A Model for Electronic Readiness of Organizations to use Information Technology and Communication Services, Using Analytical Hierarchy Process Technique

Jafar Bagherinejad; Halehi Satari

Volume 1, Issue 2 , December 2013, Pages 1-23

  In this research after reviewing the relevant literature and comparative analysis of the e-readiness models, a conceptual framework for evaluation of organizational e-readiness based on the condition of Iranian organizations has been designed. Then, this model with 6 criteria (including commitment of ...  Read More

Factors affecting on acceptance of the Iranians products and services national coding system (IRANDOC) within the firms

Vajhollah ghorbanizadeh; Hemat morad ghalandari

Volume 1, Issue 2 , December 2013, Pages 25-51

  ر User's acceptance of the novel information technology has played an important role in successfulness of its applications in the organizations. Understanding of the user's technology acceptance mechanisms lead to providing of user's friendly technology for them. The Iranians products and services stratifying ...  Read More

Optimization of Radio Spectrum, Appling Cognitive Radio Technology: The Case of Iran

Rajab Fallahi; Niloofar Moradhassel

Volume 1, Issue 2 , December 2013, Pages 53-71

  Development of radio frequency spectrum based technologies and increasing demand with inefficient use of spectrum, in the near future will cause scarcity in relation to spectrum as a limited and valuable source.  By using cognitive radio technology will transform the traditional spectrum management ...  Read More

Analyzing the relationship of Administrative automated level with organizational effectiveness

Fattah Sharifzadeh

Volume 1, Issue 2 , December 2013, Pages 73-103

  Observing more complexity in organization working life has become inevitable. In addition, population growth, needs, and clients expectations have led organizations to automate their working systems and procedures. This study concentrated on two different types of organizations which utilized different ...  Read More

A Model for Assessing Business Intelligence level of Enterprise Systems

SaeedRouhan Rouhani; AhadZare Ravasan

Volume 1, Issue 2 , December 2013, Pages 105-121

  Most organizations still experience a lack of Business Intelligence (BI) in their decision making processes when implementing enterprise systems, such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and Supply Chain Management (SCM). Consequently, a model and techniques ...  Read More

Analyzing and ranking of effective factors on adoption of e-business in Small and Medium Enterprises(SMEs) of Fars state 's food and beverage industries

Amir Hossein Amirkhani; Reza Taleifa; Hamed fazelikebria; Mohammad Bagher Faghih

Volume 1, Issue 2 , December 2013, Pages 123-146

  ر E-commerceis one of the introduced important issues in recent years that has directed much attentionsto itself in the field of ICT. Lowering the cost of collecting information from customers, accessing to a wide range of customers and interacting with a network of the environmentalfactorsare only ...  Read More

Resistance and Refusal to Mobile Payment: Analysis of the Iranian Characteristics

Jamshid salehisadegheiani; Samaneh Sorournejad; Reza Ebrahimi Atani; Maryam Akhavan Kharazian; Mousa Rezvani Chamazamin

Volume 1, Issue 2 , December 2013, Pages 147-162

  In recent years, a number of new payment solutions have been introduced in mobile commerce although with less success. The existence of standardized and widely accepted mobile payment (also known as MP) procedures is crucial for successful business-to-customer mobile commerce. On the other hand, Non-acceptance ...  Read More