Organizational factors affecting Internet technology adoption

  title={Organizational factors affecting Internet technology adoption},
  author={Ana Rosa del Aguila Obra and Antonio Padilla-Mel{\'e}ndez},
  journal={Internet Research},
Purpose – To explore the factors that affect the implementation of Internet technologies and to what extent the size of the company, as an organizational factor, influences that process. Design/methodology/approach – According to the innovation adoption theory, it was found that Internet adoption in firms is a process with different stages where a company is in one of a number of development stages depending on some variables related to organizational factors, such as the availability of… CONTINUE READING
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