SME Transformation : Modelling Progressions

@inproceedings{Levy2002SMET,
  title={SME Transformation : Modelling Progressions},
  author={Margi Levy and Philip Powell},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2002}
}
Small firms (SMEs) are encouraged to embrace e-business. However, the mechanisms by which such business transformation occurs is not understood. IS transformation models suggest a single path, though, there is little evidence that SMEs follow it, and e-business transformation models are untested. Venkatraman’s business transformation model provides a means of determining IS development that has been validated in large firms. While there is little research into its applicability to SMEs… CONTINUE READING

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