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Published on March 13, 2008

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Jackie Williamson Small Business Service National ICT Regional Director West Midlands:  Jackie Williamson Small Business Service National ICT Regional Director West Midlands Slide2:  E Commerce within an integrated E Government Strategy Benefits to Small and Medium Size Businesses Information Communication and Technology:  Information Communication and Technology Contributes 25% to UK Growth ………..Recent Study by London Economics Agenda:  Agenda Helping Businesses UK Business Population Government on Line, structure of support for SMEs Issues in Supporting SMEs Afternoon Workshop A Look at the UK:  A Look at the UK Population UK 59.8 million GDP (2000) £945 billion 3.7 million companies Business Population:  Business Population 500+ 250 - 500 200 - 250 20 - 200 1 - 19 0 Sole Traders 3515 3220 1570 69570 1274730 2324340 Number of Businesses Number employees Total 3.7 million (Source: ONS Feb 2002) 98% 2% UK Yield on ICT Investment:  UK Yield on ICT Investment (Source: London Economics) Total Growth Manufacturing Financial Transport, Wholesale Intermediation & Retail Government on Line:  Government on Line DTI Small Business Service UK on line 4 Business Business Support Specialist ICT Advise Business Links Small – Medium Businesses Government on Line:  Government on Line DTI Small Business Service UK on line 4 Business Business Support Specialist ICT Advise Regional Development Agency Business Links Small – Medium Businesses Trading online by size:  Trading online by size (Source: International Benchmarking Study) E Government & e Commerce:  E Government & e Commerce Government Targets By 2003 - 1.5 million small & medium businesses will be connected to the internet - 1 million trading on line Where we are now in 2003 ? - 1.6 million connected - Trading on line target not met Benefits / drivers:  Benefits / drivers (Source: International Benchmarking Study) e business Changes the way companies conduct business:  e business Changes the way companies conduct business Lastminute.com – ‘ranked as the leading online travel agency across Europe’ Airline tickets Hotel rooms Package holidays Entertainment tickets Resturants reservations Gifts and auctions The benefits grow with use:  The benefits grow with use Operational Saving / A shop window Enhanced customer Efficiencies to the world & supplier relations The benefits Internal use Establish Enable Generate Web site transactions interactions Transform core Barriers:  Barriers (Source: International Benchmarking 2002) Model of e-adoption ladder:  e-mail website e-commerce e-business transformed organisations Business benefits Extent of organisational change & sophistication - efficient internal and external communications - place in worldwide market - window on worldwide suppliers - order and pay online, reducing transaction costs - maximise accessibility and speed - integrate supply chain so manufacture and delivery become seamless - minimise waste at every stage of the supply chain - open systems of information for customers, suppliers and partners - new business models based on interworking between organisations and individuals Adapted from Cisco led Information Age Partnership study on e-commerce in small business Model of e-adoption ladder Model of e-adoption ladder:  e-mail website e-commerce transformed organisations Business benefits Extent of organisational change & sophistication - efficient internal and external communications - place in worldwide market - window on worldwide suppliers - order and pay online, reducing transaction costs - maximise accessibility and speed - integrate supply chain so manufacture and delivery become seamless - minimise waste at every stage of the supply chain - open systems of information for customers, suppliers and partners - new business models based on interworking between organisations and individuals Adapted from Cisco led Information Age Partnership study on e-commerce in small business Model of e-adoption ladder e-business e-business:  People Processes Technology Environment Skills Management Leadership Security Regulation e-business Broadband Wireless H/W Buy-side Sell-side Inside Culture BACS Economy Workshop:  Workshop Scene setting – results of International Benchmarking Study/ Europe, Canada, Australia How to overcome the barriers for implementation Tools for business support organisation SME successes Framework for implementation Slide20:  Achieving the targets

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