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What is E-commerceecommerce

E-commerce or electronic commerce is about doing business over Internet.

In broad terms, it covers conducting business by electronic means. It can involve electronic funds transfer, supply chain management, e-marketing, online transaction processing, electronic data interchange, automated inventory management systems, and automated data-collection systems. It typically uses electronic communications technology such as the Internet, extranets, e-mail, Ebooks, databases, and mobile phones.

E-commerce & you

E-commerce is part of your day-to-day business activities. This is true for small business as well. Just think about how important email as an electronic communication tool to your business.

However, does your email address promoting your business? Does your products and services can be sell over the Internet to those customer you've never got a chance to reach before? Is your website as part of marketing strategy which brings your customer closer to you? Would you be more efficient to have a system which automate all your business process including point of sale, online shopping cart, inventory management, order tracing and accounting?

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Get you started - promoting your business image while sending email

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The Facts


There were 98,852 Web sites in .nz as of April 2003 of which 83,018, or 84%, had been set up by commercial organizations.

Four-out-of-five New Zealand companies had access to the Internet in 2001.

In 2002, the average proportions of companies with websites varied from 44% of the smallest companies (0-9 FTE) to 87% of the largest companies (100+ FTE)

Electronic communication activities including email, sending/receiving files and information searches were the most frequent activities; performed hourly or daily by over 75% of companies.

Approximately half of the organisations were involved with electronic financial transactions on a monthly, weekly or daily basis

Half of the organisations were purchasing supplies online and doing market research online on a monthly, weekly or daily basis.

After-sales service was provided online by 30% of the computer-using organisations and 26% were doing electronic delivery coordination

Source: Statics New Zealand