Opportunities and Problems of Social Electronic Commerce in Restaurant Business- Project Report

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OPPORTUNITIES AND PROBLEMS OF SOCIAL ELECTRONIC COMMERCE INRESTAURANTS OF AUSTRALIAEXECUTIVE SUMMARYThis research is on opportunities and problems being experienced by restaurant businesses inAustralia. The research has identified various opportunities that have led to such business intousing e-commerce. Also, the problems are explained in details. The research contains ten majorsections which are: the introduction, project objective, project scope, literature review, researchquestions/hypothesis, research design and methodology, research limitations, time schedule ortime plan, conclusion and lastly the reference section. Every section contains information thatrelates to the topic and the sections function to the research itself.
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION.....................................................................................................................................1PROJECT OBJECTIVE..........................................................................................................................2PROJECT SCOPE....................................................................................................................................2LITERATURE REVIEW.........................................................................................................................2Opportunities for Using Electronic Commerce...................................................................................2Problems of Using Electronic Commerce in businesses......................................................................4RESEARCH QUESTIONS/HYPOTHESIS............................................................................................6Primary Question..................................................................................................................................6Secondary Questions.............................................................................................................................6RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY....................................................................................6Data Collection Method........................................................................................................................6Reliability and Validity.........................................................................................................................6Sampling method and Sample Size......................................................................................................7RESEARCH LIMITATIONS...................................................................................................................7TIME SCHEDULE...................................................................................................................................7CONCLUSION..........................................................................................................................................7REFERENCES..........................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONElectronic commerce is basically the process of carrying out business transactions by electronic,i.e. through the internet. It can be referred to as online buying and selling of goods or services ofa business. Electronic commerce is a process that draws its effects and efficiency on technologyadvancement and improvement (Barnes et al, 2016), e.g. mobile commerce, electronic fundstransfer, online marketing and selling, data collection and exchange, business networkingopportunities to name just but a few (Abebe, 2014). The e-commerce operates under four majorbusiness aspects, i.e. as business-to-business, business-to-consumer, consumer-to-consumer andconsumer-to-business. Therefore, this means that electronic commerce enables businesses and itsstakeholders to work as a team towards achieving business objectives in an effective andefficient manner. The business are able to connect with other businesses, the consumers and theconsumers connect with each other (Hoque et al, 2017). E-commerce can be applied through theuse of emails, online catalogs, online shopping charts, internet services and the EDI to name afew things (Ferreira et al, 2017).PROJECT OBJECTIVEThis research project is meant to identify, analyze and evaluate the opportunities and problemsthat face business organizations that have adopted the use of electronic commerce in Australia.The opportunities refer to the reasons or benefits that accrue to the use of e-commerce inbusinesses while problems refer to the challenges that are cause or hinder the adoption of e-commerce in businesses located in Australia.PROJECT SCOPEA project scope is used to identify the project’s deliverables and the requirements of the endproduct or result which includes the identification of the listing of the project constraints andlocation. The research project will be limited to the identification and discussion of just theopportunities and problems that face business that have adopted electronic commerce.Additionally, the project will focus only on the restaurant businesses that operate withinAustralia. The project will last for just two months.
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