Managerial Expectations Regarding Internet Commerce Adoption after the "Tech Wreck" of 2000 - An Australian Perspective

@inproceedings{Berrill2003ManagerialER,
  title={Managerial Expectations Regarding Internet Commerce Adoption after the "Tech Wreck" of 2000 - An Australian Perspective},
  author={Alex Berrill and Sigi Goode and Dennis Hart},
  booktitle={PACIS},
  year={2003}
}
Internet commerce has been greeted with much excitement in the popular, practitioner and researcher literature over its brief lifetime. Many firms fervently pursued Internet commerce based business models in the belief that the initial costs would be justified by future returns. The “tech wreck” of early 2000 saw a sudden drop in ecommerce uptake. Only a limited amount of research has examined managerial expectations regarding adoption of this technology, especially after the crash of 2000… CONTINUE READING

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