Australian Bureau of Statistics
8129.0 - Business Use of Information Technology, 2009-10 Quality Declaration
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 25/08/2011
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Information about the business was the most common type of feature across all employment size groups. Businesses with 200 or more persons employed were generally the most likely to have more sophisticated web features. For example, businesses with 200 or more persons employed were more likely to have
automated link with back-end systems than the smaller employment size groups.
Web features at the industry level were similarly high for information about the business (16 of the 17 industry divisions had over 89%) and enquiry or contact facility, where all industries were over 80%. In the case of the more sophisticated web features, the percentages were driven by the nature of the transactions undertaken in each industry. For example, Retail trade was highest for web features that aid online purchasing, such as online ordering, shopping cart facilities, online payment capabilities and facility to track orders.
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