The Impact of Coporate Website on Dissemination of Research Information Among Stakeholders in Nigeria
Keywords:website, Health Institute, Economics/social Institute, web portal and authority
This study accesses the influence of an official website as one that has been licensed by using an authority to signify itself or its houses online. Individuals, companies, governments, and different organizations can be such an authority. An internet portal is a web-based platform that gives employees, clients and suppliers with a single get right of entry to factor to information.8 A web portal can be used to supply the consumer with customized data such as employee training, protection manuals or a customer profile. A web portal can additionally be used to beautify the collaboration of information and improve the way employees, customers and suppliers interact with your commercial enterprise . There are couple of reasons why an MSMEs will seem toward net portal development. This study was once made in two classes of lookup institutes: Health institutes and economic/social institutes. Comparison figures point out that there is no sizable difference in phrases of presence of a respectable website of Health Institutes and Economic/social institutes. Health Institutes have extra capability to diffuse their improvements to public than Economic/social institutes, using their website as a verbal exchange device of lookup findings dissemination. The comparisons of use of professional website, goal audiences were carried out as well as reliability check in percentages to allow conclusive results.
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