Manuscript Number : CSEIT183129
A General Study for Role of the Quality in the E-Procurement Process
Authors(2) :-Dr. Nikhat Praveen, Dr. Mazhar Khaliq
This paper reports the current state of e-procurement technologies and related issues. It analyzes how companies are moving quick into these technologies, how experimentation is occurring to learn about the business opportunities that may emerge through these technologies, the dangers and benefits associated with them, and the expected evolution of e-procurement technologies in the near future. Predictions few years back indicated that e-procurement technologies would become exponentially over the main portion of the decade. However, these expectations have not been met. Current e-procurement technologies are in their developmental earliest stages and an overwhelming design is as yet unavailable. The result of our survey indicates that the last equilibrium may include several technologies, each one serving a different segment of the market. This variety of arrangements is likely to further delay the progress of the business to its development stage. Companies are moving toward e-procurement technologies with very different strategies based upon the perceived dangers and benefits associated with the technology and their competitive position and environment. We identify two fundamental types of companies. The principal type is moving aggressively to receive e-procurement technologies, frequently experimenting with different arrangements. The second type embraces a more conservative strategy by selectively experimenting, regularly with one technology. This latter gathering relies on these limited experiences to provide the capabilities to move rapidly into the technology as a predominant design emerges. The survey results suggest that e-procurement technologies will become an imperative piece of inventory network management and that the rate of reception will accelerate as aggressive adopters share their experiences and perceptions of generally safe.
E Procured Software, E- Security, E- Procured Technology, Quality Scenario
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Published in : Volume 3 | Issue 1 | January-February 2018
Date of Publication : 2018-02-28
License: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Page(s) : 102-106
Manuscript Number : CSEIT183129
Publisher : Technoscience Academy
URL : http://ijsrcseit.com/CSEIT183129