The effect of obstructions in the e-commerce in electronic commerce applications: evidence from the Jordan business sector

Volume 10, Issue 2, Article 16 - 2021

Authors: Kulthoom Mansour Al-ghananeem

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Abstract

The study aimed to find out the electronic and the impact of trade obstacles in e-commerce applications in the Jordanian business sector, the concept of electronic commerce obstacles in the business sector is clarified, and these obstacles are mentioned, which are three main obstacles in this study technological obstacles, human resources obstacles, and law and legislation obstacles and to achieve this goal the study chose a component of Jordanian banks and branches society, was used questionnaire data collection tool, was distributed to the author than 100 employees in these banks sample, were retrieving 96 of them, were subjected to statistical analysis. The most important outputs of the study are a direct impact of the obstacles to e-commerce in e-commerce applications in organizations, and found the most effective human resources obstacles followed by law and legislation obstacles. Based on the results of the analysis and testing of hypotheses, show that e-commerce obstacles standards in the Jordanian business sector and of technical and technological factors, the special human resources factors, legislative and legal factors, the study recommended the need to increase the electronic awareness and culture of the Internet among the different segments of society, reduce obstacles and streamline procedures to help various community groups to get personal computers and the ability to subscribe to and use of the Internet.

How To Cite This Article

Al-ghananeem, Kulthoom (2021). The effect of obstructions in the e-commerce in electronic commerce applications: evidence from the Jordan business sector. Global Journal of Economics and Business, 10(2): 463-473
https://doi.org/10.31559/GJEB2021.10.2.16