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​Online shopping is a form of electronic commerce which allows consumers to directly buygoods or services from a seller over the Internet using a web browser. Consumers find a product of interest by visiting thewebsite of the retailer directly or by searching among alternative vendors using a shopping search engine, which displays the same product's availability and pricing at different e-retailers. As of 2016, customers can shop online using a range of different computers and devices, including desktop computers,laptops, tablet computers and smartphones.​ 


Consumers find a product of interest by visiting the website of the retailer directly or by searching among alternative vendors using a shopping search engine. Once a particular product has been found on the website of the seller, most online retailers use shopping cart software to allow the consumer to accumulate multiple items and to adjust quantities, like filling a physical shopping cart or basket in a conventional store. A "checkout" process follows (continuing the physical-store analogy) in which payment and delivery information is collected, if necessary. Some stores allow consumers to sign up for a permanent online account so that some or all of this information only needs to be entered once. The consumer often receives an e-mail confirmation once the transaction is complete. Less sophisticated stores may rely on consumers to phone or e-mail their orders (although full credit card numbers, expiry date, and Card Security Code,[12] or bank account and routing number should not be accepted by e-mail, for reasons of security). Ref: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Online_shopping. 

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​Products are displayed in an online shopping site in offers. One can also fond products from various category of the online shopping website. Here are offers. There also links to the  various pages of different categories of products. The act of purchasing products or services over the Internet. Online shopping has grown in popularity over the years, mainly because people find it convenient and easy to bargainshop from the comfort of their home or office. One of the most enticing factor about online shopping, particularly during a holiday season, is it alleviates the need to wait in long linesor search from store to store for a particular item.http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/online-shopping.hhtml

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Worldwide Values Statistic
$1,471bn Details →
Number of digital shoppers in the U.S. 205m Details →
Consumer electronics most likely to be purchased via showrooming 63% Details →
Average annual retail e-commerce revenue per user $1,630 Details →

U.S. E-commerce Values Statistic
B2C e-commerce volume in the U.S. $808.6bn Details →
B2B e-commerce volume in the U.S. $5,711.77bn Details →
Retail e-commerce sales in the U.S. $256.1bn Details →
Quarterly visitors to Amazon Sites in the U.S. 183m Details →

Mobile Retail Values Statistic
Mobile retail commerce revenue in the U.S. $12bn Details →
Number of mobile buyers in the U.S. 121.7m Details →
B2C m-commerce sales in the U.S. $58.5bn Details →</> Embed Top Facts


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Given below is my list of 10 reasons why it is better than conventional shopping.

Convenience. The convenience is the biggest perk. Where else can you comfortably shop at midnight while in your pajamas? There are no lines to wait in or shop assistants to wait on to help you with your purchases, and you can do your shopping in minutes. Online shops give us the opportunity to shop 24/7, and also reward us with a ‘no pollution’ shopping experience. There is no better place to buy informational products like e-books, which are available to you instantly, as soon as the payment goes through. Downloadable items purchased online eliminate the need for any kind of material goods at all, as well, which helps the environment!
Better prices. Cheap deals and better prices are available online, because products come to you direct from the manufacturer or seller without middleman being involved. Many online shops offer discount coupons and rebates as well. Apart from this, online shops are only required to collect a sales tax if they have a physical location in our state, even if we buy from a store across the world.
More variety: The choices online are amazing. One can get several brands and products from different sellers all in one place. You can get in on the latest international trends without spending money on airfare. You can shop from retailers in other parts of the country, or even the world, all without being limited by geography. A far greater selection of colors and sizes than you will find locally are at your disposal. Apart from that, the stock is much more plentiful. Some online shops even provisions in place to accept orders for items out of stock and ship it when the stock becomes available. You also have the option of taking your business to another online store where the product is available.
You can send gifts more easily. Sending gifts to relatives and friends is easy, no matter where they are. Now, there is no need to make distance an excuse for not sending a gift on occasions like birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, and so forth.
Fewer expenses. Many times, when we opt for conventional shopping, we tend to spend a lot more than planned. There are other outside expenses on things like eating out, transportation, and let's not forget impulse buys!
Price comparisons. Comparing and researching products and their prices is so much easier online. Also, we have the ability to share information and reviews with other shoppers who have firsthand experience with a product or retailer.
An crowds. If you are like me, you hate crowds when you're shopping. Especially during festivals or special events, they can be such a huge headache. Also, it tends to be more chaotic when there are more crowds out and this sometimes makes us feel rush or hurried. Grumpy, annoying, and smelly people also annoy me when I'm out shopping. Plus, parking becomes a huge issue. All of these problems can be avoided when you shop online.
Less compulsive shopping. Often times when we're out shopping, we end up buying things compulsively that we don't really need. All because shop keepers pressure us or use their selling skills to compel us to make these purchases. Sometimes, we even compromise on our choices because of the lack of choices in those shops.
Buying old or unused items at lower prices. The marketplace on the Internet makes it much easier for us to buy old or unused things at rock bottom prices. Also, if we want to buy antiques, there's no better place to find great ones.
Discreet purchases are easier. Some things are better done in the privacy of your home. Online shops are best for discreet purchases for things like adult toys, sexy lingerie, and so on. This enables me to purchase undergarments and lingerie without embarrassment or any paranoia that there are several people watching me.

So, have I given enough reasons to choose online shopping over conventional shopping? Please comment below on why you and others prefer it! https://toughnickel.com/frugal-living/OOnline-shopping-sites-benefits 

Better Prices

The vast majority of online stores offer prices that are much lower than what you will find at a physical store. There are a few reasons for this. The first is because many people use the Internet to find cheaper items. Online business owners understand this. They will usually reduce their profit margin to get more customers.

Another reason is because you can easily browse through dozens of different websites to find the best price. You can do the same at a mall, but it would take about an hour or longer. You also may not be taxed because most ecommerce stores won’t tax you unless they are stationed in your state.

Convenience

Shopping online is convenient. You don’t need to get dressed and drive to your favorite store. You can easily visit their website, find the product you want and buy it without getting out of your pyjamas. It’s also convenient because you don’t need to wait for the store to open.

If you work irregular hours or are very busy, then you probably don’t have the time to visit the store. Shopping online allows you to buy things without hurting your schedule.

Variety

Most physical stores have a limited array of products. They can only hold so many items, and there are often many policies affecting the availability of products. For example, there might be a certain item that is only available to those versions of the business that exist in the mall.

Shopping online allows you to find many products that you wouldn’t be able to find in a physical store. You can also buy products that may not logically go together like candy canes and quilts.

Fewer Traps

Physical stores are made to lure you into buying more things. They use posters, sales messages, colours and product placement to make you buy additional items. The most popular products are typically in the back because the owner wants you to view all of his or her other products. Many people will find a few additional items by the time they reach the thing they came in for.

These tactics are not as pronounced with online stores. This means that you won’t feel the pressure to buy other things.

Discreet Shopping

Physical stores often make it difficult to buy certain items. For example, buying lingerie without getting a few awkward stares is nearly impossible. There are many instances of this, and sometimes you might feel embarrassed for no reason.

Shopping online gives you privacy because you won’t have people looking at you while you shop. Not only that, but the receipts are usually made so that no onetop-online-shopping-benefits.http://quartsoft.com/blog/201303/top-online-shopping-benefits. Online shopping brings in revolutionary changes in thr world economy. For exploring the benefits of online shopping

Electronic commerce, commonly written as e-commerce or eCommerce, is the trading or facilitation of trading in products or services using computer networks, such as the Internetor online social networks. Electronic 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. Modern electronic commerce typically uses theWorld Wide Web for at least one part of the transaction's life cycle although it may also use other technologies such as e-mail.

E-commerce businesses may employ some or all of the following:

Online shopping web sites for retail sales direct to consumers
Providing or participating in online marketplaces, which process third-party business-to-consumer or consumer-to-consumer sales
Business-to-business buying and selling
Gathering and using demographic data through web contacts and social media
Business-to-business (B2B) electronic data interchange
Marketing to prospective and established customers by e-mail or fax (for example, with newsletters)
Engaging in pretail for launching new products and services
Online financial exchanges for currency exchanges or trading purposes. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-commerce


It is because they procure the item directly from the company/industry and deletes the involvement of wholesale/distributor who hikes up the price for retailer and retailer has no choice but to pass on the rate to the customers with little margin for him.

Minimizing loss through Funding
Amazon
Amazon After comparing prices with other sites, Amazon recommends the amount of discounts to its sellers on products, but doesn’t force them to adopt these suggested prices. Sellers, however, end up keeping these suggested prices because Amazon finances the discounts.

 This is how it works: at the end of a certain period, sellers send a debit note to Amazon titled “promotional funding”. This note contains the amount of discount that the seller gave on apparel, electronics, toys and other products sold on the site. 

Amazon then pays the seller by cheque and in some cases, also gives additional money as the seller’s margin. This debit note is over and above what Amazon collects from the customer. The debit note also includes service tax that the seller collects from Amazon on the amount of the discounts. The seller then pays the service tax to the central government. 

In effect, the amount of discounts are currently being treated under central service tax laws rather than state tax laws. For instance, if a product priced Rs.100 is sold for Rs.70 by a seller on Amazon, the online retailer will collect Rs.70 from the customer, keep a cut for itself, and give the remaining proceeds to the seller. Then, Amazon will also give the seller an additional amount to account for the discount offered by the seller. This amount could be Rs.30 or lower.

Flipkart
Flipkart suggests prices but unlike Amazon doesn’t typically pay the amount of discounts to sellers by cheque. Instead, it forgoes commissions or listing fees that marketplaces usually charge their sellers.

During Flipkart’s recent Big Billion Day sale, many of the sellers apart from WS Retail were simply promised a certain amount and discounts were almost entirely funded by Flipkart. Sellers were paid through bank transfer by Flipkart

Snapdeal
Like Amazon, Snapdeal also finances part or full discounts given by most of its sellers. Snapdeal pays sellers by Real Time Gross Settlement, a form of Internet banking, or by cheque. Snapdeal refers to the discounts as “promotional expenses”.


​Basic difference is that Online shopping site could be a horizontal/vertical ecommerce store which sells a typical range of products through out the season/period whilst daily deal site sells deals on the products which may be sold offline or online & is valid for a limited period of time only, say about 3-4 weeks.Deal sites themselves dont sell anything. There work is to bring consumers to the online shopping site by attracting them with deals/offers.

The deals sites earn affiliate commision for every sale made via them. Basically deal sites thrive on shopping sites and try to solve a major headache of shopping sites by bringing consumers to them. Daily Deal Sites provides or shows costumers good deals, free coupons, discount vouchers, etc daily, they don't have a shopping portal. Daily deals sites may provide deals on a wide variety of products. But i think they are not reliable as Online Shopping sites are. Online shopping sites provides gaurantee to you purchase products. 
Also Online Shopping Stores are more secured than daily deal site. They give you a wide variety of options while purchasing your products. You can compare products, do bargaining and many more. Also they give you free replacement warranty if you don't find the product satisfactory. So there are lots of advantages in shopping from an online store rather than daily deal sites.

Online Shopping  in India


​The real challenge to an average retailer in India is not from FDI, but from E-Commerce sites like flipkart.com, snapdeal.com, eazybuy.com, menzkart.com. The various growth drivers for e-commerce in India are busy lifestyles, increasing disposable income, lower prices available at online stores as they save on distribution and elimination of set up costs of physical entities. This in itself is sufficient to provide a push for online shopping. Another main factor encouraging e-commerce is that the people are now comfortable using credit cards on the internet. And mobile has truly come out to have multi functional benefits. It is now very easy to use mobile phone for activities other than casual talks and message forwarding. Electronic flow of information has increased manifold.

A few points which speak in favor of e-commerce are:

1. Marketing is very important and it is generally believed that online people are easier to target. The savings in marketing costs can be passed on and prices can be reduced.

2. Now it is actually possible to get a product at less than what the manufacturer is selling it for.

3. FDI will help improving the efficiency in supply chain.

4. FDI will also help in boosting the confidence levels of the customers in which foreign players will play an important role.

5. The industry is still in the growth phase so profit margins are still likely to be high. The B2C e commerce is likely to be the main engine driving growth in the immediate future.

6. Spontaneous activity has reduced considerably and consumers now try to make better use of the time spent online.

7. Facebook has touched nearly 45 million in India and we are still not talking of the mobile phone users.

8. Websites are starting to come up in local languages which will help increase the penetration level.


​ Online shopping is still in the growing stages and has still touched only a few sectors like automobiles, stocks and shares, real estate, travel and tourism, gifts, hobbies, matrimony and employment. Even some websites sells products like men underwear, lens etc. The reason for the numbers not being as large as the businesses wish it to be is the lack of certain key elements in the existing business models. So there is a scope of improvement in this area.

             The main reasons responsible for this sudden growth of e-commerce in India are the emergence of blogs as a means for the information dissemination, bigger web presence of SMEs and corporate because of low marketing and infrastructural costs, a safe and secure business environment due to improved fraud prevention technologies, and most importantly the youth finds online transactions to be easier.

            There is  no doubt that the cost of running an e commerce  is still high but with a billion and counting population which is slowing being hooked up to the e-commerce the growth potential is too significant to be easily ignored. The existing users count more than the users who have recently joined. India can become industrialized and modernized if it can extensively apply IT to enhance productivity and international competitiveness, develop eCommerce and e-governance applications.


