Reyes conducted on assessment of the effectiveness of computers in selected organizations in Metro Manila. This study found out that the early approach to computer was for data processing of high volume which have an expanded to computer as planning and decision support levels of managements. the study also that at least level 3 computer literacy af tained by must of today’s computer softwares has been generated. Thus internet has increased in developing computerized information over the years.
Quieta studied a comparison of the use of electronic commerce and of traditional business process in selected business establishments in Makati City. Based on the finding of this study, the following recommendations were offered: (1) Traditional business process will still be used in the first part of third millennium by the business industries as their back-up/ support in inevitable circumstances such as computer log-down. (2) consumers are secure and are still afraid to take the risk of paying their bills using their account number and credit card through electronic commerce payment system. (3) Electronic commerce concept in the Philippines has barely grazed the business environment. (4) Electronic commerce is expected to glow in the millennium.
This study explored the relationship between owner/ manager factors, organizational factors, market structure, technological factors and awareness of government efforts to promote electronic commerce and electronic commerce adoption levels. The adoption level range from using the internet to communication (level 1), using the internet to communicate and setting up a static website (level 2), using an interactive website and accepting orders online (level 3) and doing the complete business transaction online (level 4). Seventy-eight exporting firms in the National Capital Region NCR completed the survey questionnaire either at their offices or during the trade fair at the World Trade Center. Statistical tools such as chi-square and t-tests were used to determine the significant differences in the responses of the participating firms.
Binary profit was also used as a statistical model. A Focus Group Discussion and a case analysis were done to further prove the factors affecting the firms Electronic commerce adoption. The results showed that were only two levels of electronic commerce Adoption among holiday decoration exporting firms, i.e. level 1& 2. One factor that proved significant in influencing firms in their electronic commerce adoption was the owner/ managers understanding the benefits of electronic commerce.
However, the negative correlation implied that the more the owner/ manager understands the benefits of electronic commerce the lower the level of electronic commerce adoption. Factors that were positively significant with electronic commerce adoption were years that the firm has been existing export market as a percent of total market, firm size based on assets and location of suppliers.
The research studied the acceptability of online shopping website to its buyers specifically, the study focused on China’s biggest and still growing site. Sira.com, and its buyers who were students from top universities in Beijing. This study’s general problem was: what factors influenced the acceptability of sira corporations www. Sira.com among online mall buyers in top universities at Beijing, China. Specifically, its objectives were to: 1. Present the respondent’s understanding of sira.com online mall in Terms of product and promotion; 2. Study the relationship between the product and promotion acceptability of sira.com among online mall buyer, and respondents sex, income, and academic rating of their universities; 3. Determine which of the major customer’s perceived issues should be given priority;
4. Study the relationship between the product and promotion acceptability of sira.com among online mall buyers, and customer’s perceived security risk and privacy risk. The study used descriptive and the chi-square statistical test for analyzing its quantitative data. The primary data were gathered from respondents surveyed by the researcher. After observing multi-stage sampling procedures, a total of 200 respondents were chosen from four top universities. The data and statistical results were processed with the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS), version 10. The study concluded that (1) Males are not likely to find shopping at sira.com online mall more acceptable than females;
( 2) A University student enrolled in a university rated higher by the government is not likely to find shopping at sira.com online mall acceptable than the student in the less highly rated university; (3) a customer with higher income level is more likely to find shopping at sira.com online mall more acceptable than a customer with lower income level; (4) The customer more concerned risk is more likely to find shopping at sira.com online mall acceptable than the customer who is less concerned with security risk. (5) The customer more concerned with privacy risk is more likely to find shopping at sira.com online mall less acceptable the customer who is less concerned with privacy risk. The growth of the internet in the last few years has spearheaded the growth of E-commerce . Many companies have moved part and parcel of their business into new medium.