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E–tailing : factors considered in the strategic marketing of an online store
The study investigated the cognitive opinions expressed by consumers in an online shopping environment in the sport supplementation industry as well as the influence certain factors identified through literature, had on ...
The ability to account for Internet-based sales transactions according to GAAP
(North-West University, 2007)
The incorporation of a new technology, such as the Internet, into business processes can have an unexpected influence on those business processes. The study focused on the hypothesis that four entities (case studies) can ...
Adoption of e-commerce by organisations in Botswana
This research is an investigation of the adoption of e-commerce by organisations in Botswana. E-commerce has the potential to uplift organisations in developing countries in terms of higher profits, increased productivity ...
An evaluation of the practical application of the South African VAT legislation on electronic services : a case study
(North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2015)
Electronic commerce (e-commerce) is a concept that started being a feature in business in the early 1970s (Wigand, 1997). Numerous businesses now conduct their business online. There have been repercussions arising from ...
The VAT implications of e-commerce goods and services imported to South Africa
This research identified that e-commerce is growing annually and has a significant impact on the South African economy. When the Minister of Finance announced that VAT registration would become compulsory for foreign ...