One of the most interesting and exciting aspects of the Internet evolution is the emergence of electronic business (e-commerce or e-business) as a viable alternative to more traditional methods of businesses being conducted today. E-commerce or e-business is defined as the process of using electronic technology to do business. B2B applications, B2C applications, portal development, etc. are all web development solutions that use e-commerce application.
Setting up and running an e-commerce application, especially one that processes a large number of transactions, ( B2B applications, B2C applications, portal development, etc.) requires technical, marketing and advertising expertise – something that a complete web solution providers like Graphinet are adept at.
There are many e-commerce applications today – B2B applications, B2C applications, portal development, etc. that redefine the very foundations of competitiveness in terms of information content and information delivery mechanisms.
Businesses to Consumer (B2C application) are e-commerce applications that provide an interface from businesses directly to their consumers. The most common example of a B2C application is a retail web site featuring the business's products or services that can be directly purchased by the consumer. The importance of B2C applications varies dramatically from company to company. For some companies, reaching consumers has been the critical aspect of their business. For others that run a chain of retail stores, a B2C application should be one of the most important pieces of their Internet strategy. B2C applications remain one of the top web application development.
Business-to-Business (B2B application) are e-commerce applications that forge new relationships between businesses. B2B applications provide new opportunities for businesses to leverage emerging e-commerce technologies to build their businesses.
Examples of B2B applications include facilitating transactions for goods/services between companies, selling goods/services on the Internet to businesses, and supply chain integration. Legacy integration is a huge issue in B2B applications. If existing applications such as EDI or EFT are extended to help the B2B process, then the existing legacy applications can be a big help in moving forward. On the other hand, if two companies want to trade data, but have dramatically different legacy systems, legacy integration can be a challenge to overcome.
RAM COM Solutions are into ecommerce applications. They help build ecommerce applications for their clients.