India has an internet user base of about 137 million as of June 2012. The saturation of e-Commerce is low related to markets like the United States and the United Kingdom but is rising at a much faster rate with a large number of new contestants.

The industry compromise is that growth is at an inflection point with key drivers being:

Increasing broadband Internet and 3G diffusion.
Growing standards of living and a, growth of middle class with high throwaway incomes.
Convenience of much wider product range online as compared to what is available at brick and mortar vendors.
Busy lifestyles, urban overcrowding and lack of time for retail shopping.
Lower prices associated to brick and pointing retail driven by reduced inventory and real estate costs.
Increased usage of online classified sites, with more consumers buying and selling second-hand goods.
Development of the online marketplace model with sites like eBay, Infibeam, and Tradus.

​India’s e-Commerce market was valued $2.5 billion in 2009, it went up to $6.3 billion in 2011 and to $14 billion in 2012. About 75% of this is travel related (airline tickets, railway tickets, hotel bookings, online mobile recharge etc.).

Online Retailing comprises about 12.5% ($300 Million as of 2009). India has close to 10 million online shoppers and is raising at an estimated 30% CAGR vis-à-vis a global growth rate of 8–10%. Electronics and Apparel are the biggest categories in terms of sales.


Over the recent few years, several capitalists have detected a rising prospect in the products e-Commerce space due to rising Internet usage, technology advancement with severe fraud anticipation tools, gen-next who find it easier to transact on the Internet and more importantly, two-way communication between the buyer and seller through blogs and VoIP’s.  And the evidence is there for all to see. Some of the early appetizers like Flipkart.com have seen tremendous growth since their beginning.

Today, the marketplace place is engulfed with several e-Commerce options for customers to choose from. A variety of advanced products and services are being offered pampering customers for choice. Online shopping is no more an honor enjoyed by your friends and family living in the US or UK. Today, it is a reality in India.

​Today, we are speaking about e-Commerce development of India, the seventh-largest by geographical area, the second-most populous country, and the most crowded democracy in the world. Indian e-Commerce space percentage is getting higher as more and more online retailers enter the market. Although this level of entry in the e-Commerce market is good from a long term viewpoint, the challenge is that most tycoons don’t have the resources or capital to wait for years before they can get profits.

The future does look very bright for e-Commerce in India with even the stock exchanges coming online providing an online stock portfolio and status with a fifteen minute delay in prices. The day cannot be far when with RBI regulations will able to see stock transfer and sale over the Net with specialized services.

In the next 3 to 5 years, India will have 30 to 70 million Internet users which will equal, if not surpass, many of the developed countries. Internet economy will then become more expressive in India.

With the rapid expansion of internet, e-Commerce is set to show a very important role in the 21st century, the new chances that will open, will be available to both large establishments and small companies. The role of government is to deliver a legal framework for E Commerce so that while domestic and international profession are permissible to expand their horizons, basic rights such as privacy, intellectual property, prevention of fraud, consumer protection etc. are all taken care of.Today, we are speaking about e-Commerce development of India, the seventh-largest by geographical area, the second-most populous country, and the most crowded democracy in the world. Indian e-Commerce space percentage is getting higher as more and more online retailers enter the market. Although this level of entry in the e-Commerce market is good from a long term viewpoint, the challenge is that most tycoons don’t have the resources or capital to wait for years before they can get profits.

The future does look very bright for e-Commerce in India with even the stock exchanges coming online providing an online stock portfolio and status with a fifteen minute delay in prices. The day cannot be far when with RBI regulations will able to see stock transfer and sale over the Net with specialized services.

In the next 3 to 5 years, India will have 30 to 70 million Internet users which will equal, if not surpass, many of the developed countries. Internet economy will then become more expressive in India.

With the rapid expansion of internet, e-Commerce is set to show a very important role in the 21st century, the new chances that will open, will be available to both large establishments and small companies. The role of government is to deliver a legal framework for E Commerce so that while domestic and international profession are permissible to expand their horizons, basic rights such as privacy, intellectual property, prevention of fraud, consumer protection etc. are all taken care of. http://tropicalpost.com ,https://retailigence.wordpress.com/ . Visit http://www.onestopshoponline.in/merchant1.html​, http://www.onestopshoponline.in/offer2.html​, http://www.onestopshoponline.in/merchant-2.html, http://www.onestopshoponline.in/offer1-1.html​ 



Online Mobile Shopping

​Worldwide, B2C ecommerce sales are growing steadily and set to top the $1.5 trillion mark this year, and increasingly significant contributors to this enormous sum are mobile devices.

In Europe, mobile shoppers are set to spend £19.8 billion in 2014, almost twice as much as last year’s spend of £10.7 billion, according to research by RetailMeNot. In the US, the figures are even higher – with eMarketer predicting that US retail mcommerce sales will total $56.72 billion in 2014, up 36.1% from 2013.

Even these figures omit revenues from travel bookings on mobile devices, a sector that is seeing a 50% increase in mobile activity and which it is estimated is worth a further $25 billion.

There’s no escaping the fact that mobile commerce is big business.

​However, what’s at the root to the speed of this increase in mobile commerce? Without a doubt it is consumer demand. By this, I mean shoppers who now demand the convenience and choice to shop any time, anywhere. And now the ever-present consumer mobile phone is now facilitating this.'

​This shift in behaviour has, unsurprisingly, generated both challenges and opportunities for retailers. Alexandre Vaz, CEO of Liquid, notes: 'People are spending more and more time on their smartphones and visiting websites more often on their mobile devices, thus increasing the probability of buying products through them. At the same time, users are also using their smartphones inside stores to compare prices, or to check specifications and features on a competitor's website or in a price aggregator engine. This means that retailers have no other way than to bet on mcommerce.'

Retailers must therefore keep up with the rapid rate that mobile devices are evolving – something that hasn’t always proved straightforward in the past. As Wade highlights: 'When mobile payments were still fairly new, retailers believed that their standard ecommerce pages would do, which of course means that the experience for consumers wasn't great.'

Vaz adds: 'Since a growing and very significant percentage of visits to companies' websites are coming from mobile devices they need to give them a good mobile experience at the risk of losing that customer to a competitor. Also, if customers are already checking prices from inside a competitor's store, the smart thing to do is to make it really easy for that user to buy the product while using their smartphone. If you are an online-only ecommerce company, mobile represents an amazing opportunity, because your customers can use physical stores as a showroom and buy, while there, using your mobile app.'

​In spite of this, many brands remain a step behind the customer when it comes to mobile commerce, something that is conspiring to dent confidence in mobile retail. Recent research by Omnico revealed that there are still a number of common issues that are deterring them from shopping on their mobile devices.

Common barriers to consumes not using mobile devices for shopping

With a third of those questioned (33%) citing security concerns as preventing them from mobile shopping, retailers are clearly not emphasising the measures they are taking to protect their customers. And with another third (31%) reporting that small smartphone screens are a deterrent, more businesses need to use dynamically designed sites and specialist apps to support these shoppers.

'The online store checkout and payment process is still the biggest obstacle to delivering successful mcommerce,' says Simon Horton, founder of ShopIntegrator. 'Using the smartphone's small on-screen keyboard to enter all the delivery and payment details can be tricky, taking longer than using a traditional keyboard, especially when you're juggling your phone and your credit card in your hands at the same time.'

​There are also wider implications for those brands that fail to optimise their mobile presence.

'The size of the mobile screen is something that many retailers find to be a challenge in delivering an effective and user-friendly service,' suggests Guy Chiswick, Managing Director at Webloyalty Northern Europe. 'This is particularly challenging when at the same time trying to maintain brand consistency across websites and mobile apps, in that although each channel needs to be developed and implemented uniquely and separately by the retailer, the customer experience has to be seamless across all channels.'

Bill Loller, Vice President at IBM Smarter Commerce, believes that integrating mobile into other shopping channels is indeed one of the biggest challenges that businesses are encountering. Yet it is one that they must address if they are to support the important role the mobile plays within the modern consumer’s journey.There are also wider implications for those brands that fail to optimise their mobile presence.

'The size of the mobile screen is something that many retailers find to be a challenge in delivering an effective and user-friendly service,' suggests Guy Chiswick, Managing Director at Webloyalty Northern Europe. 'This is particularly challenging when at the same time trying to maintain brand consistency across websites and mobile apps, in that although each channel needs to be developed and implemented uniquely and separately by the retailer, the customer experience has to be seamless across all channels.'

Bill Loller, Vice President at IBM Smarter Commerce, believes that integrating mobile into other shopping channels is indeed one of the biggest challenges that businesses are encountering. Yet it is one that they must address if they are to support the important role the mobile plays within the modern consumer’s journey.

​With this insight, businesses have the ingredients they need to provide customers with a truly integrated digital customer experience. For customers who prefer to research products on their mobile devices for a later purchase, a travel provider, for example, could offer customers the opportunity to save a list of favourite destinations that could be accessed via any connected device for booking later.'

He adds: 'A customer’s experience on one channel is directly impacted by their experience on another, and today’s customers want to be able to switch between channels seamlessly. As a result, to offer a successful mobile experience, businesses must ensure it is fully integrated to what they also offer online, in store or on the phone.'

Wade agrees that this integration represents the next major challenge for retailers: 'The biggest obstacle to every retailer at the moment is ensuring you have a solid omnichannel offering. It's certainly important that shoppers can reach you via a mobile device but the next phase is how, as a business, to then keep track of how shoppers are paying for goods across different buying channels.

'It’s vital that all channels, including mobile, websites, card machines etc., all link together and lead into one reporting and administration format so that you have a single view of your customer. This is fast becoming an expectation of the customer. As Sage Pay’s 2014 Payments Landscape report found, 53% of consumers prefer to browse online and buy in store or vice versa. Having a joined up back office system with the same stock, same systems and same processes, has a great effect on the customer experience. It means, for example, that a customer can buy a product online but return it in-store and keep track of the returns process via their mobile phone.'

​Some of the bigger brands have really upped their game,' says James Lovell, European retail Smarter Commerce solutions lead at IBM. 'The ones that are keeping pace have strategically invested in a core customer interaction platform - one platform that is able to service both traditional online channels and also the newer mobile and social channels. And I think when the leading retailers have done that and made that strategic investment, it’s very easy to start to create a seamless experience across all these separate devices and also screen sizes.

'Certainly a lot of the leading platforms can offer responsive design, and it’s very easy now to create that consistent brand experience in that. So we’ve seen that the leading retailers have done that. But once you move away from the leading retailers and into the second tier, the businesses are struggling to keep pace because they haven’t necessarily made that strategic investment in technology yet. Quite often, their mobile channel is run separately to their web channel and it may lack the consistency and integration, and when you do have that separation, it’s much harder to deliver that joined-up and consistent customer experience.'

With forecasts for mobile shopping still wildly optimistic for the coming years, there is a danger that businesses will rest on their laurels. Certainly the current numbers could mask the problems that exist. But if they don’t act to improve their mobile commerce presence, brands run the risk of losing business to competitors that are more effective on mobile devices, or discouraging customers from mobile shopping altogether.

For those retailers who are investing the time and resources into mobile, however, the benefits are potentially vast.

Mackown concludes: 'The larger retailers have upped their game. Some of the things that were causing friction, such as entering your payment details, have improved to allow it to be easier for users to complete that journey without feeling it would be easier to do it in front of a big screen. But they’re not perfect by a long way, and some retail examples are much better than others.

'However, because the user experience is getting better, it’s easier to create a bigger basket and so as well as the actual number of sales rising, the value of those sales is now growing sometimes as well. So a better user experience is also helping to increase the drive in value that we’re seeing from mobile commerce.' http://www.smartinsights.com/mobile-marketing/mobile-commerce/mobile-commerce-opportunities-challenges/ .

​Online ordering, mobile payments and delivery service together form the foundation of much of the long-term growth opportunities in global foodservice. While these trends are consistent worldwide, the landscape and local context that surrounds them are highly varied. Operators looking to mine growth will need to implement localised strategies, based on the conditions and challenges of each market in which they are hoping to grow.

DIGITAL OPPORTUNITIES IN CHINA HAVE CONSOLIDATED

China is home to a number of strong third-party online payment and delivery services, all of which are backed by influential local companies. This is a benefit for operators looking to expand their sales through such channels, but they will need to do so through partnerships rather than proprietary platforms.

INDIA OFFERS AN APPEALING LANDSCAPE

India offers long-term opportunities, with much better competitive odds. Consumer interest in digital ordering and delivery is still growing rapidly; however, third-party providers have so far failed to gain significant traction. The market is still highly fragmented, with significant room for new players and expanded offerings.

DEMAND IS GROWING IN SOUTH KOREA

Dining out culture in South Korea is shifting toward less social dining, and even towards dining alone. This has opened up opportunities for faster, more convenient restaurant options, as well as services like delivery that cater to more utilitarian meal occasions. South Korea is already highly dependent on delivery, but there is still room to grow.

