Adopters and non-adopters of business-to-business electronic commerce in Singapore

  title={Adopters and non-adopters of business-to-business electronic commerce in Singapore},
  author={Thompson S. H. Teo and C. Ranganathan},
  journal={Information & Management},
Although there has been an increase in research studies of business-to-business (B2B) electronic commence (e-commerce), most studies were carried out in the United States or Europe. There are very limited studies on B2B e-commerce in the Asian context. Our effort examined Web-based B2B e-commerce initiatives in Singapore, an island of 650 km in South–East Asia. Data were collected from 108 firms using a mail survey, which showed that 52.8% firms have adopted B2B e-commerce; of these, two-third… CONTINUE READING

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