Research Paper On E-Commerce Challenges And Solutions
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E-Commerce, Tax Revenues and Physical Stores
An 8 page paper that addresses two specific questions: What impact does e-commerce have on brick-and-mortar stores? What impact does e-commerce have on sales tax revenues for cities and states? Everyone knows that e-commerce sales are still increasing exponentially. Some analysts argue this trend will only get stronger and will eventually force physical stores to close while others argue that e-commerce, at least in terms of the average consumer, will dwindle and die. Neither argument is valid. This essay discusses the effects of e-commerce and how it can be complementary to physical stores, not a substitute. A discussion regarding the reported loss of sales taxes for cities and states presents some interesting data. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Electronic Commerce Trading Accessibility and Security Dichotomy
This 10 page paper considers the following statement. "Security in the world of e-commerce is focused on protecting information - information about accounts, credit card numbers, social security numbers, and identities. It is not about hardware or physical access. But there is a built-in paradox; e-Commerce systems must be open enough to be inviting to customers and users, and at the same time the systems must be difficult to penetrate to those who would steal the information. Achieving the balance that satisfies those opposing needs is the challenge of security in the e-Commerce world. Too much security pushes away the people you have invited; too little and valuable information can be stolen". The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Exploring Decision Support System Usage in ECommerce Research Proposal
This 27 page paper is a research Proposal to Explore the Use of Decision Support System in E-Commerce and includes a literature review. The use of both E-commerce has increased tremendously over the last decade. E-commerce is usually seen as sales over the internet but actually incorporates any transactions over an electronic medium. This is usually seen as an advantage. This paper considers how the use of Decision Support Systems (DSS) may help a business to enhance their e-commerce strategy and align strategies so that the efficiency is increased and results in a better profit. Many companies, such as Air Canada and FedEx already use DSS to great advantage increasing the efficiency through management of their resources. These are systems designed espially for those companies, but DSS are also available over the counter for smaller companies. The paper then shows how, with the use of a qualitative case study, following an extensive literature review the student can undertake primary research to identify the option model for the use of DSS is any given industry. The bibliography cites 11 sources.