web (formerly known as ARPANET). With the advent of the internet, many of the mundane tasks and businesses became feasible. Things like buying and selling can now be done online. Consumers no longer need to move from their place. A few clicks from their home would suffice enough to do the job. Not only the Internet facilitate purchasing, but it also provide s distance education. Students can earn a degree by taking an online education by means of the Internet. The high take-up of the Internet leads to variety of opportunities in front of companies. People are more online than ever. They spend many hours each day on Social Networks such as Facebook and Google+. It is no wonder that buying and selling can now be done in a more convenient way. Although traditional shopping is still thriving, online shopping can be an alternative for people wanting to save time and money. If a certain customer plan to go shopping, it could be stressful and also be time consuming. E-business has made shopping or any kind of transactions online much easier and convenient. It introduces new facilities, opportunities and way of shopping for both vendors and customers. Consequently, e-business and especially online shopping is crucial for retail stores. They should provide necessary infrastructure for selling their products online. By taking advantage of e-business not only they can get competitive advantage of online shopping, but the... ... middle of paper ... ...rstanding the difference between GP, NAV, SL and AX”. Viewed 14 May 2014. Rayne, PB, Kulkarni, P, Patil, S & Meshram, BB 2012, ‘Authentication and Authorization:Tool for Ecommerce Security’, Engineering Science and Technology: An International Journal, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 150-157. Schneider, GP 2011, Electronic commerce, ninth edition, Joe Sabatino, Boston. Symantec 2013, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL): How It Works, Symantec, viewed 15 May 2013, . The Iconic 2013, Return, The Iconic, viewed 15 May 2013, . Yahia Zare Mehrjerdi, (2010) "Enterprise resource planning: risk and benefit analysis", Business Strategy Series, Vol. 11 Iss: 5, pp.308 – 324.

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