A knowledge dimension associated with e-business models: a study of internet adoption amongst Australian wineries

Martin, B and Sellitto, C 2004, 'A knowledge dimension associated with e-business models: a study of internet adoption amongst Australian wineries', International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 405-424.


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Collection: Journal Articles

Title A knowledge dimension associated with e-business models: a study of internet adoption amongst Australian wineries
Author(s) Martin, B
Sellitto, C
Year 2004
Journal name International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management
Volume number 2
Issue number 4
Start page 405
End page 424
Total pages 19
Publisher Inderscience Publishers
Abstract Case studies are used to examine and classify e-business adoption amongst wineries located in the Australian state of Victoria. Two atomic e-business models are identified - Direct-to-Customer and Intermediary - as the only types amongst six cases studied. Ancillary to examining the e-business characteristics of these wineries, the study of internet adoption also allowed a knowledge-based dimension of the wineries to be examined. The wineries are viewed as the wine industry's dominant cluster entity and are found to combine traditional and electronic activities in emergent e-business models that exhibit key characteristics of knowledge-based enterprises.
Subject Information Systems Theory
DOI - identifier 10.1504/IJIEM.2004.005571
ISSN 1476-1300
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