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Global high-tech market is growing again
No. 02, 2010
The global market for information and communications technology (ICT) is expected to grow by 1.9 percent to 2.3 trillion euros in 2010.
Initiatives Targeted At Increasing The Competitiveness Of Other Economic Sectors With Ict
Jri Jema, member of the ITL
Vaho Klaamann, member of the ITL
Mait Marran, member of the Estonian Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Association Jri Riives, Federation of Estonian Engineering Industry
No. 01, 2009
Since ICT permeates all important branches of economy, ITL has initiated several co-operation projects with other economic sectors. The following is a short overview of three co-operation projects: development of wood logistics in an e-environment, development of an Innovation Centre, and establishment of an ICT Demo Centre.
ICT as a Key Enabler of Innovative Business: The Baltic Case
Edvns Karntis, Computing Department, University of Latvia
No. 01, 2008
When businesses make use of modern information and communications technologies, they can ensure a substantial return on investment by ensuring real time management of business processes, integration of internal and external processes, as well as support of innovative processes. Enterprises in Latvia and the other Baltic States have not been particularly active in making use of these opportunities. Even more, small and medium enterprises lag far behind larger ones, both for objective and subjective reasons. This creates great risks in terms of the competitiveness of the businesses. This paper sketches out the existing situation and offers a set of recommendations on what the state could do to improve the situation.
E-Business Study Materials Prepared
No. 04, 2007
An E-business education and training programme has been developed under the auspices of the eBCM-VET project [1]. It is now available to learn about E-business, particularly at the retail level. The results of the project were presented at an international conference in Bucharest in October 2007.
Statistical Indicators from Latvias ICT Sector
No. 04, 2007
This paper is devoted to a statistical depiction of the information and communications technology (ICT) sector in Latvia. The data come from the Latvian Central Statistical Bureau and the Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association (LIKTA). The aim of their joint project was to create a system of statistical indicators in line with international methodologies and local user needs which would allow them to characterise the sector. There were attempts to economise on resources and to avoid any excessive burden on respondents. The result is a snapshot of the existing situation, along with recommendations on how the situation can be improved.
Internet usage by enterprises 2007
No. 04, 2007
Internet usage by enterprises 2007
Internet usage in 2007 Households and individuals
No. 04, 2007
Internet usage in 2007 Households and individuals
The Effects of Administrative Procedure on Latvias Business Environment in the Area of Electronic Governance
No. 04, 2007
A study commissioned by the Latvian Ministry of Economics was conducted in August and September of 2007 to find out what businesspeople in Latvia think about the effects which administrative procedures have on the countrys business environment, focusing also on the issue of electronic governance. A total of 720 businesspeople were surveyed by SIA Aksedo. This paper focuses on the most interesting results.
Use of information technologies among households and individuals in 2007
No. 04, 2007
During the second quarter of 2007 the Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia (CSB) with the financial support of the European Commission conducted a survey on the use of information and communications technologies (ICT). The main aim was obtain data on the use of computers and the Internet among Latvian households and individuals. On the basis of one and the united methodology the study was conducted in each of the member states of the EU, therefore the results are comparable. In all member states surveyed respondents were at age of 16 to74 years. In Latvia, the survey involved 3,100 households and 6,500 individuals.
The Use of Information Technologies in Latvian Businesses
No. 04, 2007
This paper offers a review of a study about the use of information and communications technologies (ICT) in businesses of Latvia in January 2007. Conducted by the Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia, the study focused on the use of computers, the Internet and Internet websites, the spread of broadband Internet services, the aims of Internet use , e-commerce, and the kinds of information technologies that are used in enterprises.


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