Contrary to what many believe, e-commerce isn't limited to online purchasing. It includes any business transaction one can make through the Web.
Why limit your use of the Web to a calling card when it can be linked to your business process?
B2C (business to consumers) e-commerce is usually composed of a virtual store where clients can buy products or services, while business owners can manage their online catalogs, process orders and payments.
Depending on the type, quantity and size of transactions, linking the online boutique to an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system can also be an option.
B2B (business to business) e-commerce usually consists of different management modules that are integrated into the company's internal business process, enabling it to maximize its contacts with other companies with which it handles regular business transactions.
This is done through intranets or extranets equipped with management modules that are personalized according to the specific needs of the client and are integrated to its internal business process.
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