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What is Perceived E-Readiness Model (PREM)

Encyclopedia of E-Commerce Development, Implementation, and Management
A model developed by Molla & Licker (2005) AU35: The citation "Molla & Licker (2005)" matches multiple references. Please add letters (e.g. "Smith 2000a"), or additional authors to the citation, to uniquely match references and citations. that can be used to assess the readiness for e-Business adoption and implementation. It is defined as an organization’s assessment of the e-commerce, managerial, organizational, and external situations in making decisions about adopting e-commerce. E-Readiness is measured from organisational, managerial, environmental, technical aspects.
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E-Business Adoption in SME-Models and Determinants: A Comparative Review of UK and KSA
Mark Xu (University of Portsmouth, UK), Maher Alhindi (University of Portsmouth, UK), Alessio Ishizaka (University of Portsmouth, UK), and Martin Read (University of Portsmouth, UK)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9787-4.ch033
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