Über den Autor
Nabeel Al-Qirim joined academia after considerable working experience in the in the IT industry. He joined the College of IT, United Arab Emirates University, UAE, in 2004. Dr. Al-Qirim has more than 18 years of experience in both academia and business.
PART I: E-COMMERCE IN SMEs: A GLOBAL PHENEOMENON; PART II: WEB INITIATIVES IN SMEs; PART III: E-COMMERCE ACROSS THE SUPPLY CHAIN IN SMEs; PART IV: THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN E-COMMERCE ADOPTION IN SMEs; PART V: WEB INITIATIVES AND SHOPPING AGENTS IN SMEs; PART VI: E-COMMERCE AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN SMEs; PART VII: E-COMMERCE ADOPTION AND BENEFIT REALIZATION IN SMEs; PART VIII: E-COMMERCE IN SMEs IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES; PART IX: E-COMMERCE OUTSOURCING IN SMEs.
Intended for researchers and professionals in SMEs and e-commerce, this book points to various issues concerning e-commerce in SMEs, and highlights the need to do something in order to bridge the existing divide between the two. It raises the importance of addressing the e-commerce phenomenon in SMEs at a global level.