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Retracted Chapter: Development Strategy for Demand of ICT in Small-Sized Enterprises

  • Yanhui Chen
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 236)

Abstract

With time passed, information and communication technology (ICT) penetrates into all aspects of industrial production and changes the whole process of industry. In the past years, small-sized enterprises have played an important role in the economy. But little attention has been paid to the usage of ICT in small-sized enterprises in China. In this paper, we analyses ICT–based issues from technicians in Linyi Xinyuan Friction Material Limited Company. The methodology for carrying out the tasks mainly contains questionnaires according to normative Delphi technique. The paper ends with recommendations which small-sized enterprises authorities should take in order to conform ICT in their production.

Keywords

information and communication technology ZPD gaps small-sized enterprises 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yanhui Chen
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  1. 1.School of EngineeringLinyi UniversityShandongP.R. China

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