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Issues in Mobile E-Commerce
Communications of the Association for Information Systems
  • Peter Tarasewich, Northeastern University
  • Robert C. Nickerson, San Francisco State University
  • Merrill Warkentin, Mississippi State University
Publication Date
1-28-2002
Abstract

Though many companies are still just beginning to grasp the potential uses and impacts of the Web and e-commerce, advances in technologies and their application continue. These advances often present various managerial and technological issues for individuals, companies, governments, and other entities. One significant area of technological advancement is the development of mobile e-commerce, which encompasses interactive business activities and processes related to a (potential) commercial transaction conducted through communications networks that interface with wireless devices. These systems provide the potential for organizations and users to perform various commerce-related tasks without regard to time and location (anytime from anywhere). This emerging mobile e-commerce environment presents a new set of issues. This paper identifies and categorizes some of these issues so that researchers, developers, and managers have a starting point for focusing their activities within the emerging m-commerce domain. Our examination finds categories that include technological (both client and infrastructure) issues, application issues, and areas for future research.

DOI
10.17705/1CAIS.00803
Citation Information
Peter Tarasewich, Robert C. Nickerson and Merrill Warkentin. "Issues in Mobile E-Commerce" (2002)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/merrillwarkentin/3/