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Online tax systems are rapidly replacing paper-based tax reporting systems. Promising many advantages over the traditional method of hard copy tax filing, these systems promise faster process, lower costs and increased efficiency. Using a specific language from the Extensible Markup Language family called TaxXML, TIGERS, a government subcommittee for the(More)
Software start-ups have embedded themselves in the economic zeitgeist as drivers of innovation and growth. ‘Unicorns’, such as Facebook, Uber, Pinterest, Dropbox, and Palantir, have ably demonstrated the market disrupting and industry transforming potential of upstarts that ‘punch above their weight class’. These successful businesses began as start-ups and(More)
Executive Summary eXtensible Markup Language (XML) is a new technology that is currently being extolled by many industry experts and software vendors. Potentially it represents a platform independent language for sharing information over networks in a way that is much more seamless than with previous technologies. It is extensible in that XML serves as a(More)
The size, scope and significance of Internet Social Media (ISM) services have grown exponentially in recent years. This paper discusses the context, methodology, findings, and conclusions from an exploratory study that assessed users’ preferences of ISM services. The study uses a mixed methods approach to explain why ISM services are liked or disliked by(More)
Actor and goal modeling frameworks are concerned with the analysis of social phenomena and a number of notations and techniques have been proposed for depicting social behaviors. However, coopetition, which is a specific type of social interaction, has not been explored in the actor and goal modeling literatures. Coopetition, which refers to simultaneous(More)
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