Luisa Piris

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This paper aims to identify the strategic motivators and expected benefits related to the implementation of e-commerce infrastructures in traditional " brick and mortar " organisations. Despite the fact that the clearest benefit from e-commerce might be expected to come from contribution to corporate profits, either from an increase of sales or reduction of(More)
This paper reports on preliminary findings from a wider and more in-depth study of six traditional organisations from different sectors that have successfully introduced e-commerce initiatives. The research adopted a case study approach, within which a questionnaire, identifying 16 generic benefits synthesised from the literature, was administered. The(More)
Although current research reports substantial benefits of the use of e-health systems and the barriers for their implementation, there are many inconsistencies between the results reported. Aiming to unify existing views and to identify the roots of such inconsistencies, this research used a socio-technical approach to collect data from two e-health(More)
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