Vladimir Mladenovic – Toplica Academy Professional Studies, Department of Business Studies Blace; Kralja Petra I 1, Blace, Serbia
Milica Krulj-Mladenovic – Toplica Academy Professional Studies, Department of Business Studies Blace; Kralja Petra I 1, Blace, Serbia
Danilo Obradovic – Toplica Academy Professional Studies, Department of Business Studies Blace; Kralja Petra I 1, Blace, Serbia
Jovana Andjelkovic – Toplica Academy Professional Studies, Department of Business Studies Blace; Kralja Petra I 1, Blace, Serbia
The introduction of information systems in the economy is a big step forward for all actors in the process. At the very beginning, there was a certain degree of mistrust of the participants themselves with the introduction of the Internet into business, but the current progress is noticeable with its greater perspective in the future. Buying goods and services online has become a need for a large number of citizens. Citizens have adapted over the years and gradually accepted the advantages of online shopping, and now it’s just a question of how far these measures will go. More and more goods and services are available online to be traded. Every day more websites specialize in e-commerce. The paper will show the number of transactions, as well as how they moved in the last 5 years in our country, limited to card transactions and the use of electronic money.
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