Across all industry sectors, 37.1 percent of organizations already have e-business operations in place, and more are on the way, according to Computer Economics.
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The annual “Information Systems and eBusiness Spending” report by Computer Economics predicts that another 46.8 percent of firms are planning to engage in e-business in the future.
“Close to or over 50 percent of organizations in the transportation, banking and finance, and insurance sectors already have an e-business project in place,” said Computer Economics VP of Research, Michael Erbschloe. “The process manufacturing and healthcare sectors have the highest percentage of businesses that are in the implementation stages of this process.”
The healthcare and professional services industries currently have the smallest percentage of companies with e-business practices already in place, according to Computer Economics.
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