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|Title:||Electronic commerce and procurement in retail Businesses a case study of Game|
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, School of Business and Management|
|Abstract:||The Purpose of this study under the topic of "Electronic Commerce and Procurement" aimed at examining the role of effective e-commerce on the efficiency of the procurement functions in Game retail shop The methodology applied for this study was mainly a descriptive and analytical type of research. Whereby it also included the use of quantitative and qualitative methods which the researcher used to collect both numerical and non-numerical data respectively, these methods was used in order to avoid bias in formations that would arise from the data being collected Findings, when the final results were tabulated, the researcher found out that most of the mral living are computer illiterate, hardly know how to read and write, on the teclmological perspective, there are few technocrats to handle and control the security for efficient mnning of the online venture, The researcher therefore recommended the government to introduce a supportive syllabus in Primary and Secondary schools so as to revamp the trend for the next generation, the bnsiness fraternity are to recruit skilled personnel, lastly the government cwTently should embark on mass sensitization on the new development In conclusion, the government has the biggest role to play in full transformation through her relevant authorities with the help of the Medias, on the business fraternity they have to bear the cost of relevant directives like Auto Teller Machine A TM attendances for purchases using credit cards to enable the shoppers easily learn|
|Description:||A dissertation submitted to the School of Business and Management in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of a Bachelor's Degree in Supplies and Procurement at Kampala International University.|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor's Degree in Supply and Procument Management|
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