State the Steps Involved in On-line Transactions - Organisation of Commerce and Management

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State the Steps involved in On-line transactions

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Steps involved in On-line transactions: -

  1. Registration: -Registration is required for online transactions. The person who wants online transaction needs to register with the online vendor by filling up a registration form. Among various details to be filled in is a 'password' relating to the registered 'account' and 'shopping cart.' For security reasons 'Account' and 'Shopping Cart' are password protected.
  1. Placing an order: -The online shopper can pick and drop the things in the shopping cart. The shopping cart maintains the record of what items have been picked up while browsing the online store. After making sure about the items to be purchased, the shopper can choose a payment option.
  1. Payments: -Payments can be done in a number of ways like:
  1. Cash on delivery (CoD): -After physical delivery of goods, payments for the online goods ordered is made.
  2. Cheque: -The Vendor collects the cheque from the customer and after realization of the cheque, the goods are delivered.
  3. Net banking Transfer: -
  4. Credit or Debit Cards: -
  5. Digital Cash: -It is a form of electronic currency that exists only in cyberspace. It has no real physical properties, but offers the ability to use real currency in an electronic format.In all the transactions information plays a very important role. Information is exchanged in both traditional as well as on line (internet) business. But as compared to traditional business internet transactions are easier. In traditional business, time is required to travel, to negotiate (to talk), to convince, presence of both the parties for face to face interaction. In this process lot of time wasted. So online transactions are easier and result oriented than traditional business.
Concept: Online Transaction
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2013-2014 (October)



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