E-Commerce- Assignment1

PART-A
1. Do you need customers to have the ability to subscribe/sign up for a new letter, coupon etc?
Ans:
Yes, we need the customers who have the ability to subscribe/sign up for a new letter, coupon etc. Most shopping cards that companies use are bulky and have more features than needed. Sometimes this means a shopping cart looks less like a basic transaction facilitator, and more like a boot camp obstacle training course with high walls and flaming hoops.
None of these features are bad per se, and some might even be helpful in the overall customer-client relationship. The only problem is when they get in the way of the natural thought sequence of a customer looking to purchase something at a specific moment in time. If I come to a web site, place an order in my cart, and hit “check out,” then please just let me check out. We must make sure our cart processes is sticking to the main objective – namely, closing the sale. All these customer retention features and cross-promotional options can be strategically accomplished after the initial sale has already been completed.

2. What needs of UNIFACT to produce an E-commerce?
Ans:
It is easy and cost effective to establish a centralized, Internet accessible national database infrastructure for the collection, cleansing and dissemination of information and data critical to trading in a country. When doing so, points to consider include:

 There is a difference between text and data that impacts how easily information can be accessed and utilized.
Normalize the Harmonized Tariff Schedule and consider cross referencing to other countries extended HS numbers.

Uses both format standards and data content standards. Format standards are usually set by a governing agency, i.e., United Nations and the UNIFACT standard. Data content standards are increasingly being set by private industry.

It can establish a transparent payment process for Customs duties and fees. Delays in clearing goods through Customs are the most negative impediment to trade. Bounds that guarantee payment. Exploring new alternatives, such as Authority to Pay options, that can guarantee payment of duties and taxes. This would allow goods to flow easily across borders and into the commerce of your country.
Explore providing centralized access to hardware and software that can provide simplified and inexpensive technology to associations and smaller companies seeking to trade globally.

3. How do I know if my idea for a business is a good one?
Ans:
An analysis is a quick way of examining a business’s viability by analyzing its internal strengths and weaknesses and matching these to its external opportunities and threats. Collecting these facts and ideas together into one place enables you to see the bigger picture at a glance. Basically, we take a sheet of paper and draw a vertical line intersected in the middle by a horizontal line, creating four quadrants.It is probably even too soon to put together a comprehensive business plan. What you need is a simple, clear, snapshot insight into what you can deliver and whether the marketplace will be receptive to your offering.

PART-B
1. What should I present to web design firm looking to invest in my idea?
Ans:
For web design idea we have to arrange various type of aspect regarding to company
A:-What is the level of company?
B:-What is the class of the company?
C:-What is the requirement of the company?
D:-What features customer required to access?
E:-What is the level of ease we have to give to the customer?
F:-What is the behavior of user?
E:-Number of user hit per day?
F:-Demand of the user?

2. What’s the Internet/Intranet?
Ans:
INTRANET
An intranet is a private computer network that uses Internet protocols, network connectivity to securely share part of an organization’s information or operations with its employees. Sometimes the term refers only to the most visible service, the internal website. The same concepts and technologies of the Internet such as clients and servers running on the Internet protocol suite are used to build an intranet. HTTP and other Internet protocols are commonly used as well, such as FTP. There is often an attempt to use Internet technologies to provide new interfaces with corporate legacy data and information systems.
Briefly, an intranet can be understood as a private version of the Internet, or as a version of the Internet confined to an organization.
INTERNET
The Internet is a worldwide, publicly accessible series of interconnected computer networks that transmit data by packet switching using the standard Internet Protocol (IP). It is a network of networks that consists of millions of smaller domestic, academic, business, and government networks, which together carry various information and services, such as electronic mail, online chat, file transfer, and the interlinked Web pages and other documents of the World Wide Web.

There’s one major difference between an intranet and the Internet:
The Internet is an open, public space, while an intranet is designed to be a private space. An intranet may be accessible from the Internet, but as a rule it’s protected by a password and accessible only to employees or other authorized users.
From within a company, an intranet server may respond much more quickly than a typical Web site. This is because the public Internet is at the mercy of traffic spikes, server breakdowns and other problems that may slow the network. Within a company, however, users have much more bandwidth and network hardware may be more reliable. This makes it easier to serve high-bandwidth content, such as audio and video, over an intranet.

3. Do you need permission from e business before posting a recommendation for their services?
Ans:
Generally, if we want to run it as legal issues I recommend having a permission of the consult department people. I think we would probably need to check with Internment to answer the ‘legal’ issue, but the better question would be – how are you going to guarantee that when I receive my cookies, they are not all crumbled up… seems like we could have a real ‘customer satisfaction’ issue not to mention ‘staleness’ issue.

In certain situations planning permission is mandatory:
• Most proposed new buildings
• Extensions or additions to existing buildings, excluding dwelling houses
• Putting up outbuildings and structures
• Changes in the use of land or buildings
• Property where permitted development rights have been removed. For more information please see the permitted development rights page
Things we may need permission for
• Putting up fences and walls over certain heights
• Installing a satellite dish or micro-renewable in certain locations on your property
• Extensions or additions to existing dwelling houses over a certain size
• Building a porch over certain dimensions
• Running a business from your house
Things for which special permission may also be needed
• Work on a listed building
• Work within a conservation area
• Work on a protected tree or trees within a conservation area
• The display of advertisements
• Development restricted by an article 4 direction (you will probably know if your property is affected by this restriction)
Help with finding out if you need planning permission
• Connect to the Planning Portal interactive house and terrace. These interactive tools will provide you with useful advice on what may or may not require planning permission. A link can be found on the right hand side of the page. Please note that local circumstances may override some of these guidelines.
• Contact us using our enquiry form. There is a charge of £56.70 for this service. Please note that where householders wish to seek permitted development advice on proposals for renewable energy development they will be exempt from the £56.70 fee for such enquiries.
• Visit the government’s Planning Portal website. Please note that local circumstances may override these guidelines.
• Get advice from a planning consultant. To find a consultant select one of the related links or look in the Yellow Pages under planning consultants. If you cannot afford to pay a planning consultant or are a member of a community group you may be able to get help from South West Planning Aid.

You are welcome for any type of Suggestion.
By- MANISH KINWAR
ID- manish.kinwar@gmail.com
Mob- 09041740452

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