E-Market Place

Yash Soni, Chirag Nenwa, Bhavuk Seth, Ritvika Nair, Kashish Joshi, Jitendra Sharma


This document is a complete report on the research conducted and the project made in thefield of computer engineering to develop a software for E-market place to manage the details of Products, Customer, Shipping, Payment, Category. It manages all the information about Products, Sales, Category, Products. The project is totally built at the administrative end and thus only the administrator is guaranteed the access. The purpose of the project is to build an application program to reduce the manual work for managing the Products, Customer, Sales, Shipping. It tracks all the details about the Shipping, Payment and Category. The report proposed the results and solutions on the limited implementation ofthe various techniques that are introduced in the project.


E-commerce, Shopping, Application, Online, Smartphone, Store.

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