A quantitative analysis of factors contributing electronic data interchange adoption among Bruneian SMEs: A pilot study

Abstract

This study investigates fifty small and medium enterprises by using a survey approach to find out the key factors that are determinants to EDI adoption. Based upon the existing model, the study uses six factors grouped into three categories, namely organizational, environmental and technological aspects. The findings indicate that factors such as perceived benefits government support and management support are significant determinants of EDI adoption. The remaining factors like organizational culture, motivation to use EDI and task variety remain insignificant. Based upon the analysis of data, recommendations are made.

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