A fit-gap analysis of e-business curricula and job demand in Taiwan and the US

@article{Li2008AFA,
  title={A fit-gap analysis of e-business curricula and job demand in Taiwan and the US},
  author={Eldon Y. Li and HsiuJu Rebecca Yen and C. Y. John Cheng},
  journal={Computers & Education},
  year={2008},
  volume={51},
  pages={969-987}
}
During the past decade, many enterprises have been re-directing their resources into critical business areas to keep up with economic and market changes. They have adopted electronic business (EB) systems, such as supply chain management, enterprise resource planning (ERP), and enterprise application integration (EAI), to ensure seamless integration with internal processes as well as suppliers and customers. This phenomenon indicates that EB systems are playing an important role in attaining… CONTINUE READING

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