Title

Computer based information systems (CBIS) adoption in small businesses : Hong Kong experience and success factors

Document Type

Journal article

Source Publication

Journal of Global Information Technology Management

Publication Date

1999

Volume

2

Issue

2

First Page

5

Last Page

22

Keywords

Computer Based Information Systems; Success Factors; Small Businesses; Cross- Cultural Comparison; Hong Kong

Abstract

The rapid development of computerized technology has led to increasing use of computer based information systems (CBIS) in small businesses. In view of the high cost of implementing and managing a CBIS, justifications for the application of computer technology in small businesses continue to be debated throughout the world. This study empirically investigates the current usage and success factors of CBIS in small businesses of Hong Kong and compares these findings with those of related studies in Canada, the United States, and Singapore. This research has identified several common global factors that would affect the CBIS success of small businesses:

DOI

10.1080/1097198X.1999.10856250

Print ISSN

1097198X

E-ISSN

23336846

Publisher Statement

Copyright © 1999 Taylor & Francis.

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Recommended Citation

Chung, C.-w., & Tang, M. M.-l. (1999). Computer based information systems (CBIS) adoption in small businesses : Hong Kong experience and success factors. Journal of Global Information Technology Management, 2(2), 5-22. doi: 10.1080/1097198X.1999.10856250