Challenges of e-Service adoption and implementation in Nigeria: lessons from Asia

Kazeem Oseni, Kate Dingley

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e-Service has moved from the usual manual and traditional way of rendering services to electronic service provision for the public and there are several reasons for implementing these services, Airline ticketing have gone from its manual traditional way to an intelligent web-driven service of purchasing. Many companies have seen their profits doubled through the use of online services in their operation and a typical example is Hewlett Packard (HP) which is rapidly transforming their after sales business into a profit generating e-service business unit. This paper will examine the various challenges confronting e-Service adoption and implementation in Nigeria and also analyse lessons learnt from e-Service adoption and implementation in Asia to see how it could be useful in Nigeria which is a lower middle income country. From the analysis of the online survey data, it has been identified that the public in Nigeria are much aware of e-Services but successful adoption and implementation have been the problems faced.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3956-3963
JournalInternational Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial Engineering
Issue number12
Publication statusPublished - 2014


  • Adoption
  • Asia
  • e-Government Service
  • Implementation
  • Nigeria


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