• The Adoption of Electronic Data Interchange (Edi) Technology by Nigerian Smes a Conceptual Framework
    research conducted and published on the adoption of Electronic Data Interchange among SMEs in Nigeria. Most previous researches done in the context of developed countries. This study aimed to examine factors affecting the adoption of EDI Technology in Nigerian SMEs and to test an EDI Technology...
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  • The Impact of Technology
    investigate the extent of this influence with especial focus on modern banking operations in Nigeria. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY The general purpose of this study is to examine the impact of information technology on the banking sector in Nigeria. Specifically, the study aims to: (i) Investigate the...
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  • Miss
    (1998) remarked that despite the significant role information technologies play in the provision of banking services world-wide, as yet little attention has been paid to electronic banking, and specifically the Internetbased banking system in Nigeria. Even the few commercial banks that embrace...
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  • Project
    [pic][pic] School of Management Blekinge Institute of Technology How External Forces are influencing the E-business strategy of MTN-Nigeria Adesina Adeleke...
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  • Environmental and Institutional Factors Influence on Internet Use by the Undergraduates in Selected Federal Universities in South West, Nigeri
    Environmental and Institutional Factors Influence on Internet Use By the Undergraduates in Selected Federal Universities in South West, Nigeria Ayoola Johnson AJAYI National Library Ilorin, Nigeria And Kolawole Akinjide ARAMIDE Abadina Media Resource Centre University of Ibadan...
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  • Globalization of Cultural Heritage: Issues, Impacts, and Inevitable Challenges for Nigeria
    depopulated the traditional religious adherents in many parts of Nigeria. Proselytization: Information and communication technology is gradually spreading its influence on religious evangelism. This is in the areas and methods religious society globally use it for teaching, proselytizing and in...
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  • Roles of Ict
    research in the higher institutions of learning in Nigeria. The impacts of ICTs have been noted to influence the environment, employment, poverty alleviation, attraction of foreign funds, and empowerment for the disabled. According to Akwani (2005), the fastest growing employer of labour in Nigeria...
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  • Effect of Information Technology on the Operations of Commercial Banks in Nigeria
    EJISDC (2002) 10, 2, 1-8 The Effect of Information Technology on the Growth of the Banking Industry in Nigeria P. A. Idowu Dept of Computer Science and Engineering Obafemi Awolowo University Ife-Ife Nigeria A.O. Alu Dept of Management and Accounting Obafemi Awolowo University Ife...
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  • Payment
    introduction of electronic banking and its implications on the economy in both developed and developing countries. In the works of Taylor and Todd (1995) and Gefen and Straub (1997), it was found that gender has a direct influence on adoption of technology with men and women having different rates of...
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  • Impact of Computer in Banking System in Nigeria
    -sector in Nigeria has performed and its impact on ... regarding the factors that influence a successful ERP system implementation. ... Computers, Software & Peripherals in Nigeria - Computer ... (Cache) (Images) (Similar) http://www.globaltrade.net/international-trade-import-exports/f/market...
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  • Factors Affecting E-Payment Adoption in Nigeria (Rp0907)
    and security, acceptability, accessibility and social influence are the main factors that influence individuals’ intention to adopt e-payments. Keywords: Electronic Commerce, Electronic Payments, Adoption, Technology Acceptance Model, Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology. ISBN: 9781...
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  • The impact of FDI on GDP in Nigeria
    economic growth is in line with the endogenous growth theory. According to this theory FDI influences growth through variables such as R&D and education. MNC’s can sustain growth in the long run by creating positive externalities for the local economy by transferring technology and organisational...
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  • Pestle Analysis
    ) activity, automation, technology incentives and the rate of technological change. They can determine barriers to entry, minimum efficient production level and influence outsourcing decisions. Technological shifts can affect costs, quality, and stimulate further invention, innovation and competition. Legal...
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  • The Impact of Information Technology on Banking Operations
    Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Banking Operations in Nigeria – An Evaluation of Recent Experiences By Akinlolu Agboola Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Nigeria Abstract The study is a comprehensive evaluation of the response of Nigerian banks to the adoption of ICT. Three...
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  • Journal
    AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES ISSN Print: 2156-1540, ISSN Online: 2151-1559, doi:10.5251/ajsms.2011.2.3.329.340 © 2011, ScienceHuβ, http://www.scihub.org/AJSMS Technology innovation and Nigeria banks performance: The assessment of employee’s and customer’s responses. 1Dr...
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  • Economics
    place (David 1997). The process of globalization is not restricted to the economic sphere only. The advancement in information technology has resulted in the opening and exposure of the people of the world to more than ever before, different and alternative views and as a consequence influences...
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  • Mister, Hsdugsdsd
    International Journal of African Studies ISSN 1451-213X Issue 1 (2009), pp.4-10 © EuroJournals Publishing, Inc. 2009 http://www.eurojournals.com/African.htm The Concept of Educational Technology: Problems and Prospects of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Nigeria S. W. Wodi...
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  • Information and Communication Technology Development Opportunities and the Role of Youth
    Information and Communication Technology: Development Opportunities and the role of Youth SESAN, O. O. Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Published in This Day Newspaper; Vol. 7, No 2265, Page 25. Thursday, July 5, 2001.   1...
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  • Shell Case
    and enables Shell to maintain consistent returns on investment in Nigeria. With oil representing 90% of Nigeria's export earnings and Shell being a major oil player through joint ventures with Nigeria's state oil company, Shell has a frightening amount of influence over the Nigerian military...
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  • Media/Cultural Imperialims Image
    over the less powerful, less richer and less better nations. The control of technology is what has made developed nations to have a strong grip in the dissemination of international news across the globe. Aliede (2005:252) Influence of intelligence agencies The five major transitional agencies...
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