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Joining of Previously Disparate Functions Electronic Document Interchange Electronic assets exchange (EFT) Electronic information trade (EDI) Corporate computerized library Information Sharing Marketing, publicizing Electronic distributed Electronic Commerce Sales, client bolster Collaborative work E-mail Fax Electronic informing

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Attributes of Electronic Commerce Business/Retail Business/Industrial Government Request for quote acquirement models of the Electronic Commerce Acquisition Program Management Office(ECAPMO) Electronic duty recording Economic registration Reporting Just-in-time (JIT) requesting Evaluated Receipt settlement(ERS) Reference model for medicinal services Automatic recharging Efficient Customer Response(ECR) Storefront E-index Computer phone mix Interactive TV Bulletin load up framework Automatic teller machine Kiosks Business Models Privacy Enhanced Mail Secure HyperText Transport Protocol(S-HTTP) Electronic stamps Secure Socket Layer(SSL) Secure Electronic Transaction (SET) Security RSA Triple DES Key escrow Data Encryption Standard (DES) RSA X12.58 Internet Cable Service department Value-included systems Value-included systems Value-included banks Internet Direct associations Value-included systems Value-included banks Internet Communication Infrastructure Wide Area Information Server (WAIS) HyperText Markup Language (HTML) Info access to design, video, sound, and content EDIFACT ANSI ASC X12 UPC/EAN Industry guides Info access to content NIST ECAT Implementation Convention (C) Info access to content Data Management

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Scope of Electronic Commerce On-line Computer-supported coordinated effort On-line databases Computer conferencing and release loads up Workflow E-mail EDI EFT Store and forward Computer-to-PC mechanized trades Computer-helped individuals to individuals

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Business Global rivalry Disregulation/control Competition from new and nontraditional players Blurring of industry lines Societal Demand for comfort personalization, quality and worth Global connections Technology\'s expansion into purchaser markets Marketing Fragmentation of business sectors Declining viability of broad communications New advertising and dist. channels/intuitive media Technology Microprocessor cost/perf. Open framework & customer/server Increasing volumes of information Internet Data warehousing, MPP, OLAP Changes and Drivers of EC

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Electronic Marketplace Electronic Marketplace Extends Reach Traditional EC External Systems and Processes Small and Medium Size Businesses Consumers ISPs OLSs Commercial Partners Banks Certif. Auth. Charge cards E-Cash VANs ISPs OLSs Internal Systems and Processes External Network Interfaces/Security Interfaces Purchasing Sales & Mktg. Receipt Messaging Customer Support Human Resources Ordering Payment

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Digital Library of Document/Data Servers Local or Company-Specific Data Information Retrieval Third-Party Information Processing Tools/Services Web Browser Data and Transaction Management Browser Extensions Secure Messaging Electronic Payment Servers Electronic Commerce Architecture Third-Party Services Client Browser Web Server Functions

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Different Types of Electronic Payment Systems Payment Type Description Open trade The most generally utilized installment strategy today. Mastercard data is given to a vendor by means of E-mail or Web page reaction without encryption or security. Encoded transmission of data amongst purchasers and merchants over the Internet giving confirmation by method for regular programming (, for example, security-upgraded Web programs. Secured linkage or presentation A trusted middle person benefit that gives validity to both purchaser and merchant, oversees Internet-based exchange accounts, and either accommodates the exchange of assets between records or for the verification of the exchange with banks or Mastercard clearing offices. Trusted outsider A system based swap for the paper watch that utilizations existing between bank clearing frameworks. Computerized check Digital money The utilization of advanced tokens that speak to secure coin (without twofold spending) and permit direct purchaser to-merchant exchange of significant worth.

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Web Payment Solutions Visa MasterCard First Virtual Credit-based IBM InfoMarket Clickshare NetBill CyberCash Visa CheckFree Mastercard FSTC Electronic Check Netcheque CyberCash Check Debit-based CyberCash Cybercoins DigiCash NetCash Digital money Citibank <$5 Transaction Value >$50

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Electronic Commerce Standards Area Internet and the World Wide Web HTML, HTTP, CGI, TCP/IP, FTP, SMTP, MIME, SSL, SGML, URL Value-Added Networks Asynch, Bisynch, X.25, SNA, APPN, X.400, X.435 Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) ANSI X12, UN/EDIFACT Image Data GIF, JPEG Financial Payments ANSI X12.4 - #820, NACHA\'s CCD+, CTX, SET, JEPI Security RSA, DES

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Internet Standards and Protocols for Electronic Commerce Name Description Organization Formal Standards and Protocols TCP/IP Underlying system transport conventions IETF SGML Markup dialect for content control ISO, W3C, SGML Open HTML SGML application for hypertext control; dialect most Web pages use W3C, SGML Open HTTP Protocol for exchanging hypertext reports on the Web W3C URL Enables data tending to on the Web W3C File Transfer Protocol for data trade IETF FTP MIME Multimedia E-mail standard and a building hinder for HTTP IETF Security Sockets Layer that takes into account more secure correspondences; additionally an item from Netscape IETF SSL Core Internet convention for sending and accepting E-mail IETF SMTP Common Gateway Interface CGI W3C

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Internet Standards and Protocols for Electronic Commerce Name Description Organization Vendor De Facto Standards Netscape Server API NSAPI Netscape Sun Java Programming dialect and environment for the Web ActiveX Microsoft items that improve Internet Web pages, for example, considering the consideration of moving articles Microsoft SET Secure Electronic Transaction Standard MasterCard and Visa

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Key Electronic Commerce Infrastructure Providers Sector Vendors Electronic Market Managers AT&T Corp., CompuServe, GEIS, IBM, MCI, Communications Platform/Service Providers Digital Equipment Corp., HP, IBM, Silicon, Graphics, Sun Server/Software Developers BroadVision Inc., Microsoft, Netscape, Open Market, Spyglass Inc. CheckFree, CyberCash, DigiCash, Digital, First Virtual Holdings Inc., Harbinger Corp., MasterCard, Premenos, Sterling Commerce Inc., Visa Component Providers

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