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Journal Issue
Volume 11 Issue 1 / Mar 2008  pp1‑51

Editor: Dan Remenyi

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Causal Relationships between Improvements in Software Development Processes and Final Software Product Quality  pp1‑10

Rini van Solingen, Egon Berghout

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The Effect of Information Systems on Firm Performance and Profitability Using a Case‑Study Approach  pp11‑16

Mojisola Olugbode, Ibrahim Elbeltagi, Matthew Simmons, Tom Biss

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Heuristically Evaluating Greek e‑Tourism and e‑Museum Websites  pp17‑26

Fotis Lazarinis, Dimitris Kanellopoulos, Petros Lalos

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Determinants of Information Technology Diffusion: a Study at the Firm Level for Portugal  pp27‑34

Maria Fraga O. Martins, Tiago Oliveira

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Using the Probabilistic Model Checker PRISM to Analyze Credit Card Use  pp35‑44

Amani El Rayes, Mevliyar Er

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e‑Commerce, Business Methods and Evaluation of Payment Methods in Nigeria  pp45‑50

Michael Adeyeye

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Abstract

E‑Commerce is a global trend and can be a viable source of economic reform in a nation. Nigeria, a third world country is leaving no stone unturned to make life easier and more comfortable in this electronic age. Though developed countries are on the verge of conducting e‑commerce securely and comfortably, Nigeria is absorbing techniques involved either by espionage, knowledge transfer or other means. Hence, the need for ensuring effectiveness, awareness among inhabitants, and security of resources involved must be taken into account. This paper highlights different levels of e‑commerce participation among banks, service providers and the public in Nigeria. A business‑inclined metropolitan suburb of Lagos was used as a case study to evaluate citizenry involvement and opinions. Recommendations on the most suitable payment method (s) for citizenry was made based on their opinions. 

 

Keywords: e-commerce, payment models

 

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