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Ecommerce Adoption of Insurance Companies in New Zealand

Jingtao Yao
2004 Journal of Electronic Commerce Research  
The survey found that all of the insurance companies had websites but less than half of these were New Zealand ones.  ...  This research presents an overview of the current state of e-commerce in the New Zealand insurance industry.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank for the partial support from Business Research Fund of College of Business, Massey University, New Zealand.  ... 
dblp:journals/jecr/Yao04 fatcat:a4tvkyznovazjkfym4e34ndjnm

The Role of Electronic Insurance and Electronic Commerce in Expansion of Insurance Companies

Pedram Fakhri, Farzad Hajighafori, Javad Jafarzadeh
2014 Kuwait Chapter of Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review  
Shortage of ICT professionals (ICT) and little skilled manpower and expertise in the field of ecommerce major infrastructure requirements for listed companies .  ...  Insured mail (E-Insurance) in the usual sense as the use of Internet and information technology (IT) is defined as the production and distribution of insurance and insurance -specific electronic means  ...  The other significant opportunities in the capital markets , insurance companies will have to adopt new models for their business has .  ... 
doi:10.12816/0018657 fatcat:4lwqcdv35zggbi4rva6gh7opju

Adding clicks to bricks: a case study of e-commerce adoption by a Catalan small retailer

Alemayehu Molla, Richard Heeks, Isaac Balcells
2006 European Journal of Information Systems  
phases of the ecommerce adoption process.  ...  ecommerce in the longer term.  ...  In Proceedings of the 10th Australasian Conference in Information Systems, December 13, 1999, Wellington, New Zealand. http://www.vuw.ac.nz/acis99/ [accessed June 2005] WEBB B and SAYER R (1998) Benchmarking  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.ejis.3000623 fatcat:pepolewb6nfsvbi2g5zma3bhlq

Diffusion and Impacts of E-Commerce in the United States of America: Results from an Industry Survey

Vladislav V. Fomin, John L. King, Kalle J. Lyytinen, Sean T. McGann
2005 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Quantitative analysis found significant regression relationships with their level of statistical significance. Results show that e-commerce adoption is path dependent (i.e., establishments 560  ...  It presents data taken from one of the most comprehensive sample surveys yet done of the U.S. firm activity in e-commerce.  ...  Early and extensive adoption of ecommerce technologies is the best predictor for future adoption across all sectors. VII.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01628 fatcat:exlpsvg5rremxhhocrfzgyqsia

New Development of Online Retail in China and the Associated (Accounting) Challenges

F. Xiong, L. Chapple, X. Song, K. N. Hui
2019 IEEE Access  
The results show that the adoption of new marketing practices in the Chinese online retail industry is likely to encourage sales; however, they are also introducing certain challenges, such as the need  ...  Technological advances and improved logistics efficiency, in conjunction with the widespread use of smartphones, have enabled retailers and technology companies to dramatically change Chinese consumers  ...  FROM OFFLINE TO ONLINE (NEW) RETAIL In 1927, before the advent of modern refrigeration, the Southland Ice Company at Oak Cliff in Dallas, Texas, operated a The associate editor coordinating the review  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2905694 fatcat:kalwbfmfeza2da27wiqnjd47wu

Critical themes in electronic commerce research: a meta-analysis

Jonathan Wareham, Jack G Zheng, Detmar Straub
2005 Journal of Information Technology  
Moreover, eCommerce researchers have been diverse in their use of both research approaches and methods.  ...  Our analysis finds that the interdisciplinary nature of eCommerce research has led to great diversity in the topics explored.  ...  and adopt eCommerce in surprisingly novel ways.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jit.2000034 fatcat:2axzjwxmt5dp3oipohfbuaclue

What future for the post office network?

Christian Jaag, Matthias Finger
2017 Competition and Regulation in Network Industries  
The paper presents potential strategies and discusses the main trends in postal network evolution among incumbent postal operators, focusing in particular on the examples of Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland  ...  , the United Kingdom, Italy and the United States, and assesses these strategies against a set of key performance and development indicators. 70% of the letter market liberalized (items above 50 grams)  ...  The USO in New Zealand is defined in the Deed of Understanding between New Zealand Post and the Minister of Communications and Information Technology. 8 New Zealand Post must operate a minimum of 880 collection  ... 
doi:10.1177/1783591717741789 fatcat:vwbw5rwlzbduvojbzoqppcwuy4

The adoption of eCommerce communications and applications technologies in small businesses in New Zealand

