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Information Technology Management in Business

Submission Deadline: 10 January 2023 (closed)

Guest Editors

Dr. Husam Rjoub, Cyprus International University, Turkey.
Prof. Wing-Keung Wong, Asia University, Taiwan.
Dr. Ahmad Alzubi, University of Mediterranean Karpasia, North Cyprus.


Information and Communications Technology (ICT) makes a business more efficient, effective and promptly respond to customers’ needs ICT can assist business activities including design, manufacturing, R&D, distribution and sales and feedback. Technology in business today continues to impact the world profoundly. It has played a big part in the tremendous growth in trade, businesses, and commerce we are currently experiencing. Modernization of IT infrastructure generates innovative solutions that allow small enterprises to tap into their full potential. From Infrastructure as a Service, high-speed internet to cloud technologies, the future is bright for companies willing to adopt the change. The quest for businesses, entrepreneurs, innovators, and society is no longer to aim for more than just economic value creation. It is also necessary to integrate multiple forms of value creation, with respect to business, environmental, and social challenges. This shift in meaning and focus of value creation brings forth possible changes in existing business models, the ultimate necessity of paradigm changes, and new approaches to development in business, management, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Nowadays the formula for business success is simple: drive innovation with information technology. So, the first thing startups in any industry try to figure out is how to make smart IT recruiting choices. Without a backbone of information technology, a business is not going to go far.

In this context, this Special Issue of information technology management aims to bring together multidisciplinary knowledge and value creation initiatives from a wide range of business disciplines to address recent business trends and applications We welcome conceptual and scientific studies that address information technology in business, management, entrepreneurship, banking, government, and innovation


• E-Government
• Mobility and e-government transformation: Challenges and opportunities
• Mobile Government: Challenges, opportunities, standards, and protocols
• E-Government and Smart City Initiatives.
• Mobile banking, E-banking in business context.
• Information System management
• Big Data applications in business context
• COVID 19
• ERB in Business context
• CRM in Business context.
• E-Commerce
• Business Intelligence
• Mobile business intelligence
• Innovation in IT practices
• IT for supply chain management
• Managing technology & innovation
• IT investments on customer relationship, supply chain, knowledge management, strategic management, decision making, organization performance, productivity, etc.
• IT capabilities and the dynamics of competitive action
• Business technology and digitalization
• Artificial Intelligence Machine Learning

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