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Electronic Commerce

It is one of the most important aspects of the Internet to emerge.
metropolitan ecommerce It allows people to exchange goods and services immediately and with no barriers of time or distance.
Any time of the day or night, you can go online and buy almost anything you want.
However, the road to creating a successful online store can be a difficult and confusing one if you are unaware of the concepts and principles behind eCommerce.
The trick to entering this market smoothly is to find out what you need to do before you have to do it and finding the right partner.
The Metropolitan Web E-Commerce is easier to use than most e-commerce solutions out there.
Merchants don't have to find catalog management software, shopping cart software, payment gateway, web hosting provider, domain name registration, and a merchant account and then try and figure out how to make them all work together nicely.
We can provide all the necessary pieces of the puzzle easily, because locally delivered, already tightly integrated.
The merchants can focus on running their business because the biggest hassles of ecommerce do not exist with us.
The delivery is LOCAL, the payments are LOCAL,the customers are LOCAL.

Mar 04 2003:

Consumers in Europe are beginning to rival Americans in their Internet spending habits, reports ZDNet. According to a new study by RoperASW and AOL Time Warner, Europeans spent on average EUR430 online between August and October 2002.
This compares with an average spend of EUR543 per head in the US over the same period.

The research reveals that 45 percent European online consumers are expected to buy more products online in the coming years, compared to 41 percent of American consumers.
In addition, nearly three out of four Europeans surveyed said they regularly or occasionally use the Internet to research purchases before buying products offline.

The study also reveals that Europeans are more likely to bank online than their American counterparts.
Currently, 47 percent of Europeans bank online compared to just 36 percent of Americans.

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