E-Commerce

The E-Commerce can be described for the following features :

  • No use of paper documents used in the mutual action and implementation of commercial transactions , and that the processes of interaction and exchange between dealers are electronically . Therefore based electronic contracts is supporting a legal way by the parties in the event of any dispute between the dealers.
  • E-commerce conversations and arguments can be done with more than one party at the same time , so that each party can send e-mails to a very large number of recipients at the same time , without a need to send it again .
  • The interaction between the two dealers in e-commerce is done by the international communications network (Internet) , and what distinguishes this method is the high degree of interactive without forcing the parties to be present at the same time on the network.
  • Lack of joint coordination between all countries in order to coordinate the issuance of a specific law for each state , taking into account the laws of other countries , which in turn hinders the universal application of e-commerce .
  • Can be buy and sell goods and non-material ┬áservices and products directly through network connections , and thus e-commerce may be singled out from those of the traditional methods used in the process of buying and selling , for example reports , research and studies , pictures and so on.
  • The use of computer systems for the flow of data and information between the parties to be there without any direct intervention of manpower helps to complete the business process at the lowest cost and with high efficiency .