ONLINE AND DELIVERY ARE PATHS TO GROWTH IN TROUBLED BRAZIL

Despite very poor economic conditions, online and delivery offered rare concentrations of growth in Brazil in 2015. Delivery offers higher income consumers and families a way to enjoy a non-home cooked meal at a lower cost than a full-service restaurant, while investing in online ordering and delivery has helped operators build sales without making significant capital investment in new outlets. http://www.euromonitor.com/online-mobile-and-delivery-what-we-can-learn-from-four



























 










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Today's most successful retailers see global expansion as a crucial platform for growth. Wary of "real estate wars" and long ROI horizons, many have seized the online retail opportunity to overcome these challenges. Retailers everywhere are diving into online retail as consumers across the globe in both developed and developing markets go online to buy products. They are using a variety of growth strategies, from grassroots websites to acquisitions of smaller online retailers or expansion of international shipping capabilities.

A.T. Kearney unveiled the first E-Commerce Index in 2012, highlighting the top 10 developing countries for online retail investment. This year we have taken the Index one step further, ranking the top 30 countries in both developing and developed markets. The rankings are based on nine variables, including select macroeconomic factors as well as those that examine consumer adoption of technology, shopping behaviors, infrastructure, and retail-specific activities. The Index balances current online retail market indicators with those that reveal the potential for future growth(see sidebar: About the 2013 Global Retail E-Commerce Index). This study is designed to help retailers devise successful global online retail strategies and identify market investment opportunities while understanding the tradeoffs and barriers to success.Developing countries feature prominently in the Index, holding 10 of the 30 spots, including first-place China. These markets have been able to shortcut the traditional online retail maturity curve as online retail grows at the same time that physical retail becomes more organized. Consumers in these markets are fast adopting behaviors similar to those in more developed countries. For example, mobile phones per capita in Russia (1.8) and the United Arab Emirates (1.7) are much higher than many developed markets. Consumers in these countries use their phones to research products, compare prices, and seek input from their friends on social media.

The rankings include 10 "small gems"—countries with populations of less than 10 million, including Singapore, Hong Kong, Slovakia, New Zealand, Finland, United Arab Emirates, Norway, Ireland, Denmark, and Switzerland—that have active online consumers and sufficient infrastructure to support online retail. On the other hand, India, the world's second most populous country at 1.2 billion, does not make the Top 30, because of low Internet penetration (10 percent) and poor financial and logistical infrastructure compared to other countriesElectronics and appliances sell well on the Internet because products in those categories have distinct specifications that can be effectively communicated online. Consumers can also easily research these products on the Web, read product reviews, and compare prices across retailers.

Apparel is a popular category even as many consumers still prefer to try on clothing before purchase. The reasons for this differ by market. In developing markets such as China and Russia, the Internet gives individuals outside of top-tier cities access to the latest fashions and brand names they otherwise lack access to. In developed markets such as Japan and Germany, apparel buyers are drawn online by the promise of "risk-free" purchases. Sophisticated retail websites enable consumers to see apparel products on virtual models and examine the looks from all angles, and they offer free shipping, timely delivery, and hassle-free returns that allow product returns at little or no cost.

Competition is fierce. The online space is uniquely competitive, as many retailers jockey for a foothold in a high-growth channel. Fierce competition translates into market fragmentation; in each of the top 30 markets, 50 retailers or more account for 80 percent of online sales. Pure-play online retailers were often first movers, so they lead 26 of the 30 markets (Brazil, Chile, Switzerland, and New Zealand are the exceptions). Amazon is also the top online retailer in nine markets (eight of which are developed), highlighting its aggressive international expansion strategy over the past decade and its ability to quickly gather followings. Pure-play Online retailers have held their own, increasing their average market share by 2 percent despite aggressive expansion strategies by multichannel retailers.

Many retailers with strong global brand names are partnering with e-commerce and third-party logistics management companies to sell goods to international consumers. For example, UK retailers Next, Debenhams, and House of Fraser ship to 61, 67, and 128 countries, respectively. Firms such as Borderfree (whose clients include Macy's, Crate and Barrel, and David's Bridal) handle currency conversions and global shipping logistics on behalf of retailers, including customs and returns. As more companies build up their international shipping capabilities, global online retail competition will increase.

Technology remains of paramount importance. Technology remains a crucial component of online retail, both in retailer-customer interactions and back-end retail capabilities. Many developed-market retailers are experimenting with cutting-edge customer interface technologies to increase online sales. American eyeglass retailerWarby Parker uses an intuitive, simple, online experience that takes advantage of the latest interface technologies. Its "virtual try-on" feature allows users to upload photos of themselves and test different styles without visiting a store, and its generous no-cost return policy encourages sales.

Many retailers use in-store kiosks to increase online sales from physical store locations. UK retailer Marks & Spencer has interactive screens and transaction kiosks in smaller stores to give consumers access to more products available online and in other stores. The company employs specially trained style advisors in women's fashion and equips them with Apple iPads to enhance the customer experience.

Customer interface technology, while still important, is becoming less of a competitive differentiator as many retailers now focus on customer relationship management and backend capabilities such as order processing, fulfillment, and delivery to drive online sales. Showroomprive, the second-largest online apparel retailer in France, has invested in a cross-channel customer relationship platform that centralizes all email, phone calls, and chats. As such, the company can optimize consumer touch points and effectively tailor its offerings based on consumer insights. UK retailer Tesco has partnered with Dematic to install automated fulfillment capabilities at its dedicated warehouses for online purchases that exclusively focus on fulfilling online orders. Tesco's transition to automated picking and handling doubles existing pick rates, increases shipment volume, and maintains high online service levels.Electronics and appliances sell well on the Internet because products in those categories have distinct specifications that can be effectively communicated online. Consumers can also easily research these products on the Web, read product reviews, and compare prices across retailers.

Apparel is a popular category even as many consumers still prefer to try on clothing before purchase. The reasons for this differ by market. In developing markets such as China and Russia, the Internet gives individuals outside of top-tier cities access to the latest fashions and brand names they otherwise lack access to. In developed markets such as Japan and Germany, apparel buyers are drawn online by the promise of "risk-free" purchases. Sophisticated retail websites enable consumers to see apparel products on virtual models and examine the looks from all angles, and they offer free shipping, timely delivery, and hassle-free returns that allow product returns at little or no cost.

Competition is fierce. The online space is uniquely competitive, as many retailers jockey for a foothold in a high-growth channel. Fierce competition translates into market fragmentation; in each of the top 30 markets, 50 retailers or more account for 80 percent of online sales. Pure-play online retailers were often first movers, so they lead 26 of the 30 markets (Brazil, Chile, Switzerland, and New Zealand are the exceptions). Amazon is also the top online retailer in nine markets (eight of which are developed), highlighting its aggressive international expansion strategy over the past decade and its ability to quickly gather followings. Pure-play Online retailers have held their own, increasing their average market share by 2 percent despite aggressive expansion strategies by multichannel retailers.

Many retailers with strong global brand names are partnering with e-commerce and third-party logistics management companies to sell goods to international consumers. For example, UK retailers Next, Debenhams, and House of Fraser ship to 61, 67, and 128 countries, respectively. Firms such as Borderfree (whose clients include Macy's, Crate and Barrel, and David's Bridal) handle currency conversions and global shipping logistics on behalf of retailers, including customs and returns. As more companies build up their international shipping capabilities, global online retail competition will increase.

Technology remains of paramount importance. Technology remains a crucial component of online retail, both in retailer-customer interactions and back-end retail capabilities. Many developed-market retailers are experimenting with cutting-edge customer interface technologies to increase online sales. American eyeglass retailerWarby Parker uses an intuitive, simple, online experience that takes advantage of the latest interface technologies. Its "virtual try-on" feature allows users to upload photos of themselves and test different styles without visiting a store, and its generous no-cost return policy encourages sales.

Many retailers use in-store kiosks to increase online sales from physical store locations. UK retailer Marks & Spencer has interactive screens and transaction kiosks in smaller stores to give consumers access to more products available online and in other stores. The company employs specially trained style advisors in women's fashion and equips them with Apple iPads to enhance the customer experience.

Customer interface technology, while still important, is becoming less of a competitive differentiator as many retailers now focus on customer relationship management and backend capabilities such as order processing, fulfillment, and delivery to drive online sales. Showroomprive, the second-largest online apparel retailer in France, has invested in a cross-channel customer relationship platform that centralizes all email, phone calls, and chats. As such, the company can optimize consumer touch points and effectively tailor its offerings based on consumer insights. UK retailer Tesco has partnered with Dematic to install automated fulfillment capabilities at its dedicated warehouses for online purchases that exclusively focus on fulfilling online orders. Tesco's transition to automated picking and handling doubles existing pick rates, increases shipment volume, and maintains high online service levels. Visit http://www.onestopshoponline.in/merchant1.html​, http://www.onestopshoponline.in/offer2.html​, http://www.onestopshoponline.in/merchant-2.html, http://www.onestopshoponline.in/offer1-1.html​ 


Online Clothes Shopping India had an internet user base of about 354 million as of June 2015[1] and is expected to cross 500 million in 2016.[2] Despite being the second-largest userbase in world, only behind China (650 million, 48% of population), the penetration of e-commerce is low compared to markets like the United States (266 million, 84%), or France (54 M, 81%), but is growing at an unprecedented rate, adding around 6 million new entrants every month.[3] The industry consensus is that growth is at an inflection point.[4]

In India, cash on delivery is the most preferred payment method, accumulating 75% of the e-retail activities.[5] Demand for international consumer products (including long-tail items) is growing much faster than in-country supply from authorised distributors and e-commerce offerings.

In 2015, the largest e-commerce companies in India were Flipkart, Snapdeal, Amazon India, and Paytm.[ 
 India's e-commerce market was worth about $3.9 billion in 2009, it went up to $12.6 billion in 2013. In 2013, the e-retail segment was worth US$2.3 billion. About 70% of India's e-commerce market is travel related.[7] According to Google India, there were 35 million online shoppers in India in 2014 Q1 and is expected to cross 100 million mark by end of year 2016.[8] CAGR vis-à-vis a global growth rate of 8–10%. Electronics and Apparel are the biggest categories in terms of sales.

According to a study conducted by the Internet and Mobile Association of India, the e-commerce sector is estimated to reach Rs. 211,005 crore by December 2016. The study also stated that online travel accounts for 61% of the e-commerce market.[9]

By 2020, India is expected to generate $100 billion online retail revenue out of which $35 billion will be through fashion e-commerce. Online apparel sales are set to grow four times in coming years.[10]

India's retail market is estimated at $470 billion in 2011 and is expected to grow to $675 Bn by 2016 and $850 billion by 2020, – estimated CAGR of 10%..[citation needed]According to Forrester, the e-commerce market in India is set to grow the fastest within the Asia-Pacific Region at a CAGR of over 57% between 2012–16.[11]

As per "India Goes Digital",[12] a report by Avendus Capital, the Indian e-commerce market is estimated at Rs 28,500 Crore ($6.3 billion) for the year 2011. Online travel constitutes a sizable portion (87%) of this market today. Online travel market in India is expected to grow at a rate of 22% over the next 4 years and reach Rs 54,800 crore ($12.2 billion) in size by 2015. Indian e-tailing industry is estimated at Rs 3,600 crore (US$800 million) in 2011 and estimated to grow to Rs 53,000 crore ($11.8 billion) in 2015.

Overall e-commerce market is expected to reach Rs 1,07,800 crores (US$24 billion) by the year 2015 with both online travel and e-tailing contributing equally. Another big segment in e-commerce is mobile/DTH recharge with nearly 1 million transactions daily by operator websites.[citation needed]

A new sector in e-commerce is online medicine, selling complementary and alternative medicine or prescription medicine online. There are no dedicated online pharmacy laws in India and it is permissible to sell prescription medicine online with a legitimate license.[citation needed]

Online sales of luxury products like jewellery also increased over the years. Most of the retail brands have also started entering into the market and they expect at least 20% sales through online in next 2–3 years.


Online Shoe Shopping  

Online shoes shopping has increased by leaps and bounds all over the world. With large numbers of Eretailer in play in market, there are large numbers of mnc selling their product throgh eretailers. Customers get wide choice at cheap price because eretailers buy products from mncs at large volume so they get quantity discounts.

Online Women'ss wear Shopping  

Despite being the second-largest userbase in world, only behind China (650 million, 48% of population), the penetration of e-commerce is low compared to markets like the United States (266 million, 84%), or France (54 M, 81%), but is growing at an unprecedented rate, adding around 6 million new entrants every month.[3] The industry consensus is that growth is at an inflection point.[4]

In India, cash on delivery is the most preferred payment method, accumulating 75% of the e-retail activities.[5] Demand for international consumer products (including long-tail items) is growing much faster than in-country supply from authorised distributors and e-commerce offerings.

In 2015, the largest e-commerce companies in India were Flipkart, Snapdeal, Amazon India, and Paytm.[  India's e-commerce market was worth about $3.9 billion in 2009, it went up to $12.6 billion in 2013. In 2013, the e-retail segment was worth US$2.3 billion. About 70% of India's e-commerce market is travel related.[7] According to Google India, there were 35 million online shoppers in India in 2014 Q1 and is expected to cross 100 million mark by end of year 2016.[8] CAGR vis-à-vis a global growth rate of 8–10%. Electronics and Apparel are the biggest categories in terms of sales.

