Technologically enabling resource-constrained enterprises in developing nations through the implementation of E-Commerce on-demand service portals for a grid utility computing platform
In most developing countries, e-Commerce is being adopted in large scale organizations, but a large number of the resource-constrained enterprises such as the Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises (SMMEs) especially in the rural areas are yet to enjoy the maximum benefits that e-Commerce technology offers. Some of the reasons as identified include inability to afford the Total Cost of Ownership...
Published at IEEE Explore
Published in 2014
Babafemi O. Odusote and Matthew O. Adigun
ODUSOTE Babafemi Olubunmi » Babafemi Odusote graduated from Covenant University with first class degree in Computer Science in the year 2007. He was one of the recipients of the chancellor’s award for excellent performance in character & in learning. Babafemi was privileged to be offered a postgraduate scholarship up to Ph.D level by the same institution, after His National Service (NYSC) in Borno State, Nigeria. He... view full profile
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