ANALYSIS OF IT ADOPTION IN INDIAN SMEs: A Case Study of Rajasthan

Sunil Kr. Pandey, Pooja S. Kushwaha

Abstract


Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are progressively mindful of the positive effect that Information Technology (IT) can have as these advances spread through their associations. Among the diverse devices for SME improvement and intensity, IT have gotten to be across the board in each movement division in the course of the most recent quite a few years. Behind this exceptionally broad acronym shrouds a huge number of advances for instance, Internet, Website and Portals, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)- that should enhance the execution of associations .
The outside weight of huge organizations and customers has driven various SMEs to set up IT, particularly in mechanical areas. The landing of IT might assume a part in restoring aggressiveness, since these advances are additionally a component in unwinding the requirements particular to SMEs. IT makes various administrations conceivable in a huge scope of procedures and exchanges inside and between organizations. Inside, IT applications can enhance learning and data administration hones. They are similarly very powerful in enhancing outside business correspondences and administration quality for both new and existing customers. They likewise give off an impression of being a wellspring of upper hand for SMEs under specific conditions. The research paper analyses the IT adoption pattern and trends in SME of Rajasthan.

Keywords


IT, SME, Web Portals, Enterprise Resource Planning(ERP).

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21844/mijia.v12i02.6978

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