According to a study conducted by the Internet and Mobile Association of India, the e-commerce sector is estimated to reach Rs. 211,005 crore by December 2016. The study also stated that online travel accounts for 61% of the e-commerce market.[9]

By 2020, India is expected to generate $100 billion online retail revenue out of which $35 billion will be through fashion e-commerce. Online apparel sales are set to grow four times in coming years.[10]

India's retail market is estimated at $470 billion in 2011 and is expected to grow to $675 Bn by 2016 and $850 billion by 2020, – estimated CAGR of 10%..[citation needed]According to Forrester, the e-commerce market in India is set to grow the fastest within the Asia-Pacific Region at a CAGR of over 57% between 2012–16.[11]

As per "India Goes Digital",[12] a report by Avendus Capital, the Indian e-commerce market is estimated at Rs 28,500 Crore ($6.3 billion) for the year 2011. Online travel constitutes a sizable portion (87%) of this market today. Online travel market in India is expected to grow at a rate of 22% over the next 4 years and reach Rs 54,800 crore ($12.2 billion) in size by 2015. Indian e-tailing industry is estimated at Rs 3,600 crore (US$800 million) in 2011 and estimated to grow to Rs 53,000 crore ($11.8 billion) in 2015.

Overall e-commerce market is expected to reach Rs 1,07,800 crores (US$24 billion) by the year 2015 with both online travel and e-tailing contributing equally. Another big segment in e-commerce is mobile/DTH recharge with nearly 1 million transactions daily by operator websites.[citation needed]

A new sector in e-commerce is online medicine, selling complementary and alternative medicine or prescription medicine online. There are no dedicated online pharmacy laws in India and it is permissible to sell prescription medicine online with a legitimate license.[citation needed]

Online sales of luxury products like jewellery also increased over the years. Most of the retail brands have also started entering into the market and they expect at least 20% sales through online in next 2–3 years.


​Online Shopping From Amazon


Amazon.com (/ˈæməzɒn/ or /ˈæməzən/), often simply Amazon, is an Americanelectronic commerce and cloud computing company, founded in July 5, 1994 by Jeff Bezos and based in Seattle,Washington. It is the largest Internet-based retailer in the world by total sales and market capitalization.[14] Amazon.com started as an online bookstore, later diversifying to sell DVDs, Blu-rays, CDs,video downloads/streaming, MP3downloads/streaming, audiobookdownloads/streaming, software, video games, electronics, apparel, furniture, food, toys and jewelry. The company also produces consumer electronics—notably,Amazon Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets, andFire TV—and is the world's largest provider of cloud infrastructure services (IaaS).[15]Amazon also sells certain low-end products like USB cables under its in-house brand AmazonBasics.

Amazon has separate retail websites for the United States, the United Kingdom and Ireland, France, Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Australia, Brazil, Japan, China, India and Mexico. Amazon also offers international shipping to certain other countries for some of its products.[16] In 2016, Dutch and Polish language versions of the German Amazon website were launched.[17][18]

In 2015, Amazon surpassed Walmart as the most valuable retailer in the United States by market capitalization,[19] and is, as of 2016 Q3, the fourth most valuable public company.Amazon.com, Inc., incorporated on May 28, 1996, offers a range of products and services through its Websites. The Company's products include merchandise and content that it purchases for resale from vendors and those offered by third-party sellers. The Company has three segments: North America, International and Amazon Web Services (AWS). The Company's North America segment focuses on retail sales of consumer products from sellers and subscriptions, through its North America-focused Websites, such as www.amazon.com, www.amazon.ca and www.amazon.com.mx. Its North America segment also includes export sales from its North America-focused Websites.

The Company's International segment focuses on retail sales of consumer products, including from sellers and subscriptions, through its internationally focused Websites, such as www.amazon.com.au, www.amazon.com.br, www.amazon.cn, www.amazon.fr, www.amazon.de, www.amazon.in, www.amazon.it, www.amazon.co.jp, www.amazon.nl, www.amazon.es and www.amazon.co.uk. Its International segment includes export sales from its internationally focused Websites, including export sales from these sites to customers in the United States, Mexico and Canada. The Company's AWS segment focuses on the sales of compute, storage, database and other AWS service offerings for start-ups, enterprises, government agencies and academic institutions.

The Company allows customers to access its Websites directly and through its mobile Websites and applications. The Company offers Amazon Prime, which is an annual membership program that includes shipping on a range of items, access to streaming of a range of movies and television (TV) episodes, and other benefits. It manufactures and sells electronic devices, including Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets, Fire televisions and Echo. The Company offers programs that enable sellers to sell their products and fulfill orders through its Websites and the seller's Websites. It serves developers and enterprises of various sizes through AWS, which offers a set of analytics, applications and deployment services. It serves authors and independent publishers with Kindle Direct Publishing, which is an online platform that allows independent authors and publishers to choose a royalty option and make their books available in the Kindle Store, along with its publishing arm, Amazon Publishing. It also offers programs that allow authors, musicians, filmmakers, application developers and others to publish and sell content.





Amazon.                                


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Online Shopping from Flipkart


Flipkart is an e-commerce marketplacecompany founded in 2007 by Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal. The company is registered in Singapore, but has its headquarters in Bangalore, Karnataka, India.[4][5][6] Flipkart has launched its own product range under the name "DigiFlip" with products including tablets, USBs, and laptop bags.[7][8][9]

According to Morgan Stanley the current market value of Flipkart is $5.54 billion as of November 2016.

Flipkart
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Online Shopping from Snapdeal 


​​Snapdeal is an B2C marketplace, based in New Delhi, India. The company was started by Kunal Bahl, a Wharton graduate as part of the dual degreeM&T Engineering and Business program at Penn, and Rohit Bansal, an alumnus of IIT Delhi in February 2010. Snapdeal currently has 275,000 sellers, over 30 million products and a reach of 6,000 towns and cities across the country[2]Investors in the company include SoftBank Corp, Ru-Net Holdings, Tybourne Capital, PremjiInvest,Alibaba Group, Temasek Holdings, Bessemer Venture Partners, IndoUS Ventures, Kalaari Capital, Saama Capital, Foxconn Technology Group, Blackrock, eBay, Nexus Ventures, Intel Capital, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, Singapore-based investment entity Brother Fortune Apparel andRatan Tata.[3] When Snapdeal acquiredFreeCharge[4] in an equity deal, investors Sequoia Capital India, Valiant Capital, Sofina, Ru-Net Holdings, and Tybourne Capital also became shareholders in Snapdeal.


Snapdeal


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​Online shopping from Shopclues





ShopClues.com is an online marketplace, headquartered in Gurgaon, India. The company was founded in California's Silicon Valley in 2011.[4][5] It has over 12,000 registered merchants[6]retail 2,00,000+ products[7] on the platform to over 42 million visitors[8] every year across 9500 locations in the country.


The e-commerce company is incorporated inDelaware.[9]

ShopClues joined as 35th entrant in the Indian e-commerce in 2011.[10] The company employs about 700 people across different locations.





Shopclues



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Online Shopping from Shoppers Stop 





Shoppers Stop is an Indian retailing company promoted by the K Raheja Corp Group, started in the year 1991 with its first store in Andheri, Mumbai.[2] Shoppers Stop Ltd has been awarded "the Hall of Fame" and won "the Emerging Market Retailer of the Year Award", by World Retail Congress at Barcelona, on April 10, 2008.[3] Shoppers Stop is listed on the [[Bombay Stock Exchange|BSE] and National Stock Exchange- NSE].[4] As of 2013, Shoppers Stop has 73 stores inIndia.[5]

Shoppers Stop began by operating a chain of department stores under the name “Shoppers’ Stop” in India. Shoppers Stop has 74 stores across 35 cities in India.

Specifically, Shoppers Stop stores retails clothing, accessories, handbags, shoes, jewelry, fragrances, cosmetics, health and beauty products, home furnishing and decor products.

Shoppers Stop launched its e-store with delivery across major cities in India in 2008. The website retails all the products available at Shoppers Stop stores, including apparel, cosmetics and accessories. Shoppers Stop opened stores in Amritsar, Bhopal and Aurangabad.

Shoppers Stop also launched its application in February 2016.[6] This completed the first phase of its omni-channel strategy











Shoppers stop

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​Online Shopping from PayTM


Paytm is an Indian e-commerce website headquartered in Noida, India. It was launched in 2010 and adds to the industry ofFinTech in India. It is owned by One97 Communications. The firm started by offering mobile recharging, adding bill payment and e-commerce, with products similar to businesses such as Flipkart, Amazon.com,Snapdeal. In 2015, it further added booking bus travel.[3] Paytm also launched movie ticket booking by partnering with Cinépolis in the year 2016.





PAYTM

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​Online Shopping from Pepperfry 





Pepperfry.com is India's largest furniture and home online marketplace headquartered in Mumbai. A managed marketplace, Pepperfry is known for its differentiated product range which offers over 80,000+ products across categories like Furniture, Home Décor, Kitchen & Dining, etc.





PEPPERFRY

http://clnk.in/dJog


​Online Shopping from Tata Cliq





At Tata CLiQ, everything you see is hand-picked and 100% authentic – sourced straight from brands from India and across the world, just for you. In other words, we sell only ‘Certified Authentic Merchandise Everybody Loves’ (C.A.M.E.L). We guarantee you’ll find Real Good Brands at Feel Good Prices!Tata CLiQ is a first-of-its-kind PHYGITAL marketplace, combining online shopping with the offline store experience. 
Engage with us online in a seamless shopping experience across desktop, tablet and smartphone. Explore top brands across clothes and accessories, gadgets and appliances. 
Go offline with us, though our unique PHYGITAL experience. Tapping into our strong brand partner network, we have created an experience that combines the ease of shopping online with the reassurance of buying from a brick-and-mortar store. Our CLiQ & PIQ service conveniently allows you to buy stuff on the website and pick up – or return – what you’ve bought in-store .
Also, engage with our influencers on #QueMag, which is the place for real advice from real people. Get their take on fashion, tech and life.





Tata Cliq

http://clnk.in/dJoR


Online Shopping From VOONIK Voonik is an online marketplace operating in products for women’s fashion.It works on a 10,000 rule algorithm to help users find the right product on the basis of filters like skin tone, body type and preferences.[2] The company is based in Bengaluru,Karnataka.[3]

The startup was launched as a personalmobile application, before developing a website.[





Voonik

http://clnk.in/dJo3

Online Shopping from Firstcry





Asia's Largest Online Portal for Baby and Kids Products. We have over 2 Lakh+ Baby and Kids items from 2 Thousand+ top International and Indian brands like Mattel, Ben10, Pigeon, Funskool, Hotwheels, Nuby, Farlin, Medela, Pampers, Disney, Barbie, Gerber, Fisher Price, Mee Mee and so on. 

Our mission is to provide best of the products/brands at the lowest prices with great online shopping experience, free shipping and Prompt customer service. Our benchmark is to provide our customers with a physical stores shopping experience; online, without the hassles of driving around the town locating a shop and then a place to park the vehicle. Our sourcing team works with over 150 vendors internationally, nationally to source the best products/brands for you at the most affordable price. Our product photographs can be zoomed so that you can read the details on the product cover before taking an informed decision. All items originate from our warehouse and have been sourced from authorized representatives or manufacturers. So shop with us, sit back and relax. Our logistics and customer support team works very hard to get your goods delivered at the earliest and respond to any queries that you may have.

Over time, we hope to 'Change' the way, Indian parents buy, so that they can be at home to spend more quality time with their 'Littl



​Online Shopping from Homeshop18


​HomeShop18 is an online and on-air retail and distribution venture of Network 18 Group, India.

HomeShop18 is a part of the Network18 Media & Investments Limited which is owned and operated by Reliance Industries. Network 18 FinCap is the holding company for several media entities in India such as Television Eighteen India Ltd (TV18), HomeShop18, CNN-IBN, First Post, IBN 18 Broadcast Ltd, Web 18, Studio 18, Shop 18, Infomedia 18, and Viacom 18.​

Homeshop18.com was launched on 18 January 2011. Currently, HomeShop18.com comprises 15 categories: Mobiles, Health & Beauty, Apparel, Jewellery, Home & Kitchen, Household Appliances, Electronics, Footwear, Cameras, Sports & Fitness, Toys & Baby Gear, Computer and Tablets, Watches, Fashion Accessories, Gift Ideas.The mobile version of the HomeShop18.com was officially launched on Android and iOS in the beginning of the year 2013.

HomeShop18 shifted its technology office (e-commerce) in December 2014 from Bangalore to Noida.As a part of its mobile platform launch, HomeShop18 set up SCAN N SHOP Virtual Shopping Wall at Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport at New Delhi (domestic departure wing). The virtual wall comprises dynamic LED TV screens. Each TV screen displays products on sale accompanied by a unique QR code, which people may scan to display the respective product's details. The customers can place their orders by scanning the QR code against each item or over the phone, through Cash on Delivery...Online Shopping from Ho pscotch 





Hopscotch is an e-commerce company founded in 2011 by Rahul Anand (alum of Harvard Business School and the University of Michigan) where it is headquartered in Mumbai, India. Hopscotch is a curated store featuring a variety of international and local branded merchandise for kids, mom and home.[1][2] Rahul previously worked at Diapers.com one of the largest baby e-commerce sites in the U.S



Onlne Shopping from Infibeams

Infibeam is an Indian internet and e-commerce conglomerate involved in online retailing, e-commerce software and internet services. The company is headquartered in Ahmedabad, India. It is an online retailer for books, electronics, and automobiles in India. Started in 2007, the company has offices in Ahmedabad, Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, and has a total of 1300 employees.[3][4] Infibeam launched an e-book reader, Infibeam Pi, its successor Pi2, and a media device, Infibeam Phi. Infibeam became India's first E-commerce company to file an IPO, in July 2015.

