A study on: Impact of e-commerce on Indian service sector business organisations
Dr. Anjali Singh
The research study has featured the various components like Management Information System, Financial Accounting and Marketing Management of E-commerce on business organizations. E-commerce introduces a new technique of conducting business activities over the last decade through internet services. Through it is a relatively new concept; it can possibly replace the old customary type of economic activities. It has effect on large sector such as Education, health and government. The biggest impact not is visible but it has potential more pervasive far routine business exercise. It has opportunities to get close to the customer. “E-commerce will change the way business is conducted: traditional intermediately functions will be replaced; new products and markets will be developed, new and for closer relationship will created between business and customer nationally and internationally”.“E-commerce over the internet vastly increases interactivity in the economy. These linkages now extended down to small businesses and households and reach out to the world at large. People will have the ability to communicate and transact business anywhere, anytime.” “E-commerce is reducing the importance of time by speeding up production cycles, allowing firms to operate in close coordination and enabling consumers to conduct transaction around the clock. As the role of time changes, so will the structure of business and social activities, causing potentially large impacts”. In this research paper, we will talk about E-Commerce is great platform not only to develop infrastructure but also increase employment rates, new working environment in India. Thus in this research paper we discuss the possible reasons for the gap research delivery and suggest new recommendations to enhance overall impact in increasing economic and social growth.