Electronic commerce (also referred to as EC, e-commerce or ecommerce) consists primarily of the distributing, buying, selling, marketing, and servicing of products or services over electronic systems such as the Internet and other computer networks. The information technology industry might see it as an electronic business application aimed at commercial transactions. In addition, they organize an advertising campaign, website promotion, will register in the directory and perform a number of other works, without which the Internet store, even with the best pricing and the most popular product will just get lost in the vastness of the Internet. For example, on the server www.newman.ru contains price information on all kinds of computer equipment that offer various firms in Moscow. Thus, the system SABRE (Semi-Automatic Business Research Environment) makes air travel more accessible to ordinary passengers, helping them to navigate the fares and flights, the number of which is constantly growing. For clients such systems the main convenience is to lower the price of the item compared to cost in stores. Its birth was the first of the systems and methods of electronic Commerce are obliged to the advent of the technology of sales automation and implementation of automated control systems corporate resources. Once the seller has found a new niche for selling your own products, in the Internet there are various commercial areas, which essentially boils down to one thing: the implementation of selling products or services to the buyer. Under the 'near abroad' mainly refers to the South of Finland and Estonia, at least — Latvia, for the Far East are China and South Korea. It is noteworthy that the prices in the shopping villages are lower compared to the store sometimes up to 70 %. It is about the interaction of businessmen and consumers to government. The use of the world wide web can be substantially simplified, and out of the warehouse various files it turned into quite a structured space, you can work with it without problems.
The meaning of the term "electronic commerce" has changed over the last 30 years. Originally, "electronic commerce" meant the facilitation of commercial transactions electronically, usually using technology like Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), where both were introduced in the late 1970s, for example, to send commercial documents like purchase orders or invoices electronically. Currently e-Commerce is growing rapidly and, according to statistics, more than 100 million people around the world have made at least one purchase in the online stores and annual turnover of e-Commerce in 2000 exceeded $ 100 billion. Internet sites for such trade are somewhere between a market and a column of announcements in the newspaper. It is worth noting that the success in the world wide web largely depends on various external factors. It is noteworthy that the prices in the shopping villages are lower compared to the store sometimes up to 70 %. So, in order to increase the attendance of the resource, and hence turnover, it is necessary to implement not only the impact on the buyer, as in the case of conventional advertising, but also to perform certain technical tasks aimed at improving website ranking in search engines. The expansion of sales geography naturally necessitated the emergence of electronic money for making payments and exchange of electronic analogues of currencies, because Bank transfers between countries are not always the most convenient payment option, which did not differ besides the necessary speed. Its birth was the first of the systems and methods of electronic Commerce are obliged to the advent of the technology of sales automation and implementation of automated control systems corporate resources. The fastest e-Commerce market is growing rapidly for the last 20 years, due to rapid growth in the number of Internet users, the increasing influence of social networks and other interactive online platforms, the dynamic development of electronic payment systems, and a transition leading web services technology platform from Web 1 to Web 2. The large majority of businesses has a website, which serves as a kind of calling card company. During the sales low prices on sale not only clothes, shoes and other goods, resulting in a large demand from consumers.