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Información tecnológica

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Abstract

AREVALO-AVECILLAS, Danny X; PADILLA-LOZANO, Carmen P; BUSTAMANTE-UBILLA, Miguel A  and  VIDAL-SILVA, Cristian L. Contrasting the Business Productivity Paradox of the use of Information Technology: the Ecuadorian Case. Inf. tecnol. [online]. 2017, vol.28, n.1, pp.171-178. ISSN 0718-0764.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-07642017000100017.

The present article analyses the paradox of the business productivity of the use of information technologies (IT) by examining the impact of the deviccs and functionalitics on the financial yicld of the consultant companics. The investigation is of correlational non-experimental type, of traverse court and of deductive logic. The use of computers, internet, mobile devices, electronic trade, adoption of the page web, calculation in the cloud and software of open code, on the results of the companics, were analyzed. Data were collectce by means of the survey method and through a questionnaire directed to the owncrs and managers of 254 companics. The results contrast the paradox of the productivity of the TI and it concludcs that the mobile ecviccs, the adoption of place web, the use of software of open code and the technology in the cloud, positivcly influcnce productivity of the Ecuadorian consultant companics.

Keywords : information technologies; IT; productivity; business processes performance.

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