This paper explores the variation in usage rates of four types of electronic education-related services: online courses and examinations provided by schools and universities, private educational services, and administrative services like issuing electronic diplomas and certificates.
This paper outlines the characteristics of financial inclusion and aspects shaping financial inclusion. Moreover, implications of Financial Inclusion for developing and emerging economies are investigated and digital technologies in FinTech for financial inclusion are explored.
Digitalization of Business Processes in Federalist Environments: The Introduction of E-Invoicing in Germany
In this article we will analyze the government-driven introduction of e-invoicing in Germany. The decision to digitalize the invoicing processes in Germany is based on an EU guideline that instructs all member states to switch to electronic invoicing within their administrations.
This paper contributes to understanding the usage patterns of e-services provided by governmental, healthcare, and educational institutions. We link the propensity of using the three different types of e-services to the socio-demographic and economic characteristics of the respondents.
A typical corporate management situation, with a strange look onto the processes of the projects, and onto the informatics solutions being attached to this functionally. The treatment of a situation took shape because of COVID, which brought fundamental changes in the companies’ daily function.
This research paper tries to highlight the role of digital HRM in improving the performance of the organization. The outcome of the research would be very important for a business organization to implement digital human resource management and also for improving and enhancing organizational performance.
This paper will discuss the advantage of decision making supported by a digital system and will provide an overview of an empiric analysis researched on this topic.