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      Implementation of Electronic Tendering in Malaysian Construction Industry: A Case Study In The Preparation and Application of E-Tendering

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            In Malaysia, construction sector plays a significant and important role in the country's economy. One of the most important and critical phase of a construction project is tendering and procurement phase. A paper-based traditional method of undertaking procurement phase is complicated, costly and time consuming. E-Tendering is a fully digitalized process which increases the efficiency and productivity during the tendering phase. This study evaluated the challenges and benefits of implementing E-Tendering or E-Procurement in Malaysian Construction Industry

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            Journal
            10.54878/IJADT
            International Journal of Automation & Digital Transformation
            IJADT
            Emirates Scholar
            15 March 2022
            : 1
            : 1
            : 30-36
            Author notes
            Correspondence: Amir Mehdipoor ( amirhossein.mehdipoor.1@ 123456ens.etsmtl.ca )
            Article
            10.54878/IJADT.167
            5ea394ce-b50f-43c7-b034-eb6887d6544c
            ©2022Emirates Scholar

            This is an open access article published by Emirates Scholar and distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 (CC BY).


            Applied computer science,Management,Industrial organization,Information systems & theory,Business & Corporate economics,Economics
            E-Tendering, Digital Document, E-Procurement

            References

            1. Khan Raza Ali, Liew Mohd Shahir, Ghazali Zulkipli Bin. Malaysian Construction Sector and Malaysia Vision 2020: Developed Nation Status. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 109:507–513. 2014. Elsevier BV. [Cross Ref]

            2. Fernández-Mesa Anabel, Luis Ferreras-Méndez José, Alegre Joaquin, Chiva Ricardo. IT competency and the commercial success of innovation. Industrial Management & Data Systems. Vol. 114(4):550–567. 2014. Emerald. [Cross Ref]

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