The moment the world of e-Commerce has been introduced to the human society, several organizations embracing the system that it offers began to spur out. Relatively, such increase in number of companies dedicated to utilizing the Internet for business purposes created a great opportunity for programmers to develop several software programs that would practically make it easier for the said business operators to handle their transactions online. Not all companies who enjoined themselves into the system were successful enough. In fact, a lot of them failed to follow through the trail of online success. Notably, though, the ones who were left standing in the fact of both challenges and competition were strong enough to impose that their system has withstood the test of time and technological advancements. In the discussion that follows, a particular focus on the system used by Amazon.com shall be given attention to. The operating system and the primary software operations they utilize to transact with their clients shall be explored hence pointing out how much IT operations have contributed to the success that they are experiencing at present.
Brief Company Profile
Sourced out from a simple desire of making good money out of the benefits gained from innovative technology, Jeff Bezos gave birth to a company now known as one of the online giants of e-commerce industries, Amazon.com. When the name Amazon.com comes to mind, it is most often than not related by online users to the keywords ‘online bookstore’, ‘online resource’, or simply ‘online store. Defining the capacity of the internet to host new industries such as the process of gaining and selling products online, Bezos intended to introduce a new source of shopping convenience to modern users of the internet. At this point, he redefined the conditions of internet usage to which the society has been used to recognizing. In relation to this, he also provided a larger window that modern entrepreneurs could further explore. Relatively, such innovative approach to business operations and consumer relations brought about a revolutionary condition of development in the field of modern business industries. In the discussion that follows, a SWOT analysis of the overall operation of Amazon.com shall be given particular attention to.