Sustainability of Information Technology Therapy on Micro-enterprise Development

  title={Sustainability of Information Technology Therapy on Micro-enterprise Development},
  author={Sajda Qureshi and Mehruz Kamal and Peter Wolcott},
  journal={Proceedings of the 41st Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2008)},
The use of information technology in micro- enterprises has been shown to bring about improvements in accessing new markets, in achieving administrative efficiencies, increased productivity and competitiveness. To benefit from IT, micro-enterprises require specialized intervention and support. At the same time these micro-enterprises require skill sets that can translate their unique needs to IT solutions. This paper provides an IT Therapy approach to addressing micro-enterprise needs through… CONTINUE READING

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