The application of e-commerce and web technology in agruculture

Bradić-Martinović, Aleksandra and Tomić, Vedran (2014) The application of e-commerce and web technology in agruculture. In: Rural development and (un)limited resources: thematic proceedings / International Scientific Conference "Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development in Terms of the Republic of Serbia Strategic Goals Realization within the Danube Region". Institute of Agricultural Economics, Belgrade, pp. 106-121. ISBN 978-86-6269-036-4

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The application of the latest information and telecommunication technologies is becoming inevitable in business development. Modern information technologies have been widely used in all stages of trading, from procuring, storing and handling goods, through selling and collection, to post-selling activities and costumer services, both in the wholesale and retail sector. Agriculture is an industry that, among others, has a large potential in the area of electronic commerce, and especially in the segment of web technology. In this paper we analysed several categories of web presentations – web sites that provide transaction cost savings, intermediaries on the electronic market, integrated services of electronic commerce and electronic commerce support service providers. We also systematised the benefits of using web technology. In the last section of this paper we gave the analysis of the current situation and potentials in the Republic of Serbia, giving an overview of introducing a new mobile phone technology for informing participants in the agricultural value chain.

Item Type: Book Section
Additional Information: COBISS.ID=512265570
Uncontrolled Keywords: agriculture, electronic commerce, web technology, web presentation, web portal, mobile services
Research Department: Other
Depositing User: Jelena Banovic
Date Deposited: 22 Sep 2016 18:40
Last Modified: 05 Apr 2020 14:57

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