Perceived performance effects of ICT in manufacturing SMEs

  title={Perceived performance effects of ICT in manufacturing SMEs},
  author={Alberto Bayo-Moriones and Margarita Bill{\'o}n and Fernando Lera-L{\'o}pez},
  journal={Industrial Management and Data Systems},
Purpose. We aim to investigate whether ICT resources, including investment and use of specific types of ICT as well as innovative work practices, have a positive impact on several dimensions of firm performance, taking into account both direct and indirect effects and both short and long-term effects. Design/methodology/approach. An empirical study using data from a sample of 267 Spanish manufacturing SMEs was conducted. We have used path analysis to study direct and indirect ICT impacts. OLS… CONTINUE READING

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