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Cutting edge Ideas and Technology, The Internet,  Social Net working, and E-Commerce; The internet is buzzing and there has been chatter on the internet that there’s a certain circle of entrepreneurs  that are about to release a bombshell on the internet that will catapult the idea of social networking, and e-commerce into the twilight zone and outer limits. 406 more words

Psychology & Human Behavior

FLIPKART & MYNTRA – SUCESSFUL STRATEGY 0R HIGH STUPIDITY?

With the largest and the biggest e-commerce websites going app- only, the only thing that is remaining is to watch and wait to see the results of the “long planned strategy”. 1,044 more words

Providing online service quality

E-commerce is useful way for individuals and companies to reach new customers. Service quality delivery through Internet is an essential strategy to success, more important than price and web presence. 173 more words

Digital Marketing

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SFI

The Trends In Indian E-Commerce - A Complete Market Analysis

The Indian E-Commerce Industry is one of the fastest proliferating ones across the spheroid. Albeit it is still being cradled in its infancy stage, the pace at which this segment of market is witnessing a growth is just marvelous and a manifestation of the entropy that has ruffled up the omni-dynamics of the nation’s economy. 1,263 more words

Amazon

Use case: 1

Requirements:

Build e-Commerce web site for some small manufacturing company.

Challenge is they have ~10,000,000 types of products (separate code even for colors or size) and one of the requirements is to implement elastic Search (Filter products based on free text entered in Search Bar). 180 more words

Technical

WIRED: Patent Trolls Are Killing Startups — Except When They’re Saving Them

Interesting article on how the current patent system works in North America and how it can severely hamper the growth of software startups in the USA.

http://www.wired.com/2013/09/patent-trolls-versus-startups/

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