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Online Retail needs the IT thrust (Premium) - PCquest
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Online Retail needs the IT thrust (Premium)

The success of online retailer as the leading brand has redefined online commerce with many new players offering services like selling books to tickets. Today, in India maximum number of online dealings is made at Conducting business online is the easiest and fastest of the existing modes of business and transaction. Which is why, e-commerce is becoming immensely popular. Online retail is a major segment in B2C ecommerce as it allows one to buy anything from anywhere and even look for deals for items and services with other sellers. From phone bills to books, nowadays even tickets can be bought online. In fact, the maximum number of online dealings in India is made at Indian railways ticket website The first major success in online retail was, which started as an online bookstore and later started selling DVDs, MP3 downloads, software, video games, apparel, furniture, food, and toys. It is currently the world's largest online retailer. Amazon's success encouraged many leading bookstores to start their online stores. After Amazon, other sites such as and also started online shopping channels selling other things too. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email
India E-Shining- Are industry players ready for e-commerce (Premium) - Dataquest
India E-Shining- Are industry players ready for e-commerce (Sample)
India E-Shining- Are industry players ready for e-commerce

India is all set to reach new horizons in e-commerce are the industry players ready too?. Surf the internet today and and this possibly throws up the truth that e-commerce in India is seeing a steep growth for the past few years. But what needs to be scanned closely, is that this drive in internet is unknowingly taking India to a new horizon. Currently, India which ranks as the third largest internet economy after China and the US, also apparently has notched the position as the second largest nation on Facebook, too. In less than 2 years, India is expected to overtake the US and become the second largest internet economy after China. "India will definitely be in the list of top 5 largest internet economies of the world, if not second. The volume of money that was pumped into e-commerce start-ups in last 12-15 months in this country is commendable. The VCs have seen a huge potential in the Indian market and hence have invested in lot of such companies," feels Abhishek Shah, founder and CEO, Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email

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