By Ewelina Lacka, Hing Kai Chan, Nick Yip
This publication goals to supply a complete assessment of the problems dealing with enterprises while determining no matter if to simply accept e-commerce as a platform for company. It presents a close review of ways the implementation of e-commerce might have an effect on all events in the provide chain: providers, outlets and shoppers. It additionally compares numerous possibilities and threats of accepting e-commerce with a purpose to finish even if it may well supply entry to a brand new electronic period, or if it is an doubtful alternative yielding power pitfalls. This publication is helping to bare present and destiny outcomes of e-commerce attractiveness, that are an important for enterprise judgements and operations within the current and going ahead. It hence presents a different perception into rising e-commerce platform attractiveness and is without doubt one of the first to supply a holistic standpoint of ways every one occasion within the provide chain is suffering from e-commerce acceptance.
E-commerce is bringing into view extra versatile, potent and effective methods of undertaking enterprise actions between providers, outlets and shoppers. it's not constrained to time and house and accordingly this electronic platform has already tested for itself a tremendous position in today’s global financial system. regardless of promised merits despite the fact that, threats emerge which have to be confronted while turning to the digital industry - all of that have to be said earlier than companies will shift and adapt to the e-commerce platform. This publication is meant for postgraduate scholars, government MBA scholars and researchers attracted to details administration, advertising and operations management.
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2011). 7 Analysis and Discussion There is no single definition of an SME, however, the number of employees is usually used (Modimogale and Kroeze 2011). The Small and Medium Sized Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) defines a micro enterprise as a business employing less than 10 people and an annual turnover of less than 5 million naira ($30,797), a small enterprise as a business with between 10 and 49 employees and annual turnover of 5–49 million naira ($30,797–$301,819), and a medium enterprise is defined as a business with between 50–199 people and an annual turnover of 50–499 million naira ($307,979–$3,073,636).
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The adoption of EcT offers many benefits across a range of 26 G. R. T. White et al. intra-firm and inter-firm business process and transactions among SMEs and their partners (Ongori and Migiro 2010). EcT is also expected to provide SMEs with competitive advantage along with integration among supply chain trading partners (Bhagwat and Sharma 2007). On the other hand, it is argued that other firms can easily replicate the adoption of a particular EcT solution and therefore it does not necessarily provide a sustainable competitive advantage for the adopting firm (Fasanghari et al.