Information technology adoption in small and medium-sized enterprises; an appraisal of two decades literature

@inproceedings{Ghobakhloo2011InformationTA,
  title={Information technology adoption in small and medium-sized enterprises; an appraisal of two decades literature},
  author={Morteza Ghobakhloo and Mohammad Sadegh Sabouri and Sai Hong Tang and Norzima Zulkifli},
  year={2011}
}
Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) account for major source of employment, technological advancements, and competitive advantages for both developed and developing countries. Owing to the intensified competitive pressure and necessity for entering to global market undergone by SMEs, these businesses are incrementally employing Information Technology (IT) to take advantage of its substantial benefits. Most of prior researches have more focused on IT adoption in large organizations. However… CONTINUE READING

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