Nabeel Al-Qirim
2007 Electronic Commerce Research and Applications  
businesses (SMEs) in New Zealand (NZ).  ...  This research investigates the impact of 10 factors, extended from the technological innovation literature, on the adoption of different eCommerce communications and applications technologies (EC) in small  ...  Findings from New Zealand (NZ) context revealed that SMEs did not differ from these findings in adopting and using EC.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.elerap.2007.02.012 fatcat:b5rg4hosxbel5fnqpqhlqf64wy

Dominant Factors for Online Trust

Chao-Jung Hsu
2008 2008 International Conference on Cyberworlds  
This study presents a new set of instruments for use in studying online trust of an individual. The items in the instrument were analyzed using a factors analysis.  ...  However, lack of trust has been identified as a major obstacle to the adoption of online shopping.  ...  An empirical result from [14] suggested that perceived website quality has a positive impact on trust from Internet users in New Zealand.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cw.2008.21 dblp:conf/cw/Hsu08 fatcat:kvx4g3gcyze37fe5cztwyodyt4

E-Finance for Development: Global Trends, National Experience and SMEs

Fuatai Purcell, Janet Toland
2003 Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries  
The chapter identifies four lessons that have been learnt from the early phases of efinance adoption:  ...  The second half of the chapter is an exploration of how these developments are likely to impact SMEs in developing countries in the near future.  ...  She has worked in the United Kingdom, Botswana, Fiji and New Zealand.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.1681-4835.2003.tb00069.x fatcat:hgx7ipdf6rd6nagxt7vopdaoza

Review of the PKI status in New Zealand

Lech J. Janczewski, Vladimir Petranovic
2006 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
can be successful in New Zealand?  ...  This work also provided an answer to the question of acceptance issues we face when deploying PKI in New Zealand.  ...  With such a legislation New Zealand is further distancing itself from the rest of the leading ecommerce nations.  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/JanczewskiP06 fatcat:izstynpy6ze3rbezbhenrfrzc4

Diffusion of the Adoption of Online Retailing in Saudi Arabia [article]

Rayed AlGhamdi
2014 arXiv   pre-print
interview findings with a sample of 153 retailers in companies at different stages of e-commerce maturity.  ...  For this reason, the attitudes of retailers in companies at different stages of e-commerce maturity were investigated to determine what factors are causing this problem.  ...  Saeed (small, 1) The location of our shop Saleh (small, 1) The location of our shop is the best way of marketing Salem (medium, 4) We used to market our products in the same typical way like other companies  ... 
arXiv:1406.1469v1 fatcat:gqcm6madf5ftnawiuw5nvztjie

Prioritising Research Agenda For E-Commerce In Malaysia

Ali Khatibi, V. Thyagarajan, Adeline Chua, Mohd Ismail
2011 International Business & Economics Research Journal  
Although, the concept of e-commerce is relatively new in this country, but, it was widely accepted marketing medium among the developed nations.  ...  The new paradigm provides firms the whole wired world as potential market to capture.  ...  In many countries namely, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong are all above the EU average of e-commerce servers per person.  ... 
doi:10.19030/iber.v2i7.3816 fatcat:ry5rgdy5trcbzaoe6v5fpfy3w4

Globalization and E-Commerce VII: Environment and Policy in the U.S

Vladislav V. Fomin, John L. King, Sean T. McGann, Kalle J. Lyytinen
2003 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
concerns related to privacy and transaction security remain obstacles to universal adoption of B2C e-commerce. 1 It is difficult to obtain solid data on the phenomenon of e-commerce.  ...  Lyytinen • The strength of surviving e-commerce companies (e.g., Amazon and eBay), as well as the relative stability of the technology sector (e.g., Cisco Systems, Dell, Intel, IBM) and the continued investment  ...  companies and insurance companies.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01008 fatcat:dh3uhaqdpbga7d2wndyd5tneqq

Globalization and E-Commerce I: Factors Affecting E-Commerce Diffusion in China

Zixiang (Alex) Tan, Wu Ouyang
2003 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
A younger population with higher education is more likely to adopt Internet and e-commerce. • The infrastructure disparity leads to e-commerce diffusion disparity.  ...  The lack of a credibility monitoring system extends to both vendors and individual consumers. • Taxation and privacy, which are vital to e-commerce diffusion in many other countries, do not appear to be  ...  This lack of trust generally handicaps contract enforcement and delays the adoption of e-commerce.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01002 fatcat:rmzzypkmq5gstijoguquqmcxwe
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