publication . Article . 2016

E-business adoption in Nigerian Small Business Enterprises

Olayinka, Olakunle; Wynn, Martin G; Bechkoum, Kamal;
Open Access English
  • Published: 31 Dec 2016
  • Publisher: Think Mind
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Within the last decade, there has been a global increase in the use of e-business by both large and small companies. Today, it is generally acknowledged that e-business provides a range of opportunities for small businesses to operate and compete effectively; however, in developing countries such as Nigeria, there is very limited research on e-business adoption in the small business sector. This paper reviews existing literature on e-business adoption in developing countries, identifies key issues impacting upon e-business adoption and examines the use of e-business in four Nigerian small businesses using existing analytical models. The results indicate that Sma...
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