Studies performed on e-commerce by various researchers reveal that mobile e-commerce is going to be the next “big thing” in e-commerce industry. With smartphones being the emerging and driving force in the field of technology, the use of internet in today’s world is not limited only to desktops and laptops. All smart phones using android and IOS applications allow users to browse the internet. Consequently, more and more retailers are now upgrading their websites to make them responsive and friendlier to mobile visitors. In this regard, some savvy e-commerce retailers are developing delivery mechanisms that satisfy the needs of the new platform. Some interesting mobile e-commerce dissertation topics are listed below:
Data mining is another area that has tremendous applications for e-commerce. Because a huge amount of information is made available through digital systems, and this information can be collated from various sources to glean more information than the individual would expect, customer privacy issues have come to the fore. Legislation such as the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Freedom of Information Act 2000 are aimed at protecting the interests of the lay citizen. Technology such as RFID tagging has further enabled data mining in an unprecedented scale. Some e-commerce dissertation topics in this area are:
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