Adoption of Electronic Commerce by SMEs of Taiwan

@inproceedings{ChungYu2005AdoptionOE,
  title={Adoption of Electronic Commerce by SMEs of Taiwan},
  author={Shiouyu Chen Chung-Yu},
  year={2005}
}
  • Shiouyu Chen Chung-Yu
  • Published 2005
According to survey results of ministry of economy affairs in 2001, the total number of enterprises in Taiwan was 1,091,245 and in terms of scale, there were 1,070,310 SMEs, accounting for 98.08% of all enterprises. But only small percentage has preceded e-commerce strategies. To find out why so slow adoption of electronic commerce by the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Taiwan are objectives of this study. A survey of SMEs, using convenient sampling was conducted within Rogers’ (1995… CONTINUE READING

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