By Nabeel A. Y. Al-Qirim (Editor), Brian J. Corbitt (Editor)
A lot of the e-commerce and IT study in small and medium sized organizations (SME) exhibits that those smaller companies are lagging at the back of in imposing technological advances. This increases issues for those SME's good fortune because the info Age turns into ever extra of a truth. e-Business, e-Government & Small and Medium-Size companies: possibilities and demanding situations bargains a set of chapters highlighting winning coverage and practices which motivate SME's luck in several varied international locations. Such a set of overseas studies and services deals policymakers, legislators, researchers, and to pros perception into addressing the numerous concerns which are value to the small enterprise region and finally will bring about the depiction of a more beneficial regulatory frameworks that would bring about the long term good fortune of EC in SMEs in international locations around the globe.
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Skills hybridization is important for SMEs to formulate sustainable e-business models, strategies, execution plans, and for successful implementations of the plans. One of the more useful mechanisms for transferring knowledge and innovation to the SME sector is through distribution channels such as university business development centres and networks. These provide pertinent e-business development skills at very low cost to SMEs. Traditional services have included writing business plans, developing new products, and assisting with complex accounting and taxation issues.
Supporting Canada’s 2001 Innovation Strategy is Industry Canada’s Student Connections Program (SCP). com) hires and trains post-secondary students and recent graduates from universities and community colleges as small business advisors. The SCP then matches the skills of these small business advisors with the requirements of individual Canadian employers from both SMEs and big business. Reportedly, since 1996, the SCP has trained more than 5,000 students to serve more than 132,000 clients. The SMEs benefit since they get work done for very small fees from these partially government-funded students.
E-Business, E-Government & Small and Medium Size Enterprises: Opportunities & Challenges by Nabeel A. Y. Al-Qirim (Editor), Brian J. Corbitt (Editor)