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There has been much debate on whether or not the investment in Information Technology (IT) provides improvements in productivity and business efficiency. Several studies both at the industry-level and at the firm-level have contributed differing understandings of this phenomenon. Of late, however, firm-level studies, primarily in the manufacturing sector,(More)
The success of the new online mercantile processes which are increasingly common in the Digital Economy – electronic auctions, Internet-based selling and procurement facilitation – are often dependent on the extent to which they can achieve critical mass adoption in their market niches. Technological innovations in isolation from appropriate levels of "(More)
With the popularity of commercial use of the Internet and WWW, business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce and e-procurement are moving corporate purchasing to the Web. Basically, there are two types of B2B e-commerce business models. Extranets connect the buyer and its suppliers with a closed network. In contrast, electronic markets create open networks for(More)
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