E-Commerce Fun

Sometimes E-Commerce can be fun. Below we have a few articles related to the fun side of e-commerce.

Some of our topics include e-commerce’s move to social media and e-commerce trends. You know, the usual fun stuff about e-commerce.

E-commerce, short for ‘electronic commerce,’ entails the trading in products or services using computer networks such as the Internet.

E-commerce draws on technologies such as mobile commerce, electronic funds transfer, supply chain management, Internet marketing, online transaction processing, electronic data interchange (EDI), inventory management systems, and automated data collection systems.

Below you’ll find a bunch of our posts related to e-commerce. Some of the topics that our company bloggers cover include magento e-commerce, and the best ecommerce sites that are currently active on the web. Because e-commerce is a wide and expansive field that is constantly growing, our team is constantly on the go to cover all the latest and greatest news associated with e-commerce.

Since Hara Partners is an e-commerce solutions company, all of the e-commerce going-ons in the world are of the most maximal concern to us. Some of the topics that we covered in the past include Asian e-commerce, mobile e-commerce platforms, and e-commerce trends.

For your information, we’ve also listed some of the common types of e-commerce platforms below:

  • On Premise E-commerce:

  • On-premise E-commerce software usually requires initial one time purchase investment in terms of licensing fees. Also, it implies extra costs related to hardware and installation services as well as data migration and on-going maintenance fees that are usually charged on a yearly basis for software updates and support. Some examples of typical on premise E-commerce platforms are Hybris, Sanna Commerce, Oorjit, and IBM WebSphere.

  • Software as a service (SaaS) E-commerce:

  • Software as a Service (SaaS)- is a cloud based delivery model in which applications are hosted and managed in a service provider’s datacenter, paid for on a subscription basis and accessed via a browser over an internet connection. Two examples of typical SaaS E-commerce solutions are Shopify and Demandware.

  • Open Source E-commerce:

  • Open source e-Commerce is a free of charge platform that doesn’t imply licenses fee. Furthermore, open source users are also responsible for installing, maintaining, securing and configuring the software on their own servers. In order to set up an open source platform, basic technical expertise is required in the areas of web design and development. Software products that are distributed as open source are generally free, and users can access and modify the source code. Three examples of typical open source E-commerce platforms are PrestaShop, osCommerce, Magento and Thelia.

    Amazon Opens New 3-D Printing Web Store

    The invention of 3-D Printing is expected to transform the world. When it becomes mainstream and available for all, it’s projected to cut down medical prosthetics to a fraction of the cost, challenge the make up industry, and make everything … Continue reading

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    How to #Hashtag Effectively for E-Commerce

    Hashtags are becoming more prevalent in the social media marketing world. However, in case you haven’t been acquainted with it, we’re here to help. Hashtags (#) are used on twitter, Instagram, vine, tumblr, facebook, and pinterest as a filter system. … Continue reading

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    E-Commerce Move to Social Media

    Social media has been a successful marketing outlet for many retailers, but many social media platforms are taking a step towards becoming an e-commerce platform themselves. Facebook has just launched the new buy button. This new features allows shoppers to … Continue reading

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    Battle of the Sexes: E-Commerce Trends

    It’s been known throughout the centuries that men and women have different interests. However, merchants are still not putting that knowledge to use in their marketing strategies. In several studies, we have found that one huge mistake that many merchants … Continue reading

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    Groupon VS Living Social: May the Best Deal Win

    Groupon VS Living Social: May the Best Deal Win Groupon and LivingSocial are pretty similar in what they do. They offer consumers flash deals in everything from eyelash extensions to iphone speakers. However, with so many deals that are flying … Continue reading

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