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Report On
“Online shopping”

Prepared for

MD. Hsibur Rashid Chayon
Instructor
International University of Business Agriculture and Technology, Dhaka

Prepared By

Tahsin Kabir
11304038

Database Management Syestem
CSC: 433

IUBAT-International University of Business Agriculture and Technology

DECLARATION

We do solemnly declare that the report submitted, in the partial fulfillment for the MBA of Bangladesh International University of Business, Agriculture & Technology, is the result of my own research work and written in my own language.

Name: TAHSIN KABIR,
ID: 11304038,
Department: MBA (semester: 4th).

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

First of all we give thanks to the Almighty Allah and we articulate our earnest for giving us the scope & capacity to complete the assigned task within the scheduled time more efficiently. Certainly I should acknowledge the contribution of our teacher whose teaching has become the part of our thinking process. I would like to thank our honorable teacher Md. Hasibur Rashid Chayon for his valuable advice and guideline to prepare this report. This report reflects my best efforts. I have tried my best to complete it properly within my knowledge.

Acknowledged by

Name: TAHSIN KABIR
ID:11304038
MBA (Semester-4th) .

IUBAT: International University of Business Agriculture and Technology

Table of Content
1. Chapter 1- Online Shopping

2. Chapter 2-Data Flow Diagram

3. Chapter-3 Entity Relationship (ER) Diagram

4. Chapter 4- SQL code

Chapter 1- Online Shopping
Online shopping or online retailing is a form of electronic commerce whereby consumers directly buy goods or services from a seller over the Internet without an intermediary service. An online shop, e-shop, e-store, Internet shop, web-shop, web-store, online store, or virtual store evokes the physical analogy of buying products or services at a bricks-and-mortar retailer or shopping center. The process is called business-to-consumer (B2C) online shopping. When a business buys from another business it is called business-to-business (B2B) online shopping. The largest online retailing corporations are E-Bay and Amazon.com, both of which are US-based. History of Online Shopping

In 1990 Tim Berners-Lee created the first World Wide Web server and browser.[1] It opened for commercial use in 1991. In 1994 other advances took place, such as online banking and the opening of an online pizza shop by Pizza Hut.[1] During that same year, Netscape introduced SSL encryption of data transferred online, which has become essential for secure online shopping. Also in 1994 the German company Intershop introduced its first online shopping system. In 1995 Amazon.com launched its online shopping site, and in 1996 eBay appeared.[1] Customers

Online customers must have access to a computer and a method of payment. In general, higher levels of education, income, and occupation of the head of the household correspond to more favorable perceptions of shopping online. Also, increased exposure to technology increases the probability of developing favorable attitudes towards new shopping channels.[2] In a December 2011 study Equation Research found that 87% of tablet users made an online transaction with their tablet device during the early holiday shopping season.[3] Logistics

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 web site 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...
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