Princely Ifinedo

Princely Ifinedo is an Associate Professor at the Shannon School of Business, Cape Breton University, Canada. He holds a doctoral degree (with Eximia Cum Laude Approbatur) in Information Systems Science from the University of Jyväskylä, Finland and master’s degrees from the Royal Holloway University of London, UK and Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia. He has presented research at various international IS conferences (including a Best Track Paper at the 2008 AMCIS, Toronto, Canada), contributed chapters to several books/encyclopedias, and published in several reputable journals including JCIS, C&S, JSS, DATA BASE, CHB, JOCEC, JITM, IMDS, EIS, IJITDM, JITD, JITM, JGTIM, EG, JISP, and Internet Research. He has authored (and co-authored) about 90 peer-reviewed publications. Prof. Ifinedo’s current research interests include, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems Success Measurement, Job Motivation and Satisfaction of IT/IS Professionals, Adoption of IT/IS in SMEs and Healthcare, Acceptance of Social Networking Sites, IS/IT Issues in Developing Countries and Transiting Economies, Cross-cultural IS/IT Issues, E-government, E-commerce, E-business, E-learning, and Social Informatics. He is affiliated with AIS, ISACA, and CIPS.

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E-Business - Applications and Global Acceptance is a collection of well-written papers that employ empirical and theoretical/conceptual approaches to highlight insights on the global acceptance of electronic business (e-business) and other useful applications and conceptualizations in the area. As our knowledge of the e-business phenomenon continues to mature and evolve, it is pertinent that new insights and information be made available. This edited book is published against such a backdrop. In essence, this book seeks to provide value to both e-business researchers and practitioners, with information sourced from differing regions of the world. The diversity in the sources of insights is welcome and this edited book covers a wide range of interesting, topical, and timely issues dealing with the acceptance of e-business applications or systems, business processes integration and management, the extension of e-business concepts to not-for-profit (nonprofit) organizations, and the construction of a service innovation model. Without a doubt, this book will be a comprehensive reference point for knowledge seekers who want to understand emerging conceptualizations, processes, and behaviors in the e-business domain.

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