DATABASE ORIENTED MODEL FOR PRICE
Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil,
University Of Shamil, Mianwali, Pakistan
There have been a lot of interest to sell the product at high prices. Price discrimination is mostly used by ECommerce websites to offer the different prices of the same product to the different customers. Different techniques of price discrimination are available for web-based the application. Log file and cookies based price discrimination is more common among all. This paper introduces a new database oriented technique for price discrimination. Database oriented model is a model for price discrimination. In the proposed model, an intelligent database is maintained to offers the different prices of the same product to the different customers. This model supports 100% availability for tracking the end user or customer. Price discrimination is done every time a customer makes a transaction and buy the product. This feature makes this model more attractive as compared to other techniques.
Price discrimination is very common nowadays. Different techniques are helpful for E-Commerce websites to offer different prices of the same product to the different customers. Weblog data and cookies are used by Amazon and other E-Commerce websites like eBay. DBOPD is a model that auto manage the website and all customers are auto deals with different prices. A person who want to buy the higher class and expansive products are offered at more prices.
A person who wants to buy the economy class and cheapest products are offered at fewer prices. A person who want to buy the neutral class and normal products are offered at normal prices. This proposed technique is easy to manage and easy to implement as compared to other techniques, because only we need to design the database according to this model, and nothing else needed for price discrimination. Further user can’t disable the tracking. It is 100% surety that user is tracked. This model contributes in a good way to promote the price discrimination.
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