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  • E-Commerce Adoption By Insurance Companies In Kenya 

    Maragia, Alexander (University Of Nairobi, 2016)
    E-commerce helps companies establish stronger relationships with business partners and suppliers, as it enhances the process of selling and buying products by both the company and the consumer, which essentially affect the ...
  • E-Commerce adoption by small and medium enterprises (SMEs)A case study of selected firms in Kenya 

    Wanyonyi, Reuben W (School of Computing and Informatics, University of Nairobi, 2010)
    According to the study conducted by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in 2004, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) playa very important role in society; they provide employment to over 3.2 million people and ...
  • An E-Corruption Control Framework For The Kenya Public Sector 

    Kizito, Thomas (University of Nairobi, 2015)
    Information security is subjective and contextual therefore, every organizations approach to a security strategy should be different and customized accordingly, because each organization has its own threats risks and ...
  • E-government in Kenya: a conceptual framework to increase public participation 

    Angolo, Shem M (School of Computing and Informatics, University of Nairobi, 2009)
    The Kenya government has been making significant attempts to make its services and information on the Internet available in the recent past. The success of these efforts depends to a great extent, on how well the targeted ...
  • E-learning acceptance in Kenyan Universities: An extension of Rogers diffusion of innovation theory 

    Hadullo, Kennedy O (University of NairobiSchool of Computing and Informatics, 2010)
    This study investigates the factors that influence the acceptance and adoption of asynchronous e-learning systems in Kenyan universities and presents a conceptual model based on Rogers‟s diffusion of innovation theory. The ...
  • E-learning development in kenya an empirical analysis of critical factors that affects learners' satisfaction in e-learning in institution of higher learning in kenya 

    Ndigirigi, Alexander N (University of NairobiSchool of Computing and Informatics, 2012)
    The trend of using e-Iearning as learning and lor tool is rapidly expanding in education sector both in developing and developed countries. In Kenya e-Iearning has been adopted in both private and public institutions of ...
  • E-Learning readiness assessment: a case of higher education institutions in Kabul, Aghanistan. 

    Muga, Tom O (School of Computing and Informatics, 2009)
    E-learning has helped many nations to generate, disseminate, use, and expand internet based learning among citizens for the benefit of society and the economy. While faced with the challenge caused by many years of wars ...
  • E-logistics implementation among logistics service providers in Kenya 

    Mutisya, Morris M (University of Nairobi, 2016-10)
    New business technologies have been in use for a number of years now with nearly every sector involved in selling or products and services implementing technology as part of their processes where customers are able to ...
  • An E-Payment system for Local E-Commerce 

    Chinweike, Udogwu (School of computing and informatics, University of Nairobi, 2008)
    Problem Statement The problem under investigation pertains to the lack ofInternet merchant accounts to enable local merchants to sell their goods and services and receive payments conveniently over the Internet. This ...
  • E-procurement model for the public sector of Kenya 

    Malela, Grace A (University of NairobiSchool of Computing and Informatics, 2010)
    The public procurement in the Kenyan has been undergoing reforms starting with the Public Procurement and Disposal Act 2005 that saw the creation of Public Procurement Oversight Authority. The next step was the implementation ...
  • E-procurement policy framework and strategy for Kenya 

    Jaoko, Eric Egdar (Institute of computer science university of Nairobi, 2001)
    Ethical paucity augmented by "self' propagating culture have been found to be major challenges in the Kenyan business fraternity. The researcher has endeavored to establish the extent of the problem by studying ...
  • E-Readiness assessment in microfinance institutions in Kenya 

    Kalui, Dorothy M (School of Computing and Informatics, 2009)
    The growing importance of the Internet world and technological innovations has become a major catalyst for change in many business operations and processes including the financial sector players. In fact, Internet-based ...
  • E-Readiness for networked learning in East African Universities 

    Muli, Judith M (School of Computing and Informatics, 2011)
    Academic growth in universities depends increasingly on information and communications technologies (lCT's) and the abilities of all stakeholders to collect, process, and use digital information in teaching, learning, ...
  • e-Solution for Fish Marketing in Lake Victoria: Case Study of Muhuru Bay and Kirongwe 

    Rabala, Paul OH (School of Computing and Informatics, University of Nairobi, 2012)
    Lake Victoria is the second largest fresh water body in the world after Lake Superior and the largest in Africa. With its 69,000 km2 cover, the lake was designated as an economic growth zone with the potential to develop ...
  • E-verification-A case of academic testimonials 

    Muthoni, Joseph M (University of Nairobi, 2015)
    Recruitment and selection is a core process for any organization as it serves to provide the organisation with the sufficient number of staff that has the appropriate qualities in terms of skills and experience. In such ...
  • E-voting readiness in Kenya: A case study of Nairobi 

    Emaase, Patrick M (School of Computing and Informatics, 2011)
    Developing countries have established promising e-voting initiatives with the objective of enhancing the democracy for their citizens. However, governments tend to design and launch systems based on their understanding ...
  • e-Voting System: A simulation case study of Kenya 

    Njogu, James I (University of Nairobi, 2014-09)
    It is generally considered that a key component of electronic government in the future will be electronic voting, as a means of facilitating the participation of citizens in elections and public debates. The rapid ...
  • E-waste management frame work for Kenyan Universities 

    Itere, Benson M (School of Computing and Informatics, 2012)
    Electricals and electronic industry is one of the fastest growing industries which is largely due to technological advancement. This has resulted to computers and other related equipment becoming obsolete with a very ...
  • Early warning disease response systems 

    Kinuthia, Robert M (University of NairobiSchool of Computing and Informatics, 2011)
    Infectious diseases are the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in Kenya. Identifying infectious disease outbreaks in their early stages is an important task, both for governments and international organizations ...
  • East African rainfall variability associated with the Madden-Julian Oscillation 

    Omeny, Peter A (University of NairobiDepartment of Meteorology, 2006)
    Rainfall is the most important weather parameter that affects social and economic activities in the tropics. High rainfall variability characterized by anomalous wet events and dry spells occur at intraseasonal time ...