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Lesson 6 Financial Implications
ObjectiveIdentify the financial considerations of using eBusiness.

Financial Implications

We have mentioned the financial implications of the eBusiness many times throughout this course, but what are these implications, and how are they important?

Other areas for consideration are:

  1. Unit cost and its effect on product pricing: One of the benefits of implement an ebusiness are lower prices. When you are the only widget seller within 11 miles and can charge list prices then you will be able to enjoy the benefits of that local monopolization. When you are competing online in a global marketplace, prices tend to fall since consumers have a larger variety to choose from.
  2. Invoicing and billing: New online retailers often experience sticker shock when they start looking at the cost of shipping and packaging. Suddenly, your buyers are paying 20-90% more to get your product, and all that revenue goes to your shipping provider.
  3. eBusiness Account management: Each business endeavors to make the right encounters for its clients and possible clients. This converts into a quality item and administration conveyance, on-time reactions, and first class client support across different brand touchpoints. At the point when you have a couple of clients, it very well may be not difficult to pull these off with practically no outside help. Nonetheless, as a business hoping to scale, you want to robotize your business exercises, and that is where account the board programming and devices come in. Assuming you do a speedy research look, you will track down a few key record the executives programming with various elements, yet how would you know the one that is best for your organization? To assist you with pursuing the ideal choice, we've featured the nine best record the board instruments for private ventures.
  4. Debt recovery: When a creditor (i.e., the business owner) determines that the consumer (i.e., the client/customer/supplier) is behind on payments and has to be contacted regarding repayment of the debt, debt recovery or debt collection begins. For businesses, late payments and past-due debts can have a big financial impact.
  5. The possible tax implications of global trading: Taxation is an influential determinant of global trade flows and G20 governments should avoid the use of tax expenditure provisions, such as tax incentives for investment as tax competition tools seeking to erode other tax bases. This could reduce harmful tax competition and, thus, contribute to the no protectionism pledge made by the G20 in November 2008.
  6. The need to accept new payment methods in addition to credit cards: After the year 2017 many online retailers began accepting crypto payments online.
  7. Impact on stock market valuation: It is a given that the financial exchange is a complicated framework that is impacted by many variables. Strike costs go up or down contingent upon the activities of government controllers, political players, individual organizations, institutional financial backers and specialists. Each party is pursuing their own choices in light of the information and ways of thinking they have, all of which cooperate to form the financial exchange developments that we experience every day of the week.

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Question: What would be considered the technical build costs?
Answer: These might include the direct cost of equipment and payments to an internal development resource, and may include costs incurred if an externalcompany provides equipment and services

Certain items at are currently being taxed

The Internet tax issue is centered on sales over the Internet.
The most difficult Internet tax issue is centered on sales over the Internet. What are the merits and drawbacks of taxing eBusiness?
Some would argue that the real points of contention are how to manage taxation of digital goods and the taxation of goods shipped across state lines. Those questions have yet to be settled. What other issues are there concerning taxation and eBusiness?
In the next lesson, we will discuss the link between manufacturing and eBusiness.

Investments in information technology (IT) from a capital expenditure perspective, should be considered like any other capital-intensive investment by a corporation. IT investments usually have comparatively shorter life spans than other types of capital projects. A facility may have a useful operational life of approximately 25 years, whereas an e-business solution’s hardware components may have a useful life of only 5 years. However, the intellectual property value of the developed software may be substantially longer. Often, e-business solutions require more technical labor to build and then subsequently to run the solution than other projects. Additionally, to maintain a valid operational environment, numerous upgrades to the deployed system will be required on an ongoing basis. From a commonality perspective on financial resource consumption, both IT and non-IT assets have similar process characteristics. Executive managers make the decision to invest in capital assets. The expenditure of funds is authorized and expensed and the resulting capital asset is depreciated over the life of the system or equipment.