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What is IT Capability

Perspectives on the Transition Toward Green and Climate Neutral Economies in Asia
IT capability refers to the ability to execute a specified course of action or to achieve a desired outcome using information technology.
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E-Business Applications by the Food, Agro, and Marine Segments of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs)
Chandra Sekhar Patro (Department of Management Studies, Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering (Autonomous), India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-8613-9.ch005
The contemporary business environment is moving towards the digital world as a result of the rapid changes in communication and technology. The MSEs must use e-business applications to explore trade opportunities in order to get out of this scenario. The chapter determines the perceptions of the Food, Agro and Marine segment of MSEs on e-business applications. Also, it analyses the relationship among the factors influencing e-business applications and organisational performance. The results reveal that employee support, financial benefits, social influence, ease of use, management support, IT capability, security and privacy, and government support show a substantial association with organisational performance. The results will be helpful in understanding the state of e-business practises among MSEs as well as any gaps in e-business adoption. It will help determine how much e-business practises can be promoted and used in order to attain the best results.
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A Resource-Based Perspective on Information Technology, Knowledge Management, and Firm Performance
Refers to an organization’s ability to identify IT meeting business needs, to deploy IT to improve business process in a cost-effective manner, and to provide long-term maintenance and support for IT-based systems (Karimi et al., 2007).
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IT Resources, IT-Enabled Capabilities, and Business Performance
The abilities to leverage different IT resource for intangible benefits.
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How IT-Enabled Dynamic Capabilities Add Value to the Development of Innovation Capabilities
Firms’ ability to mobilize and deploy IT-based resources in combination or co-present with other resources and capabilities in order to differentiate from the competition.
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