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Portal Development

The website resembles the face of the Company/Business. If a website is designed and managed properly, customers will continuously return to your site and increase relation and business with your company. It builds the trust between you and the client. It makes them believe the services that we provide are affective. The design shows the Power and Capability of the Company/Business. The navigation of a website can make or break a site, which is especially true for robust websites with many pages. It improves the brand consistency. It also helps in Reading Patterns and Search Engine Optimization (SEO). The Content on your website is important for many reasons and the fact that it literally communicates your company’s brand position and promise to the customer.

Dynamic Website

All websites, either entire site or a single page, can be static or dynamic. A static website contains information that does not change. It remains the same, or static, for every user visiting the site. A dynamic website contains information that changes, depending on the viewer, the time of the day, the time zone, the viewer's native language, and other factors. A dynamic website can contain client-side scripting or server-side scripting to generate the changing content, or a combination of both scripting types. These sites also include HTML programming for the basic structure. The client-side or server-side scripting takes care of the guts of the site. With client-side scripting, HTML scripting builds the page and can utilize JavaScript and other web-based programming languages to change the data that the HTML scripting adds to the page as it is built. With server-side scripting, scripts are run on the server that hosts the page. The process for how the page is built is determined by parameters defined in the server-side scripting.

e-Commerce:

e-Commerce, also known as e-Business, or electronic business, is simply the sale and purchase of services and goods over an electronic medium, like the Internet. It also involves electronically transferring data and funds between two or more parties. Simply put, it is online shopping as we commonly know it.

e-Commerce started way back in the 1960s when organizations began to use Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) to transfer documents of their business back and forth. The 1990s saw the emergence of online shopping businesses, which is quite a phenomenon today. It has become so convenient and easy, that anyone can shop for anything right from a living room, with just a few clicks. This has evolved more with the emergence of smartphones, where now, you can shop from anywhere and anytime, with a wireless device connected to the Internet. Now you can search for almost any product or service online, without having to go anywhere physically.

What is an eCommerce website?

eCommerce websites are online portals that facilitate online transactions of goods and services through means of the transfer of information and funds over the Internet. In the early days, e-Commerce was done partially through emails and phone calls. Now, with a single website, anything and everything that a transaction needs, can be executed online.

There are different e-Commerce websites for every field. The most common type is retail selling, but there are many others too, like auction websites, business-to-business services, music portals, consultancy websites, finance management websites, and the like.

What is Mobile Commerce?

Mobile Commerce simply means buying and selling of goods, done by customers using their mobile devices.

With mobile devices taking over the planet, quite literally everyone uses their mobile devices more often than their laptops or desktops – to browse the internet. There has been a huge increase in transactions done via mobile devices in the last few years – so the benefits of mobile commerce are significant.

Different Types of eCommerce Websites

Different e-commerce websites are labelled or referred to differently, based on the function they fulfil.

  • Business-to-Business (B2B): Electronic transactions of goods and services between companies.
  • Business-to-Consumer (B2C): Electronic transactions of goods and services between companies and consumers.
  • Consumer-to-Consumer (C2C): Electronic transactions of goods and services between consumers, mostly through a third party.
  • Consumer-to-Business (C2B): Electronic transactions of goods and services where individuals offer products or services to companies.
  • Business-to-Administration (B2A): Electronic transactions of goods and services between companies and public administrations.
  • Consumer-to-Administration (C2A): Electronic transactions of goods and services between individuals and public administrations.

Importance of e-Commerce

With the use of mobile devices and laptops increasing every day, there are a lot of advantages of e-commerce like –

  • Global market reach
  • A global choice for consumers
  • Short product/service distribution chain
  • Lesser costs and pricing

Disadvantages of e-Commerce

  • There are a lot of risks involved
  • Fraud and online insecurity
  • Data privacy issues
  • No testing or checking of services or goods
  • Dependence on electronic technologies

What Makes a Good E-Commerce Website?

If you are looking to start and e-Commerce website, there are a few things that you need to understand and keep in mind to be successful in the game. Make no mistake, there are many online shopping websites out there, and the top few are such great brands that they control most of the market share.