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Introduction
With the further promotion and application of e-commerce, logistics is becoming necessary.
Logistics and the importance of e-commerce are more and more getting people‟s attention, but
what is the relationship between e-commerce and logistics still needs to be explored.
Literature Review
E-commerce businesses through the internet provide consumers a new type of shopping
environment like online stores, customers‟ shopping on the internet, and online payment. This
mode saves the time and space of the plan, greatly improving the efficiency of the transaction,
especially for busy office workers, this design can save valuable time. Logistics is an important
part of electronic commerce, and it supports the development of electronic commerce. If the goods
cannot be delivered to the customer on time, the customer will choose safety and traditional
shopping. So without the support of logistics, electronic commerce cannot happen. Electronic
commerce and logistics are closely related.
Research Methodology
Inductive
An inductive argument contains the claim that its premises only provide some support for the
conclusion, rather than furnishing conclusive grounds for its truth. An inductive is an inference
process, from the detail things summarize the principal or conclusion; it is opposite with the
deductive reasoning. A deductive means from the concept in principle, and through the process of
study and personal experience can generalize the way of thinking.
Deductive
A deductive argument involves the claim that its premises provide conclusive grounds. Deductive
and inductive arguments can be seen as seeking the truth from different directions. Through
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deductive reasoning, we infer the particular from the general, while, through inductive reasoning,
we infer general truths from the particular. They consider the two different ways of thinking and
cognition. Inductive is a process of from the person to the general, and deductive is a process that
goes from general to process.
Inductive and deductive complement each other and converse to each other, but they both have
some limitations. The inductive method is summarizing the existing theories with the existing
limited material; cannot ensure the universal conclusion so that it is hard to distinguish if the
conclusion is the best. Same as the deductive method, it cannot tell if the original principle is true.
In this research, we use deductive reasoning, because the idea that eCommerce and Logistics have
a coordinated development mechanism is firstly said. Then support the theme by using the example
Amazon.com.
Research implications
Firstly, describe the coordination mechanism between e-commerce and logistics in general and
particularly in Amazon.com. Secondly, find out the strengths and shortcomings of logistics when
the company is developing e-commerce in general. Thirdly, In general, we focus on finding out
the way to coordinate logistic in developing e-commerce, and how the logistic helps companies
to develop e-commerce.

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Introduction With the further promotion and application of e-commerce, logistics is becoming necessary. Logistics and the importance of e-commerce are more and more getting people‟s attention, but what is the relationship between e-commerce and logistics still needs to be explored. Literature Review E-commerce businesses through the internet provide consumers a new type of shopping environment like online stores, customers‟ shopping on the internet, and online payment. This mode saves the time and space of the plan, greatly improving the efficiency of the transaction, especially for busy office workers, this design can save valuable time. Logistics is an important part of electronic commerce, and it supports the development of electronic commerce. If the goods cannot be delivered to the customer on time, the customer will choose safety and traditional shopping. So without the support of logistics, electronic commerce cannot happen. Electronic commerce and logistics are closely related. Research Methodology Inductive An inductive argument contains the claim that its premises only provide some support for the conclusion, rather than furnishing conclusive grounds for its truth. An inductive is an inference process, from the detail things summarize the principal or conclusion; it is opposite with the deductive reasoning. A deductive means from the concept in principle, and through the process of study and personal experience can generalize the way of thinking. Deductive A deductive argument involves the claim that its premises provide conclusive grounds. Deductive and inductive arguments can be seen as seeking the truth from different directions. Through deductive reasoning, we infer the particular from the general, while, through inductive reasoning, we infer general truths from the particular. They consider the two different ways of thinking and cognition. Inductive is a process of from the person to the general, and deductive is a process that goes from general to process. Inductive and deductive complement each other and converse to each other, but they both have some limitations. The inductive method is summarizing the existing theories with the existing limited material; cannot ensure the universal conclusion so that it is hard to distinguish if the conclusion is the best. Same as the deductive method, it cannot tell if the original principle is true. In this research, we use deductive reasoning, because the idea that eCommerce and Logistics have a coordinated development mechanism is firstly said. Then support the theme by using the example Amazon.com. Research implications Firstly, describe the coordination mechanism between e-commerce and logistics in general and particularly in Amazon.com. Secondly, find out the strengths and shortcomings of logistics when the company is developing e-commerce in general. Thirdly, In general, we focus on finding out the way to coordinate logistic in developing e-commerce, and how the logistic helps companies to develop e-commerce. Name: Description: ...
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