Technologies of the Administration and Perenity of Micro And Small Enterprises

Ilmar Polary Pereira

Abstract


The article, which aimed at analyzing the contributions of the Technologies of the Administration, among them the Administration for Integrated Sustainability, in the perenity of the micro and small enterprises, investigated, based on the literature and on  field research, investigated "how can the Technologies of Administration contribute with the perenity of the micro and small industrial companies and of services rendered in the sample"? The data were extracted from secondary sources. In the field, the universe was of 1.700 industrial companies and 15.112 of services rendered, in 170 municipal districts, with proportional stratified random sample, considering each economical category of the Gross Domestic Product. In the investigation, the used technique was the questionnaire and the data received statistical treatment, with analysis of the variables, components and dimensions of the Technologies of the Administration, variance analysis and correlation test. The results and conclusions suggest that the Technologies of the Administration favor the perenity of the industrial companies and of services rendered of the sample.

Keywords


Technology; Innovation; Micro and Small Enterprise; Administration for Integrated Sustainability; Perenity

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