|Abstract:||Diploma degree thesis E-brokerage is divided into six sections. In the introductory part of the problem is defined graduate work, presented the purpose of research, objectives, assumptions and constraints, and the methods of research.
The second section provides general definitions of electronic commerce and its content. Talk about the transition to electronic commerce companies, and on the characteristics of the business arising from the use of the Internet. Here are also described the types of electronic commerce, according to participants, and most forms of electronic commerce, which are found in our everyday lives.
In the following, the third section contain informations about brokerage, from the definition of stock exchange, to the commandments of trading on the stock exchange. It also describes the stock exchange history from the old Greeks, all the way to the development of the modern stock market. In this chapter, we also speak about the course of trading on the Stock Exchange, presented the securities market in Slovenia and Ljubljana Stock Exchange with the stock market structure. We touch the central topics of electronic trading where is described the operation of electronic trading systems and the advantages and disadvantages, bringed by them.
The fourth section focuses on the concrete examples analysis of trading systems, E-Trade Germany and GBD-Online. There is described the use of both systems and explanation of the features offered by before mentioned systems.
All system functions presented in fourth section has been estimated and compared, here, in the fifth section. The evident determinations, such are real-time trading, insight into the depth of the market, fleksibility, complexity and simply user interface usage are also described within the same section.
The final, sixth section concludes the diploma degree thesis. Here are described findings about online trading system operations and possible directives, trends which concerns further development.