Infibeam was founded in 2007 by Vishal Mehta, a Cornell and MIT Sloan alumnus. After working for Dell and Amazon.com in the US for five years, Mehta returned to India in 2007 and started Infibeam along with a group of Amazon employees.[8][9] He funded the company by selling his personal assets rather than opting for external equity funding.[10] The company was started with an initial capital of ₹100-150 million.[11] Infibeam.com started as an automobile portal in 2007, but later turned into an online retailer.[12] In 2010, Infibeam launched 'Pi', India's first e-book readerIn 2008, Infibeam acquired Picsquare.com, a personalised photo printing website. In 2014, it acquired Odigma, a digital marketing company, for US$5 million.[15]

BusinessesEdit

Infibeam's businesses include online retailing through its flagship website 'infibeam.com', e-commerce platform software service through 'buildabazaar.com', e-commerce marketplace 'dhamaal.com' and its own branded e-book reader. The strategy of Infibeam was described by Forbes as "that seems to defy most standard models".[16] The turnover of the company was reported to be ₹10 billion as of November 2013.[1]

Online retailingEdit

Infibeam.com, the online retail website of the company, sells books, electronics and lifestyle products.[17] The website has a selection of 12 million products across books, electronics, lifestyle, gifts and media.[9] In 2011, the company established Infibeam Logistics, its own logistics arm in major Indian cities.[18] In September 2010, infibeam was among Economic Times's Top 5 Digital Brands in the e-commerce category.[19]Infibeam's acquisition of customer base at very low cost has been recorded as a B-school case study by Ivey Publishing.[20] Infibeam is the only authorised online seller of iPhones in India.[21][22] Infibeam maintains its bestsellers list for books sold on the site. Picsquare.com, owned by Infibeam, is a digital photo printing and personalised gifts website.[23]

E-commerce platformEdit

Main article: Buildabazaar

Buildabazaar is a Saas platform built by Infibeam with operations in India and MiddleEast. The company initially extended its e-commerce platform to build online stores for HiDesign, TTK Prestige[24] and Crossword Bookstores[25] and NDTV Shopping[26][27] In 2011, the e-commerce platform was opened to everyone through Buildabazaar, which allows users to create their own web store.[28] Buildabazaar was awarded ‘The Game Changing Idea of The Year’ Award by The Economic Times at ET RETAIL AWARD 2014.[29] The platform was launched in the Middle East region in 2014. It has 30,000 stores as of March 2015.[30]

Music streaming platformEdit

Infibeam Digital Entertainment (INDENT), a subsidiary of Infibeam established in 2012, builds Music Streaming and Download Platform solutions for Music Labels, Brands and OEMs.[31] In 2013, the company built Sony Music's Jive HD streaming and downloading app embedded in Sony's Xperia smartphones.[32]

Digital marketing servicesEdit

The company offers Digital Marketing Services through its subsidiary ODIGMA, which it acquired in 2014.[33] ODIGMA employs 70 people and serves digital marketing campaigns for around 400 brands.[34]

Generic top level domain name registryEdit

Main article: .ooo

Infibeam owns the license of the generic top level domain (GTLD) '.ooo' granted by Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). It launched the '.ooo' domain for trademark holders on 22 September 2014.[35][36]

Logistics aggregation platformEdit

ShipDroid, a logistics aggregation platform was launched in January 2015, to provide uniformity of logistics services to small merchants across all courier partners. The platform covers 20,000 pincodes across 600 cities. The platform allows merchants to choose mode of delivery such as surface, rail or air mode and also can opt for delivery commitment SLAs such as express delivery or regular delivery.[37][38][39]

MarketplaceEdit

In August 2013, Infibeam launched the e-commerce marketplace Dhamaal.com in association with CCAvenue. Dhamaal has a selection of 15 million products. The website is built on Buildabazaar platform, and is also extended as a co-branded marketplace with 50 Indian banks.[40]

E-book readerEdit

Infibeam Pi
In February 2010, Infibeam launched Pi, an e-book reader that uses E-Ink electronic paper technology.[8] Pi has a six-inch screen with eight level grayscale non-backlit display.[41][42] The device has the capability to play music files, read Word documents and also supports 13 Indian languages.[8][43] It has an internal memory of 512 MB, that can store 300 books and supports external memory up to 4 GB.[44] The device, which is less than 10 millimetres (0.39 inches), weighs 180 grams (6.3 ounces).[45]

Pi2
In 2011, Infibeam launched the second version of its e-book reader and named it Pi2.[46] Pi2 is a touchscreen device and has wireless connectivity. It has 2 GB of internal memory and expandable up to 32 GB through external SD card slot. The battery power is claimed to last up to 8,000 page reads.[46] The company has over 500 thousand e-books on its web store which can be directly accessed from the ebook reader through Wi-Fi to purchase e-books.[47] Infibeam followed up the Pi2 with an Android tablet called Phi.


Online Shopping from Jabong 


Jabong.com is an Indian fashion and lifestyle e-commerce portal founded by Praveen Sinha,Lakshmi Potluri,Arun Chandra Mohan. The portal sells apparel, footwear, fashion accessories, beauty products, fragrances, home accessories and other fashion and lifestyle products.[2][3] The company's headquarter is in Gurgaon, NCR.[4]

In July, 2016 Flipkart acquired Jabong through its unit Myntra for about $70 Million. After the acquisition, Ananth Narayanan was declared the new CEO of Jabong.It was co-founded by Arun Chandra Mohan, Praveen Sinha, Lakshmi Potluri. All co-founders have left the company.[2][5][6][7]

In March 2013, Jabong was shipping 6000-7000 orders a day.[8] According to The Economist, Jabong clocked gross sales of around US $100–150 mn in 2012.[9] As per the Livemint article, during September 2013 Jabong was shipping 14,000 orders on a daily basis out of which 60% were from small towns.[10]

Jabong was one of the most visited e-commerce sites during the Great Online Shopping Festival 2013.[11] Company representatives claimed that its revenues increased five to six times compared to a usual dayJabong sells shoes, apparel, accessories, home décor and furniture through its website.[13] The e-store at present carries over 1000 brands and over 90,000 products.[14][15] Other products include jewellery and gold coins.[16][17]

In January 2014, Jabong partnered with Stylista, a collaborative fashion platform. The collection includes Indian designers like Wendell Rodricks, Priyadarshini Rao and Nishka Lulla.[18]

Business modelsEdit

Jabong.com follows both an inventory model and a managed marketplace model.[19]In the inventory model, products are sourced from brands and stored in the Jabong warehouse. In the managed marketplace model, Jabong provides marketing, logistics and delivery.[20][21]

Marketing campaignsEdit

The company has been active on digital media, giving competition to established competitors in a short span of time.[22]

The company launched its first TV campaign in March 2012.[23] Other television campaigns appeared in September 2012 and during 2013 Jabong.[24][25][26][27]

In November 2013 Jabong together with Puma launched the digital fitness campaign “Gear up Buddy” with Bollywood actor Chitrangada Singh.[28][29]

In a bid to position itself as an online fashion destination, Jabong has partnered with Lakme Fashion Week for next four seasons and with designer Rohit Bal for an exclusive collection.[30][31]

Jabong.com launched the India Online Fashion Week in 2014. The event was described as a platform for young and aspiring designers, stylists, models and photographers who were mentored by fashion industry experts including celebrity mentor Yami Gautam.[32]

Jabong.com launched a monthly fashion magazine "The Juice" in April, 2014. The magazine covers stories and features around fashion, beauty, people, trends, travel and pop culture.[33][34]

PartnershipsEdit

In May 2013 Jabong presented a fashion collection based on the Bollywood movie Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. Jabong showcased the fashion apparel used in the movie by the movie stars.[35][36]

In November 2012, Jabong.com and cricket equipment maker SG Cricket presented a range of Virender Sehwag cricket bats — VS319

In July 2013 Jabong associated with Bollywood again through the movie Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and offered a collection inspired by the movie.[37][38]

In its third association with Bollywood, Jabong presented in December 2013 a collection of products inspired by the movie Dhoom 3, including bags, hats, pendants and rings.[39]

In 2014, Jabong partnered with Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania[40]

In October 2014, it was reported that Amazon was in the initial talks to acquire Jabong,[41] but no take over deal happened and none of the party confirmed the reasons.

As noted by Business Standard, Jabong added International brands to its catalogue. The brands include Dorothy Perkins, Miss Selfridge and River Island along with the Spanish brand Mango.[42][43][44][30] In November 2013, Jabong entered into a partnership with the brand Jack & Jones, to sell merchandise for the band Above & Beyond.[45][46]

In 2014, Jabong launched an exclusive collection designed by Rohit Bal.

In May 2014 NBA and Jabong partnered to launch the first official NBA online store in India.[47]

In July, 2016, Jabong was acquired by Myntra, subsidiary of Flipkart for an undisclosed amount.[48]

Online trafficEdit

According to a ComScore report of September 2012, Jabong.com had the second highest amount of traffic on its website, among Indian e-commerce websites, within a few months of its launch.[49] In November 2013, Jabong.com held an Alexa Traffic ranking of 37 in India.[50] Jabong also ranked 10th in Google Zeitgeist India trends making it the 10th most searched term in 2012 in India.[51]

International storeEdit

Jabong also has an international online shopping store called Jabongworld.com, which receives its highest amount of traffic from the United States, closely followed by Malaysia and Mauritius and other countries. [52]

Awards and recognitionEdit

According to The Brand Trust Report India Study - 2013 by Trust Research Advisory, Jabong ranked among the top 25 trusted Online brands in India.[53]

According to Business-Standard.com, Jabong set to enter 1 billion dollar club in the year 2015.


Online Shopping From Koovs 

KOOVS.COM is an online store for western fashion, catering to menswear, womenswear, footwear, accessories, jewellery and beauty products. The company is headquartered in Gurgaon, with office in London, and serves to the Indian market.[2][3] The website stocks Indian and international brands and its own range of clothing and accessories. KOOVS.COM has also collaborated with international designers to create clothing collections.KOOVS India was set up as an independent e-commerce business in 2010, operating through the website KOOVS.COM.[4] In 2011, the Nahata family acquired a controlling interest in the company and shifted its focus to the sale of mobile phones and electrical goods.[5] KOOVS.COM’s focus shifted to fashion in 2012 when the Company, founded by Lord Waheed Ali and Robert Bready, began to supply KOOVS India with consultancy services in fashion design for e-commerce.

In November 2013, Lord Waheed Alli, Baron Alli joined the organization as a Chairman.[6] Subsequently, in late 2013 Robert Bready, former Retail Director of Asos.com and Roy Naismith, former CFO of successful global brand, French Connection joined the koovs leadership team.

In 2013, KOOVS.COM opened its first design office in London to design its private label collections. The Indian wholesale retail arm became a subsidiary of Koovs Plc[7](based in London) via a listing in March 2014, on AIM, a sub market of the London Stock Exchange.[8]

ManagementEdit

The Board of Directors for KOOVS.COM.[9] include Lord Waheed Ali (Executive Chairman), Anant Nahata (Founder Director), Mary Turner (CEO), Robert Bready (Chief Creative Officer), Roy Naismith (Group Chief Financial Officer), Dame Gail Rebuck (Non-Executive Director and Senior Independent Director) and Emily Sheffield (Non-Executive Director).[10]

CollaborationEdit

KOOVS.COM is known for collaborating with international designers.

In May 2013, KOOVS.COM collaborated with Melissa Odabash, a UK-based swimwear designer to create a collection of swimwear and beach accessories.[11]

In Jan 2014, Canadian-British designer Patrick Cox collaborated with KOOVS.COM to create a capsule collection of shoes and bags for men and women titled AKA By Patrick Cox for KOOVS.

In May 2014, KOOVS.COM launched, HENRY HOLLAND X KOOVS, an exclusive collaboration with British designer Henry Holland. The collection includes signature prints, motifs dresses, tops, pants and swimwear.[12][13][14]

In August 2014, music artiste Nikhil Chinapa collaborated with KOOVS.COM [15] to create UNDERGROUND by Nikhil Chinapa.[16] This menswear collection comprised 30 styles across ready-to-wear and accessories.

In November 2014, KOOVS.COM launched MAWI X KOOVS,[17] their collaboration with Indian-born British designer Mawi Keivom. She created an affordable line of jewellery, accessories and T-shirts for women.

In April 2015, British designer Giles Deacon collaborated with KOOVS.COM to create GILES AT KOOVS, a womenswear collection of eveningwear[18] and cocktail looks consisting of ready-to-wear and accessories.

BrandsEdit

KOOVS.COM stocks Indian and international brands across menswear and womenswear, including clothing and accessories. Some of the key womenswear brands for KOOVS.COM include AX Paris, Lipsy, Glamorous, Warehouse, Lavish Alice, Oasis, New Look, Dead Lovers, Forever New, Blueberry, Thursday Friday and Oliv. Some key menswear brands include Nike, Criminal Damage, New Look, Only & Sons, Addict, Majestic, Jeepers Peepers, Rare Rabbit, Voi Jeans, Blueberry Men, Jeepers ​



Stragic Sourcing and Cost Saving Through Online ShoppingStragic sourcing is of prime importance to organization's buying decision. Strategic sourcing includes deciding upon the nature of market condition impacting the buying organization, the business the organization wants to be in, and organization's core competency.These decisions will directly impact the source selection. The organization also have to consider the product type, product life cycle, risk value matrix i.e., tactical , leverage, critical and strategic. In case of tactical items , organization can have many suppliers or some chosen suppliers at operational level alliance. In case of leverage items organisation would have few sources and leverage from buying large quantities. In case of critical items , the organisation should have few sources with business level alliance and in case of stragic items that is those items which are stragically important to organisation's business , the organisation should have one or two suppliers or sole sourcing. 

