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Role of Governement In development of e-commerce

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Industry : IT Services, Internet
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Discuss the Role of Governement in development of e-commerce like Infrastructure provision, Human resource development, Policy creation and implementation, Legal and regulatory frameworks, User of e-business services and applications, Provider of e-government services for enterprises, Promotion of e-business development etc

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1 Seamless, One-Stop Interactive Front End
2 Don't neglect change managemnet
By : Samir Das
Esha Johar  |  Supported idea  "Seamless, One-Stop Interactive Front End"  |  5 years ago
I agree with Mr.Samir das. Surely, Infosys should manage the explosive information growth by creating a simplified, seamless front end that presents a cohesive one-stop shop for everyone and should effectively manage the network data flow...
Dhananjay Raturi  |  Added idea  "Don't neglect change managemnet"  |  5 years ago
And in this case it's more of transformation magagement. MOST government technology initiatives fail because the transformation is not handled properly. 1. Ensure that the staff from top management to ground-level is fully involved in envisioning...
 
 
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