Strategies for effective Web services adoption for dynamic e-businesses

@article{Chen2006StrategiesFE,
  title={Strategies for effective Web services adoption for dynamic e-businesses},
  author={Andrew N. K. Chen and Sagnika Sen and Benjamin B. M. Shao},
  journal={Decision Support Systems},
  year={2006},
  volume={42},
  pages={789-809}
}
Web services hold the promise for the so-called dynamic e-business movement. Currently, many organizations are either in the process of adopting Web services technology or seriously evaluating this option. One of the major concerns of senior management in this endeavor is the cost of adopting Web services. In this paper, a model is proposed to evaluate an organization’s position in a technology adoption space by evaluating its current level of information technology (IT) sophistication. The… CONTINUE READING

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