In stragic sourcing organisation also have to consider the level of competition in the market. They also have to consider porter's five factors, rivalry in the industry , power of buyer , power of supplier, threat of substitute product, threat of new entrant. For that they have to do the through market analysis. In selecting the supplier , the organisations have to consider market condition , product complexity, urgency of need , quality expectation, supplier process, adequacy of competition, cost vs value of sources, long term needs, long term relationship, need for modification of supplier base , change in supplier's organization, supply continuity.
All these have direct attributes with the sourcing with ecommerce or online buying. Strategic sourcing has the main aim of cost saving. What a product or service should cost. To determine that organisation have to exercise lot of analysis. It includes raw material , labour, overhead, selling and distribution, administrative cost and a reasonable margin of profit. The organisation have to exercise value chain analysis, strategic positioning analysis, cost driver analysis. They also have to exercise the total cost ownership, life cycle costing and target costing. To determine the cost, organisation have to deduct profit from the selling price. Then the organisation have to work on reducing cost right from the design stage. There are various cost saving technique like standardisation, variety reduction, value chain analysis , just in time, kaizen costing
All these can be met and these exercises can be reduced to a great extent through online buying. Because in ecommerce, products are standardised, rightly priced . Organization would not require to do the source selection technique or cost saving technique. They won't have to do the alliance decision.However, ecommerce is available for branded products though some industrial branded products can be purchased from ecommerce platform or e auction.Through Online ShoppingStragic sourcing is of prime importance to organization's buying decision. Strategic sourcing includes deciding upon the nature of market condition impacting the buying organization, the business the organization wants to be in, and organization's core competency. 
These decisions will directly impact the source selection. The organization also have to consider the product type, product life cycle, risk value matrix i.e., tactical , leverage, critical and strategic. In case of tactical items , organization can have many suppliers or some chosen suppliers at operational level alliance. In case of leverage items organisation would have few sources and leverage from buying large quantities. In case of critical items , the organisation should have few sources with business level alliance and in case of stragic items that is those items which are stragically important to organisation's business , the organisation should have one or two suppliers or sole sourcing. 
In stragic sourcing organisation also have to consider the level of competition in the market. They also have to consider porter's five factors, rivalry in the industry , power of buyer , power of supplier, threat of substitute product, threat of new entrant. For that they have to do the through market analysis. In selecting the supplier , the organisations have to consider market condition , product complexity, urgency of need , quality expectation, supplier process, adequacy of competition, cost vs value of sources, long term needs, long term relationship, need for modification of supplier base , change in supplier's organization, supply continuity.
All these have direct attributes with the sourcing with ecommerce or online buying. 
Strategic sourcing has the main aim of cost saving. What a product or service should cost. To determine that organisation have to exercise lot of analysis. It includes raw material , labour, overhead, selling and distribution, administrative cost and a reasonable margin of profit. The organisation have to exercise value chain analysis, strategic positioning analysis, cost driver analysis. They also have to exercise the total cost ownership, life cycle costing and target costing. To determine the cost, organisation have to deduct profit from the selling price. Then the organisation have to work on reducing cost right from the design stage. There are various cost saving technique like standardisation, variety reduction, value chain analysis , just in time, kaizen costing.
All these can be met and these exercises can be reduced to a great extent through online buying. Because in ecommerce, products are standardised, rightly priced . Organization would not require to do the source selection technique or cost saving technique. They won't have to do the alliance decision.
However, ecommerce is available for branded products though some industrial branded products can be purchased from ecommerce platform or e auction.









Ecommerce helps to reduce costs. Target costing is one of the cost saving techniques. Target costing is process of to detarminre the life cycle cost at which proposed product with a specified functionality and quality must be produced to generate the desirednlevel of profitability over its when sold at its anticipated selling price. Supply management professional abuse this approach to identify and communica5e the allowable price for supplier's product or service and create performance guidelines . Target costing ensures both cost and functionality of a new product . Target costing is useful to supply management specifically in understanding supplier cost , taking full advantage of supplier expertise, understanding cost drivers and increasing the expertise of the supply function in understanding and contributing to a more competitive cost structure for the organisation's product and services

When a product is developed the product development team has to keep pricing in mind and consider not only whether the customer will buy this product but at what price. Thus, a sales price will have to be set. The profit margin is the difference between the sales price and the costs to produce the product. Organization will start with a sales price what the market will bear and the desired profit. The target costs is

Target costs= expected sales price- desired profit

The amount remaining is the total allocable cost to make that product . This costs is then allocated among all related purchase and internal costs resulting the target costs for each item. Organization will make every effort to keep the costs as targeted. This is where cost reduction comes into play and all the costbreduction techniques discussed earlier will have to be applied to keep the cost under target.

Ecommerce helps to reduce costs by adopting target costing technique. A producer can estimate at what price he can sell his product to the eretailer and in what volume. Then he can set the target price. Eretailer also can set price with discount at what price their products can be sold keeping in mind the purchasing costs with volume discount and transportation ,storage, logistics and other relevant costs. They can then work on reducing thease cost. Ecommerce platform can gain cost advantage on purchasing high volume thereby getting discount and sell in large volume thus at lower price there by making profit. Profit is made either keeping high price for unique product volume of sales in this case is low or selling high volume at low price. More the volume and diversification more is the profit. Ecommerce platforms has large volume of products to sell with wide diversification. That is why they can sell at lower price. Here you will find the online shopping sites, online shopping websites, this is one stop shop. this is home shop. it is a site for shopping online.  Here best online shopping websites are available. You can do shopping here. It is one stop shop for shopping online. it is a site for home shopping. You can do online mobile shopping, online shopping for women, cheap online shopping sites, online shoe shopping, online clothes shopping, online purchase.


So , buy from ecommerce siteBPR or Business process Re-engineering is one of the techniques for saving the costs. It is a process where organisations rethink how they do their work in order to dramatically improve customer service , cut operational costs,and become world class competitors. BPR seeks to help companies restructure their organization by focusing on ground up design of their business processes. Business process is set of logically related tasks performed to achieve a defined business outcome . Re- engineering emphasized a holistic focus on business objectives and how processes related to them , encouraging full scale recreation of processes rather than iterative optimization of subprocesses . The globalization of the economy and liberalization of trade markets have created a condition in the market place which are characterized by instability and intensive competition in the business environment . Competition is continuously increasing with respect to price , quality, and selection of services and promptness of delivery. Removal of barriers, international cooperation , technological innovation cause competition to intensify. All these changes impose the need for organizational transformation where entire processes , organisation climate and organization structure are changed. BPR is the fundamental rethinking and radical redesigning of business processes to achieve dramatic improvements in critical contemporary measures of performance such as cost , quality ,service, and speed. In BPR, several jobs are combined into one, decision making becomes part of the job of employees , steps in the process are performed in natural order and several jobs are performed simultaneously, processes have mutipleversion , work performed where it makes the most senses, control and checks and other non-valueadded work are minimized . Consequently, costs are reduced by a great extent. Here you will find the online shopping sites, online shopping websites, this is one stop shop. this is home shop. it is a site for shopping online.  Here best online shopping websites are available. You can do shopping here. It is one stop shop for shopping online. it is a site for home shopping. You can do online mobile shopping, online shopping for women, cheap online shopping sites, online shoe shopping, online clothes shopping, online purchase.​



Adopting the practice of Ecommerce will be a BPR to organisations as well as general people because it is whole rethinking of buying process . EComeerce helps to cut costs as it will help to remove many non- value added activities. It has brought a revolutionary opportunity in the realm of world economy. Practice ecommetce, shop online . Online shopping / ecommerce has brought a new revolutionary opportunity in the realm of economy. All kind of product and services with unique and unbelievable features are now at your finger tips. During the age of sheer competition , every company is trying to provide product and service which best fits the customer needs. These are made keeping in mind various customer group that is company is producing products for different market segment . As in each of these segment, fierce completion is there , companies arentrying attract customers either with unique features/benefits or with low cost with same product features as that of their competitors. The companies has chosen the ecommerce platform to market their product as it is the most cost effective way to reach to greater numbers of customers which is impossible for a company to get of their own. Financial companies, banking and non banking financial ( NBFC) companies , insurance companies are not exception.










World economy has seen a new swing at the advent of online shopping. Economic cycle has has phases recession touching the trough, upswing , downswing and stable. In the era of ecommerce, economy will see the major up movement as the consumer products and services will gain a new edge. With wide range of product and service, with numbers of eretailer, the price of the product will fall and quality will improve. The customers will have wide range of product to choose. It will increase the production and buying power. As result the whole economy will boost up. World economy has seen a new swing at the advent of online shopping. Economic cycle has has phases recession touching the trough, upswing , downswing and stable. In the era of ecommerce, economy will see the major up movement as the consumer products and services will gain a new edge. With wide range of product and service, with numbers of eretailer, the price of the product will fall and quality will improve. The customers will have wide range of product to choose. It will increase the production and buying power. As result the whole economy will boost up.Here you will find the online shopping sites, online shopping websites, this is one stop shop for online shopping.this is home shop. it is a site for shopping online.  Here best online shopping websites are available. You can do shopping here. It is one stop shop for shopping online. it is a site for home shopping. It is onlinevstore. You can do online mobile shopping, online shopping for women, cheap online shopping sites, online shoe shopping, online clothes shopping, online purchase. Best online shopping websites, online shopping, cheap online shopping sites, online store, online purchase, shopping online.


Why Online Shopping is far more economical, cost effective and convenient than conventional shopping


We all have to purchase in our everyday life right from livelihood stuffs which are bare necessity to luxury items. Purchasing is not only necessity but also an art, commerce and science. The purchasing revolves around right price, right quantity, right quantity, right time and right source. Today E commerce has opened up a new era in procurement decision both in domestic and industrial scenario both goods and services


Why online shopping is better than traditional purchasing. Let come to the basics of purchasing. In traditional stores price is higher than the eretailer. Why? Why ecommerce platforms can offer you lower price with discount ? Are they selling inferior or duplicate products? No. I it been so the manufacturers/producers of those branded products won't spare them and go for litigation. They are able to give you a discounted price because they are buying those products from manufacturers/ dealers in bulk quantities and so they get a quantity discount part of which they are extending to their customers. Also they are saving in taxes and duties in large quantity buying.Come to the quality. The products they are selling are all branded products and they are not producing of their own. You will get the same quality product as you get in conventional buying. They are giving the same warranty as are available in conventional purchase. Moreover, you will get the dealewa​rranty. Moreover, their payment mode is usually secured through various payment gateways like payumoney etc?.You will get the exact quanttity. Their delivery is vary prompt and usually you will get your product in certain guaranteed period. They are equipped with efficient state-of-the-art logistic chain and warehouse system which you will not get in conventional purchase in most of the times. Your need will meet in time which saves you money both in domestic and industrial scenario. Delivery is the one of the most important factor in buying decision. If your need does not meet in time both in domestic and industrial scenario , you will definitely search for an alternative source to meet your immediate need . That will cause costs you in tIn buying decision supplier or source of buying is a very crucial factor. Supplier should must be reliable in terms of finance I have enumerated above. In traditional purchasing you have to search for a right supplier, negotiate with various terms and conditions. But in an ecommerce platform you will get any product you want . This will save you from incurring time, energy and money. In traditional purchasing , determining a right supplier is one of the difficult task. To get a reliable supplier , you have to make alliance in various levels right from routine, operational, business and strategic. You have to take into account various factors supplier's production costs, overhead costs, transportation , selling and distribution costs. Then you have to adopt various negotiating techniques , you have to collect lot of data. Even after that younhave to worry about quality and delivery. But in buying from an ecommerce retailer. we all have to struggle to earn our livelihood, rate race, maintaining lifestyle. Which consumes most of our time. If you have to strain your brain for right purchasing decision in this situation, it is definitely burdensome. Purchasing from ecommerce merchant saves time , energy and money both in goods and services. If we get products and services in low cost in time, our personal and family life will improve. The poorer people will get both luxury and necessary items cheaper. Nation鈥檚 purchasing power will improve. Which in turn production will increase. Manufacturer and providers will profit from increased sales. More job vacancies will be created. Which in turn further strengthen the purchasing power. GDP will increase. Currency will strengthen.

