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Paradigm Shift in E-Culture in Developing Countries: A Case Study

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Paradigm Shift in E-Culture in Developing Countries: A Case Study
E-Commerce is contributing in performing the tasks beyond national boundaries and time zones. While it is gaining momentum in developed countries, developing countries are trying to catch up with them. The question is with limited resources can the developing countries meet the challenge? This paper discusses the phenomenal growth in the Indian continent and a shift in perceptions and attitudes of the people in moving towards an electronic society. Internet usage and the participation in eCommerce by Indians are growing from strength to strength. India has experienced an explosion in Internet access. A new e-society is emerging at this part of the continent using the Internet with increasing regularity and for a much greater variety of purposes. Businesses are now engaging in new technology to do business in a more successful way. They face constant pressure to speed up operations and perform efficient and effective services. A comparison of the Internet growth in India is shown again...
Daniel Chandran
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where IADIS
Authors Daniel Chandran
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