Research on the Relationship between the Internet Usages and the Organizational Performance in the Taiwanese E-commerce Business Organization

Jui-lin Wang, Feng-Hsiung Hou
InSITE 2003  •  Volume 3  •  2003
The purpose of this research was to explore the possible relationship between the Internet usage and the organizational performance in the Taiwanese e-commerce business organizations. The hypothesis for this research was: There was a significant relationship between the Internet usage and the organizational performance in the Taiwanese e-commerce business organizations. The method employed quantitative research method in conducting this study was measure the use of Internet in various Taiwanese e-commerce business organizations and provided an overview of the method of Internet use in e-commerce business organizations’ organizational performances. The research participants were 50 own-ers/managers in Taiwanese e-commerce business organizations. The Spearman Rank Correlation Coefficient and descriptive statistics were used to test the research hypothesis. Research result supported the research hypothesis that there was a significant relationship between the Internet usage and the organizational performance in the Taiwanese e-commerce business organizations. Research result also indicated that this relationship between the Internet usage and the organizational performance was positive. Results showed that Taiwanese e-commerce business organizations’ owners/managers were agreed and strongly agree for there was significant impact of Internet usage and organizational performance in their e-commerce business organizations in following:
E-commerce Business Organization, Internet Usage, Organizational Performance
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