Stragic Sourcing and Cost Saving Through Online ShoppingStragic sourcing is of prime importance to organization's buying decision. Strategic sourcing includes deciding upon the nature of market condition impacting the buying organization, the business the organization wants to be in, and organization's core competency. These decisions will directly impact the source selection. The organization also have to consider the product type, product life cycle, risk value matrix i.e., tactical , leverage, critical and strategic. In case of tactical items , organization can have many suppliers or some chosen suppliers at operational level alliance. In case of leverage items organisation would have few sources and leverage from buying large quantities. In case of critical items , the organisation should have few sources with business level alliance and in case of stragic items that is those items which are stragically important to organisation's business , the organisation should have one or two suppliers or sole sourcing. In stragic sourcing organisation also have to consider the level of competition in the market. They also have to consider porter's five factors, rivalry in the industry , power of buyer , power of supplier, threat of substitute product, threat of new entrant. For that they have to do the through market analysis. In selecting the supplier , the organisations have to consider market condition , product complexity, urgency of need , quality expectation, supplier process, adequacy of competition, cost vs value of sources, long term needs, long term relationship, need for modification of supplier base , change in supplier's organization, supply continuity.
All these have direct attributes with the sourcing with ecommerce or online buying. 
Strategic sourcing has the main aim of cost saving. What a product or service should cost. To determine that organisation have to exercise lot of analysis. It includes raw material , labour, overhead, selling and distribution, administrative cost and a reasonable margin of profit. The organisation have to exercise value chain analysis, strategic positioning analysis, cost driver analysis. They also have to exercise the total cost ownership, life cycle costing and target costing. To determine the cost, organisation have to deduct profit from the selling price. Then the organisation have to work on reducing cost right from the design stage. There are various cost saving technique like standardisation, variety reduction, value chain analysis , just in time, kaizen costing.
All these can be met and these exercises can be reduced to a great extent through online buying. Because in ecommerce, products are standardised, rightly priced . Organization would not require to do the source selection technique or cost saving technique. They won't have to do the alliance decision.
However, ecommerce is available for branded products though some industrial branded products can be purchased from ecommerce platform or e auction.Through Online ShoppingStragic sourcing is of prime importance to organization's buying decision. Strategic sourcing includes deciding upon the nature of market condition impacting the buying organization, the business the organization wants to be in, and organization's core competency. 
These decisions will directly impact the source selection. The organization also have to consider the product type, product life cycle, risk value matrix i.e., tactical , leverage, critical and strategic. In case of tactical items , organization can have many suppliers or some chosen suppliers at operational level alliance. In case of leverage items organisation would have few sources and leverage from buying large quantities. In case of critical items , the organisation should have few sources with business level alliance and in case of stragic items that is those items which are stragically important to organisation's business , the organisation should have one or two suppliers or sole sourcing. 
In stragic sourcing organisation also have to consider the level of competition in the market. They also have to consider porter's five factors, rivalry in the industry , power of buyer , power of supplier, threat of substitute product, threat of new entrant. For that they have to do the through market analysis. In selecting the supplier , the organisations have to consider market condition , product complexity, urgency of need , quality expectation, supplier process, adequacy of competition, cost vs value of sources, long term needs, long term relationship, need for modification of supplier base , change in supplier's organization, supply continuity.
All these have direct attributes with the sourcing with ecommerce or online buying. 
Strategic sourcing has the main aim of cost saving. What a product or service should cost. To determine that organisation have to exercise lot of analysis. It includes raw material , labour, overhead, selling and distribution, administrative cost and a reasonable margin of profit. The organisation have to exercise value chain analysis, strategic positioning analysis, cost driver analysis. They also have to exercise the total cost ownership, life cycle costing and target costing. To determine the cost, organisation have to deduct profit from the selling price. Then the organisation have to work on reducing cost right from the design stage. There are various cost saving technique like standardisation, variety reduction, value chain analysis , just in time, kaizen costing.
All these can be met and these exercises can be reduced to a great extent through online buying. Because in ecommerce, products are standardised, rightly priced . Organization would not require to do the source selection technique or cost saving technique. They won't have to do the alliance decision.
However, ecommerce is available for branded products though some industrial branded products can be purchased from ecommerce platform or e auction. Here you will find the online shopping sites, online shopping websites, this is one stop shop for online shopping.this is home shop. it is a site for shopping online.  Here best online shopping websites are available. You can do shopping here. It is one stop shop for shopping online. it is a site for home shopping. It is onlinevstore. You can do online mobile shopping, online shopping for women, cheap online shopping sites, online shoe shopping, online clothes shopping, online purchase. Best online shopping websites, online shopping, cheap online shopping sites, online store, online purchase, shopping online.




Why Online Shopping is far more economical, cost effective and convenient than conventional shopping


We all have to purchase in our everyday life right from livelihood stuffs which are bare necessity to luxury items. Purchasing is not only necessity but also an art, commerce and science. The purchasing revolves around right price, right quantity, right quantity, right time and right source. Today E commerce has opened up a new era in procurement decision both in domestic and industrial scenario both goods and services


Why online shopping is better than traditional purchasing. Let鈥檚 come to the basics of purchasing. In traditional stores price is higher than the eretailer. Why? Why ecommerce platforms can offer you lower price with discount ? Are they selling inferior or duplicate products? No. Had it been so the manufacturers/producers of those branded products won spare them and go for litigation. They are able to give you a discounted price because they are buying those products from manufacturers/ dealers in bulk quantities and so they get a quantity discount part of which they are extending to their customers. Also they are saving in taxes and duties in large quantity buying.Come to the quality. The products they are selling are all branded products and they are not producing of their own. You will get the same quality product as you get in conventional buying. They are giving the same warranty as are available in conventional purchase. Moreover, you will get the dealer's wa​rranty. Moreover, their payment mode is usually secured through various payment gateways like payumoney etc?.You will get the exact quanttity. Their delivery is vary prompt and usually you will get your product in certain guaranteed period. They are equipped with efficient  state-of-the-art logistic chain and warehouse system which you will not get in conventional purchase in most of the times. Your need will meet in time which saves you money both in domestic and industrial scenario. As a material management person with MBA in material management, ICWA Inter , and studying CPSM of which one paper has been cleared and over 12 years of experience in this field, I can tell you that delivery is the one of the most important factor in buying decision. If your need does not meet in time both in domestic and industrial scenario , you will definitely search for an alternative source to meet your immediate need . That will cause costs you in tIn buying decision supplier or source of buying is a very crucial factor. Supplier should must be reliable in terms of five . I have enumerated above. In traditional purchasing you have to search for a right supplier, negotiate with various terms and conditions. But in an ecommerce platform you will get any product you want . This will save you from incurring time, energy and money. In traditional purchasing , determining a right supplier is one of the difficult task. To get a reliable supplier , you have to make alliance in various levels right from routine, operational, business and strategic. You have to take into account various factors supplier鈥檚 production costs, overhead costs, transportation , selling and distribution costs. Then you have to adopt various negotiating techniques , you have to collect lot of data. Even after that younhave to worry about quality and delivery. But in buying from an ecommerce retailer. we all have to struggle to earn our livelihood, rate race, maintaining lifestyle. Which consumes most of our time. If you have to strain your brain for right purchasing decision in this situation, it is definitely burdensome. Purchasing from ecommerce merchant saves time , energy and money both in goods and services. If we get products and services in low cost in time, our personal and family life will improve. The poorer people will get both luxury and necessary items cheaper. Nation鈥檚 purchasing power will improve. Which in turn production will increase. Manufacturer and providers will profit from increased sales. More job vacancies will be created. Which in turn further strengthen the purchasing power. GDP will increase. Currency will strengthen.


Ecommerce sites are now offering affiliate program. They have a plethora of products to offer. This gives enormous benefits to customers, eretailers, sellers, pubshers. Company's which produces the product have got a single platform to sell their products. They are able to capture a wide segment of market without incurring significant expenditure in marketing, selling and distribution. This helps them to incur more cost to product development and quality. At the same time they are getting real time information about market and customer's preference. This helps them to design product and improve quality and build so called quality house in which customers needs are translated into product specification and then to design. They can market their product according BCG matrix. Where market share and rate of growth are matrixed into two dimension. There are four types of product according to BCG matrix , cash cow which generates cash without significant expenditure and growth due to high market share ; stars which have steadily growing market share and significant amount of expenditure is required to boost up the market shares; question marks where though there is possibility of market share ,the rate of growth is very slow and company has to decide what to do with these products , further expenditure or dispose off; and Dogs which should be disposed off immediately. The seller also has to decide how they position their product and which market segment. Do they position their product in low price low cost where there is competion is high and customers has lot to choose and prices are almost same but due to low cost the company will profit or they will go for diversification with unique product with high price but has got cutomet loyalty or they will focus on certain segment of market with both cost based and diversification based strategy,. All these have both merits and demerits and company has to choose wisely which will be the best strategy depending on the organistion's objective.

This strategic angle is also true for ecommerce sites. They have all types of product mentioned above. They have also to choose with which product they will deal and which gives them maximum ROI. Affiliate marketing is one of their business strategy which gives them increased sales , customer loyalty and brand image. They also have to do the SWOT analysis that is what are their strength , weakness, opportunity and threat. Strength and weakness are internal and opportunity and threat are external. Strength includes powerful retail brand, financial power, customer base, supplier base, logistics and marketing infrastructure, IT infrastructure, weakness include lack of product promotion, too much product diversity, large debt, large capital expenditure, opportunity include new buying pattern, government rules and regulations, new technology, economies of scale, threat includes entrant of new competitor, decrease in market shar etc. Companies will use strength to overcome the external threat and internal weakness and also to capture the external opportunity.

Buyers have to take lot of decisions like make or buy, supplier selection , negotiation, transportation, inventory. All these decision making requires risk analysis. There several ways of risk analysis like decision tree analysis where alternative courses of action and their consequence are compared, two by two portfolio matrix where items are categorized into noncritical ,bottleneck, leverage and strategic .

All the buying decisions are facilitated at the advent of ecommerce. They have made easy for the buyers to take decisions which product is to buy from where. Ecommerce has also reduces the task of taking decision like transportation , distribution , warehousing.

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Affiliate marketing has brought an opportunity to effectively market products and services online. The key advantage is the performance-based commission model. The can monetise by promoting advertiser products and services. What is affiliate marketing. In the world of affiliate marketing, an advertiser can be a company selling a product like electronics, airline tickets, clothing or car parts, or an advertiser could also be an insurance company selling policies. The most important thing to remember is that you are an advertiser if you are ready to pay other people to help you sell and promote your business.</span>

A publisher is an individual or company that promotes an advertiser product or service in exchange for earning a commission. Advertisers contractually agree to work with a publisher, then provide the publisher with creative in the form of links, banner or text ads or even unique phone numbers  that the publisher incorporates into their website.

The final component that completes the affiliate relationship triangle is the consumer. The consumer is the one who actually sees the ad and then makes an action (either by clicking a link or by submitting their information via a form) that takes them from the publisher website to the advertiser to complete the action, which we call a conversion.

Affiliate marketing has become a massive online industry over the past several years, emerging as both an effective way for marketers to sell their products and services and for publishers to monetize their audiences. Despite the popularity of affiliate marketing, many publishers still  aware of exactly what affiliate marketing is or how it works. In some cases, these publishers are gatekeepers to an audience that could be very effectively monetized through affiliate marketing, meaning that they bye passing up an attractive revenue stream.

Affiliate marketing is a type of performance based model in which a business rewards one or more affiliates for each visitor or customer brought by the affiliate's own marketing efforts. The industry has four core players: the merchants(also known as 'retailer' or 'brand'), the network(that contains offers for the affiliate to choose from and also takes care of the payments), the publisher (also known as 'the affiliate'), and the customer. The market has grown in complexity, resulting in the emergence of a secondary tier of players, including affiliate management agencies, super-affiliates and specialized third party vendor.

Affiliate marketing is a massive opportunity for Merchants, Affiliate partners, networkers and consumers. Everyone can gain from it. Advertisers ( merchants) can from increased sales through affiliate partners. Affiliate partners can monetize by promoting merchant's product , networkers gain from commission and consumers gain from lower price.





Benchmarking is a process of adopting industry best practice , procedure, system of any process or making any design. In this process , the organization whose product is best in the industry or some process whether it is manufacturing, marketing or design is to be identified. Their product is to be unfold to reveal the design , material content etc. Sometimes any organization is superior in manufacturing process like that was Toyota of Japan who first implemented JIT process or Motorola who evolved the Six sigma process of quality control ( will be discussed later; in brief it permits 3.4 defects per million product, adopts two techniques implementing the process DMAIC i..e define, measure , analyze, implement and control for existing product, and DMADV for new product define, measure, analyze, Develop and verify) or marketing process or logistics process superior in this field Walmart, Spencer to name a few.Their processes are to be analyzed , reveals the steps , sequences , practices adopted and try to adopt in own organization.

Ecommerce helps to adopt the industry best practices of purchasing, marketing and logistics in most cost effective manner.


Just- in- time theory helps to save cost enormously. The concept is to eliminate waste in the form of waiting time. Materials are purchased and delivered exactly when they are required. This concept was developed by Japanese automaker Toyota and the theory is adopted from Toyota production system( TPS).It reduces the inventory carrying costs to minimum. It introduces a kanban system of inventory recording. Each SKU is attached with card with all information written on it like date of purchase, quantity, etc. And every time materials are drawn , the balance is written. When reorder level reaches, order for purchase is sought for. Reorder level is maximum consumption multiplied by maximum lead time i.e time required to delivery of material from the time of placement of order. It is pull system. Necessary for quality checking is minimized . So it requires highly reliable supplier. It reduces the set up time , batch production, waiting for

Ecommerce helps this aspect as it' s delivery time and quality are guaranteed. Ecommerce itself also requires jit system as when any material goes out it has to be replenished in time to meet customer need . Ecommerce merchant should trade off between minimizing the inventory carrying costs and meeting the customer demand.

