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Percieved ICT facilitation, employee competences and performance of MFIs in Uganda

Moya, Musa; Wanda, Robert; Akodo, Robinah

Abstract:

The Ugandan populace of over 30% continue to leave under abject poverty despite having MFIs to help alleviate the situation. This study therefore focuses on the relationship between Perceived ICT Facilitation, Employee competences and Performance Microfinance Institutions in Uganda

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Document Title: Percieved ICT facilitation, employee competences and performance of MFIs in Uganda
Journal: Nkumba Business Journal
Volume: 9
Issue: ISSN. 1564-068X
No. of Pages: 64-93


Document Type:Journal Article (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Contributory Studies and Research Approaches
Country:South Africa
Keywords:Financial Services, Poverty, Information Technology, Ghana


File Size:232 KB
Date Added:18 June 2010


Moya, Musa; Wanda, Robert; Akodo, Robinah (2010). Percieved ICT facilitation, employee competences and performance of MFIs in Uganda