Value stream mapping is process of breaking down any process like production process, purchasing process etc. to a sequence of activity. Normally a process flow chart is used . Then the activities which do not add value is to be eliminated. Only value adding activities are performed to improve the quality and eliminating the waste and reduce the cost. This system calls for assessing the present scenario, projecting and mapping the future scenarios what organization wants to achieve , plan implementation, preparing implementation and executing and control.

Ecommerce helps to reduce cost through vsm by delivering right quality of material at right price at the right time in right quantity.
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Some people are in false notion that buying from online merchant is judicious as quality may not be up to the mark , no guarantee and warranty are there. This is totally a wrong belief and an illusion. Many multinational company sell their product through online platform to gain edge in the market. There is always a guarantee of quality and warranty is their. Because no online or ecommerce site are manufacturing or get product manufactured from the others and put another's brand. Had it been so they would accused of violating intellectual property right. They can give the product at discount because of high volume of their sale and getting material at quantity discount. They are selling products which is coming from authorized dealers or manufacturer.

So it is always wise to shop online. Get your product at right price at rightntime of right quality.





In traditional costing, overheads are measured in terms labour hour or machine hour etc. In Activity based costing (ABC) , total process of producing a product or service is broken out number of process sequence wise. Then cost involved in each process the factor which causes that cost called cost driver are identified. Then all cost drivers of all the processes are summed up to get the total overall costs. In buying materials many processes are involved like searching for a supplier, request for quotation, selecting supplier , negotiating with supplier, placing purchase order, follow up with vendor, transporter, scrutiny of bills etc. In each process there are cost drivers like searching for suppliers has cost drivers like internet, telephone, fax etc, request for quotation includes internet, phone , fax, placing purchase order. So all these sums up to total purchasing costs. In Activity Based Costing , more realistic picture costs can be obtained and costs can be reduced by removing non value adding activity.

Ecommerce helps in this aspect of cost reduction enormously. In ecommerce purchasing cost can be reduced to minimum. There will be no searching for supplier, negotiation, request for quotation , transportation etc.


Standardisation is a process of setting any design , process or specification as standard and all the goods and services will conform to that standard. Even if the different suppliers produce the same goods or services , the form , fit and function will be the same. It helps to reduce the variety reduction, lower inventory costs, reduction of purchasing costs. If certain bolts and are required it may be produced by different suppliers but functionality would be the same. If the battery of Sony laptop has the same functionality and usability that produced by other manufacturer the , purpose will meet . It enables to use the substitute product. Ecommerce helps to standardise the materials, accessories and spare parts and makes replacement cheaper.

Value analysis and Value engineering: Value analysis is the process of identify the value or worth of the product. It is a process to determine the usability, functionality which meets the customer's needs. If the product is made with the same functionality and usability keeping the quality parameters constant with cheaper material, then the production costs will be low and costs of production will be low. If the hard disk of certain laptop can be replaced with the hard disk produced by other manufacturer or if the purpose be met by using external hard disk, then it will be easier and cheaper to buy that than purchasing from original manufacturer or OEM. Value engineering is the same process when designing new product while value analysis is adopted in the existing product. Ecommerce presents a great opportunity to this aspect cost saving technique. With lot of substitute spares and accessories at low price in the same platform , the buyer can get their substitute product easily and at low price.






Online shopping / ecommerce has brought a new revolutionary opportunity in the realm of economy. All kind of product and services with unique and unbelievable features are now at your finger tips. During the age of sheer competition , every company is trying to provide product and service which best fits the customer needs. These are made keeping in mind various customer group that is company is producing products for different market segment . As in each of these segment, fierce completion is there , companies arentrying attract customers either with unique features/benefits or with low cost with same product features as that of their competitors. The companies has chosen the ecommerce platform to market their product as it is the most cost effective way to reach to greater numbers of customers which is impossible for a company to get of their own. Financial companies, banking and non banking financial ( NBFC) companies , insurance companies are not exception.


One stop Shop for Online Shopping- Necessity for it
In the era of Ecommerce, a large numbers of people are buying online. Right from household, home appliance, mobile,laptop, clothes, fashion, beauty, household to gift, healthcare, hotel , cars, toys, bill payment, industrial products, travels. Now every products and services are available for it. In the realm of Digital age, almost all the people will be buying and selling online. There are large numbers of ecommerce sites available in the world. They are offering large numbers products and services at discount. Buying online is always convenient, cost-effective and economical. The ecommerce giants are able to offer products and services at discount because they are buying bulk amount of goods from the producer thereby getting quantity discount. Moreover, they do not have to incur many overhead costs like production, administration , logistics etc. So, they can offer goods at cheap rate. Some people still reluctant to buy products online because they believe that products might be of inferior quality, service and warranty might not be available. Now, the ecommerce retailers are not selling counterfeit goods , had it been so, they could not survive in the market. Moreover the multinational company's whose products they are selling won't spare them. Manufacturer's, sellers, and eretailers warranty are always available.
Now as large numbers of people buying online, there is a necessity to have a one place from where everything can be bought and almost all the ecommerce websites can be accessed. So, people need not to visit different sites separately to find and compare the best offer of any product.Moreover, if all the online shopping websites can be brought under one roof, people can access them from one place and theasevsites also can be benefited. So, they are offering affiliate programs.
Suppose you are interested to buy camera online. You have to visit different sites separately to find out in which site best price or offer is available taking into account the quality, availability. But it will be very convenient for him if he can get the best offer in any one website or he can access many website from one place. 
From this thought, I have made the website www.onestopshoponline.in . It is indeed one stop shop for online shopping. Here one can get best offer of any product and service. 
Just visit the offer pages http://www.onestopshoponline.in/offer1-1.html and http://www.onestopshoponline.in/offer2.html. You will get wide ranges best offers, deals, coupons of almost all products and services. There are daily updates of best offers of  various products of large numbers online shopping websites. Also there are coupons widhget, separate coupons and deals from where one can easily find out his needed products. There are direct links of large numbers of categories of products of large numbers of online shopping websites. There are links of landing pages of various online shopping websites and various categories of products with summary of the profile of various online shopping website in the Offer2 page of the site. One can easily access them and choose any needed product and service. In the Offer1 page, there are daily updates of large numbers of offers of various products and services. There are also page links of various categories of products of various online shopping websites. There coupons and deals widgets . One can find out the needed products and services.
There is a Coupons and deals page http://www.onestopshoponline.in/coupons--deals.html. Here there are  direct link to Coupons and Deals category of Online store https://store10689713.ecwid.com. One can get access to this category from the Buy Now button. There are Coupons and Deals widget also where large numbers of best coupons and deals will be available. In the coupons and deals category of the online store, one can get links of various online shopping websites and buy product in those sites as per their terms and condition. No need add any product to cart in the online store itself.
There is a separate page Online Store. It is linked to the site one stop shop online shopping https://store10689713.ecwid.com. Here a large numbers of various products services have been categorised into different groups. Within each group , links of lots of products of wide range of online shopping websites have been provided. Also there are groups Online shopping in India and World and Online shopping in USA and worldwide where large numbers of online shopping websites are given .If one can not find his needed product in any of the groups, just visit these groups from where almost all the online shopping websites can be accessed and one can compare and able to find out the best offer of his/her needed product from this single websites only.
There are pages ONLINE SHOPPING WEBSITES1and ONLINE SHOPPING WEBSITES 2 In these pages, a large numbers of online shopping websites are given. 
If one can not find his needed product and service in any of the pages , just visit these merchants pages. From one place you will get access to all the online shopping websites and access to all categories of products and service. You can compare the offers of your needed product from large numbers of sites. You don't need to visit them separately. You can access them from this one place. You will be able to find out the best offer of your product.
This is our uniqueness, it is One stop Shop! Indeed. Also follow the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/dibyedumandal/ and Google+ https://plus.google.com/100077452816558611627 

















​Online Store- One stop Shop Online Shopping
An online store is a place where wide ranges of products and services are displayed. The Eretailers either  stores their goods and service at their premises or their approved registered sellers.consumers search and find their desired products and service. They choose the product and service from various categories of products and service displayed in the store. There is usually a payment gateway to make payment for the goods or service. Customers add the products to the cart and make payment. There are various payment mode line online transfer, debit or credit card , PayPal, and many more. There are cash on delivery also. After the fulfillment of payment terms , goods or services are sent to the destination of customers within standard delivery time. 
The benefit of buying from online store are 
1.There is a wide range of choice of various brands of products and services in single place which is not normally available in traditional stores outlet with wide range of price brands from cheaper to costilier.
2. Customers needn't go to the store . They can order from home online. Payment is also made online or COD.
3. They get their goods or service at their doorstep within reasonable time.
4. They will get the same quality, after sales service and warranty as they would had they purchase the goods from stores outlet.
5. The price is normally far more cheaper in the form of discount, deals, coupons. The reason is that eretailers can offer goods cheaper , they buy large quantity of goods from manufacturer and trader as they get large customers base being online. So they get quantity discount. Moreover, as their sale is of large volume, they can keep profit margin low. 
Here I would like  to introduce my Online Store, One Stop Shop Online Shopping made in conjunction with the my Online Shopping website www.onestopshoponline.in. The storefront has been running in three places: In my website page Online Store, In an separate website One stop Shop online shopping https://store10689713.ecwid.com, and Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/dibyedumandal/. In case of my website page and Facebook page , the store is linked with the website https://store10689713.ecwid.com.
In this Unique store, You will be able to get whatever you want to buy. It is indeed One stop shop for online shopping. 
Why my Online store is Unique? I am explaining.
Firstly, I have categorised all the products and services into 10 groups. In the category ' Mobiles, laptops, tablets , computers & accessories',  wide ranges of mobiles, laptops, tablets, computers & accessories have been included. These are not my own manufactured or trading products. These are products of large numbers of Online shopping websites like Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal, EBay, Shopclues, Paytm, First cry , Pepperfry, Prettysecret, Jabong, Myntra and many more over 500. I am running their affiliate program. 
Now Question is that why You should you buy from my store instead of directly purchasing fro those website?
Well! The reason is that you will get a large number of online shopping website in one place. A wide range products from various online shopping websites are given in one place. Also there are page links to these websites and respective categories of products of these sites. So, you needn't visit different sites separately. You can either choose your product from the products links or the page links of that category or landing page of respective site. So, you will be able to compare the prices and best offer of your product from single place.You don't need to add to cart any product  of this Online store. You simply need to click on the links and payment will follow as normal mode of the online shopping website in which you are clicking. There is no extra charge. It is completely secured and absolutely fair. You can verify about the benefit of affiliate program before using this Unique Store! You can also read my blog page. You will be extensively benefitted by using this online store, I can bet. I have given my contact details including my residential address in all places. I am accessible to you all the time.
In the category ' Men's, Women's Clothes, Shoes, watches, eyewares, Apparels, Inner wears, Accessories, Beauty products, personal care, fashion, lifestyle, Personal care appliances' you will get wide ranges of products of these category of large numbers of online shopping websites.
In this way I have created groups 'Electronics, Home Appliances, Household, Furniture, Home Decor & Kitchen' 
'Baby products, kids & Toys', , 'Miscellaneous ( Jewellery, Books, Gold Coins,automotive, Games, foods,Movies, entertainment Sports & Fitness items, Hotels, travels booking, outdoor items, Healthcare etc.)' ,. In all these categories wide ranges of products and services of large numbers online shopping websites have been given. 
In the category 'Coupons of online shopping', best coupons online shopping are given in one place. You don't need visit different site to find out the best coupons.You will be largely benefitted from finding attractive coupons in one place. 
In the category 'Deals of online shopping' , attractive deals of online shopping are given.
It is absolutely confirmed and definite that you will be benefitted from using these category of this online store.
In the category of ' Limited period Offers and online shopping websites', best offers of online shopping of limited period and page links of large numbers of online shopping websites are given.
Lastly I have created two groups 'Online Shopping in India and world' and 'Online Shopping in USA and worldwide'. 
In case you do not find your product in any other groups, simply visit these groups. Direct links of a large numbers of online shopping websites are given in one place. So, you can access them from one place and able to find out and compare the needed product from this single place only. You don't need to visit different sites separately.
This is the uniqueness of this online store.
I can bet it is simply Unique and you will be benefitted from using this online store.












​Coupons & Deals - Necessity for have it in one place.
What are Coupons & Deals of Online shopping? Thease are discounts or offer of products and service in cheap by the online shopping website. The reason is that eretailers can offer goods cheaper , they buy large quantity of goods from manufacturer and trader as they get large customers base being online. So they get quantity discount. Moreover, as their sale is of large volume, they can keep profit margin low. The quality, after sale service and warranty are same as they are in traditional  shop outlet.
I have created a page in my website www.onestopshoponline.in namely Coupons& Deals. In this page you will get Coupons and deals section separately. Both these sections are linked with the Online Store. There are Buy Now button in both the sections. When you will click on these buttons, it will redirects you to thease categories of online store. 
Within each category, you will get large numbers of links of coupons and deals of various products and services of large numbers of online shopping websites.You don't need to add to cart any product  of this Online store. You simply need to click on the links and payment will follow as normal mode of the online shopping website in which you are clicking. 
Also there are separate widgets of Coupons and deals in this page. Within each widgets, there are lots of attractive coupons and deals of online shopping.
Visit this page and grab this unique opportunity in single place. You will be largely benefitted

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