STATE OF E-BUSINESS IN THE BULGARIAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY Report for CIB TG83СЪСТОЯНИЕ НА ЕЛЕКТРОННИЯ БИЗНЕС В БЪЛГАРСКАТА СТРОИТЕЛНА ИНДУСТРИЯ Доклад за CIB TG83

Robert Eadie, Nikolay Stankov, Yatshko Ivanov, Srinath Perera

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This report is part of the outputs from the TG83 e-business in construction working group of CIB. The TG83 is an international collaboration forum established to generate a programme of actions directed at identifying best practice and promoting e-business in construction. It was established in March 2011 with the objectives of conducting joint research with interested parties; to appraise and promote the use of web-based technologies for collaboration and e-business in construction; and to provide a forum for discussion, debate and evaluation of technologies, research and concepts in the area. TG83 defines e-business as the use of Information Technologies in business processes. This often leads to process innovation with the use of enabling technologies such as the internet, CAD, BIM, cloud-based technologies, GIS among others. This survey and the report have been produced as a key output of TG83 in association with the Bulgarian Construction Chamber.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
Number of pages31
Publication statusPublished - 17 Aug 2017

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  • e-business
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On the Adoption of Computing and IT by Industry: The Case for Integration in Early Building Design. In I. Smith, ed. (2006).Intelligent Computing in Engineering and Architecture: 13th EG-ICE Workshop 2006, Ascona, Switzerland, June 25-30, 2006, pp.62-73. Available On-line at: http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=6Ia55DFYI6AC&dq=Undoubtedly+professionals+in+the+are+now+routinely+using+computing&source=gbs_navlinks_s [Accessed July 2017]. Berg, B.J. van den (2015) Can niche players benefit from social media strategy?, Available on-line at http://essay.utwente.nl/67216/ [Accessed July 2017]. Bowmaster, J., Rankin, J., and Perera, S. (2016), E-Business in the Atlantic Canadian Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) Industry, Canada, University of New Brunswick. ISBN: 978-90-803022-5-9. Available On-line at: http://site.cibworld.nl/dl/publications/E-business{\%}20Survey{\%}20Report.pdf [Accessed July 2017]. Cordella, A. and Tempini, N. (2015) E-government and organizational change: Reappraising the role of ICT and bureaucracy in public service delivery, Government Information Quarterly, Vol. 32 (3), Pp. 279-286. Duan, J., Faker, P., Fesak,A. and Stuart, T. (2012), Benefits and drawbacks of Cloud-Based Versus Traditional ERP Systems, in Proceedings of the 2012-13 course on Advanced Resource Planning, Available on-line at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/235759024_Benefits_and_Drawbacks_of_Cloud-Based_versus_Traditional_ERP_Systems [Accessed July 2017]. Eadie, R. and Perera, S (2016), The State of Construction e-Business in the UK: Report for the CIB TG83 Construction E-business Working Group. Construct IT for Business, UK. Pp.1-29 ISBN: 978 -1- 907842 - 86 – 3. Eadie, R. and McClean, M. (2015), An Investigation of Interoperability Issues Between Building Information Modelling (BIM) And E-Procurement, in Proceedings of the 5th International Education, Science and Innovations conference, Pernik, Bulgaria, European Polytechnical University 10-11 June 2015, Pg 7-12 Eadie, R., Browne, M., Odeyinka, H., McKeown, C., and McNiff, S. (2013), BIM implementation throughout the UK construction project lifecycle: An analysis, In Automation in Construction, Vol.36, Pp.145-151. Eadie, R., Odeyinka, H., Browne, M., McKeown, C., and Yohanis, M. (2013b), An analysis of the drivers for adopting building information modelling, Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITcon), Vol. 18, pg. 338-352, http://www.itcon.org/2013/17 Eadie, R., Millar, P. , Perera, S. , Heaney, G. , Barton, G. (2012). ‘E-readiness of construction contract forms and e-tendering software’. International Journal of Procurement Management. Vol. 5, 1, pp. 1-26. Eadie R, Perera S, Heaney G (2011) Key process area mapping in the production of an e-capability maturity model for UK construction organisations in Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction, Vol. 16 No. 3, 2011, pp. 197-210 Eadie R, Perera S, Heaney G (2010a) A cross-discipline comparison of rankings for eprocurement drivers and barriers within UK construction organisations, Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITcon), Vol. 15, pg. 217-233, http://www.itcon.org/2010/17 [Accessed July 2017]. Eadie R., Perera S., and Heaney G. (2010b), Identification of E-Procurement Drivers and Barriers for UK Construction Organisations and Ranking of these from the Perspective of Quantity Surveyors, ITcon Vol. 15, pp. 23-43, Available online at: http://www.itcon.org/2010/2 [Accessed July 2017]. European Union (EU) (2016), Rollout of e-procurement in the EU, Available on-line from https://ec.europa.eu/docsroom/documents/16332/attachments/1/translations/en/renditions/pdf [Accessed July 2017]. Fulford, R. and Standing, C. (2014) Construction Industry Productivity and potential for collaborative practice. International Journal of Project Management, Vol. 32, pp 315-326. Gajendran, T. and Perera, S. (2016), The Australian Construction e‐Business Review, Australian Institute of Building, ISBN 978-0-6480003-0-3. Available on-line at: http://site.cibworld.nl/dl/publications/TG83_Australian{\%}20e-business{\%}20Report{\%}202016.pdf [Accessed July 2017]. Gerstner L. (2002), Who says elephants can’t dance, New York Harper Collins Publishers Inc. USA. Green, J. (2016), Bulgaria’s construction industry to reach US$10.9 billion in 2020, World Cement, Available online at https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/07062016/bulgaria-construction-industry-billion-2020-238/ [Accessed July 2017]. Griloa A and Jardim-Goncalves R (2010), Challenging electronic procurement in the AEC sector: A BIM-based integrated perspective, in Automation in Construction Vol 20 (2) 107-114. Isaac, S. and Micheal, W.B. (1998).Handbook in Research and Evaluation.In Hill, R. (1998). What Sample Size is ‘Enough’ in Internet Survey Research? Interpersonal Computing and Technology: An electronic Journal for the 21st Century. Available on-line at: http://reconstrue.co.nz/IPCT-J{\%}20Vol{\%}206{\%}20Robin{\%}20hill{\%}20SampleSize.pdf [Accessed July 2017]. Issa, R. Flood, I., and Caglasin, G. (2003), A Survey of E-Business Implementation in the US Construction Industry, Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITcon), Vol. 8., pp. 15-28, Available on-line at: http://www.itcon.org/papers/2003_2.content.01809.pdf [Accessed July 2017]. Kumar, B., Cheng, J. and McGibbney, L. 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Matthews, J., Love, P., Heinemann, S., Chandler, R., Rumsey, C., and Olatunj, O. (2015), Real time progress management: Re-engineering processes for cloud-based BIM in construction, Automation in Construction, Vol. 58, October 2015, Pp. 38-47. Neef, D. (2001), e-procurement from strategy to implementation. New Jersey: Prentice Hall PTR. National Statistics Institute (NSI) (2016), Employed persons - Total of economy, Available on-line at http://www.nsi.bg/en/content/5519/employed-persons-total-economy [Accessed July 2017]. Papazoglou, M. (2001), Agent-oriented technology in support of e-business, Communications of the ACM, Vol. 44 Issue 4, April 2001. Available on-line at: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=367268 [Accessed July 2017]. Perera, S., Ingirige, B., Ruikar, K. and Obonyo, E. (2017), Advances in Construction ICT and E-Business, Routledge, UK, Abingdon. Redwood, J., Thelning, S., Elmualim, A., and Pullen, S. 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(2015) E-government and organizational change: Reappraising the role of ICT and bureaucracy in public service delivery, Government Information Quarterly, Vol. 32 (3), Pp. 279-286. Duan, J., Faker, P., Fesak,A. and Stuart, T. (2012), Benefits and drawbacks of Cloud-Based Versus Traditional ERP Systems, in Proceedings of the 2012-13 course on Advanced Resource Planning, Available on-line at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/235759024_Benefits_and_Drawbacks_of_Cloud-Based_versus_Traditional_ERP_Systems [Accessed July 2017]. Eadie, R. and Perera, S (2016), The State of Construction e-Business in the UK: Report for the CIB TG83 Construction E-business Working Group. Construct IT for Business, UK. Pp.1-29 ISBN: 978 -1- 907842 - 86 – 3. Eadie, R. and McClean, M. (2015), An Investigation of Interoperability Issues Between Building Information Modelling (BIM) And E-Procurement, in Proceedings of the 5th International Education, Science and Innovations conference, Pernik, Bulgaria, European Polytechnical University 10-11 June 2015, Pg 7-12 Eadie, R., Browne, M., Odeyinka, H., McKeown, C., and McNiff, S. (2013), BIM implementation throughout the UK construction project lifecycle: An analysis, In Automation in Construction, Vol.36, Pp.145-151. Eadie, R., Odeyinka, H., Browne, M., McKeown, C., and Yohanis, M. (2013b), An analysis of the drivers for adopting building information modelling, Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITcon), Vol. 18, pg. 338-352, http://www.itcon.org/2013/17 Eadie, R., Millar, P. , Perera, S. , Heaney, G. , Barton, G. (2012). ‘E-readiness of construction contract forms and e-tendering software’. International Journal of Procurement Management. Vol. 5, 1, pp. 1-26. Eadie R, Perera S, Heaney G (2011) Key process area mapping in the production of an e-capability maturity model for UK construction organisations in Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction, Vol. 16 No. 3, 2011, pp. 197-210 Eadie R, Perera S, Heaney G (2010a) A cross-discipline comparison of rankings for eprocurement drivers and barriers within UK construction organisations, Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITcon), Vol. 15, pg. 217-233, http://www.itcon.org/2010/17 [Accessed July 2017]. Eadie R., Perera S., and Heaney G. (2010b), Identification of E-Procurement Drivers and Barriers for UK Construction Organisations and Ranking of these from the Perspective of Quantity Surveyors, ITcon Vol. 15, pp. 23-43, Available online at: http://www.itcon.org/2010/2 [Accessed July 2017]. European Union (EU) (2016), Rollout of e-procurement in the EU, Available on-line from https://ec.europa.eu/docsroom/documents/16332/attachments/1/translations/en/renditions/pdf [Accessed July 2017]. Fulford, R. and Standing, C. (2014) Construction Industry Productivity and potential for collaborative practice. International Journal of Project Management, Vol. 32, pp 315-326. Gajendran, T. and Perera, S. (2016), The Australian Construction e‐Business Review, Australian Institute of Building, ISBN 978-0-6480003-0-3. Available on-line at: http://site.cibworld.nl/dl/publications/TG83_Australian%20e-business%20Report%202016.pdf [Accessed July 2017]. Gerstner L. (2002), Who says elephants can’t dance, New York Harper Collins Publishers Inc. USA. Green, J. (2016), Bulgaria’s construction industry to reach US$10.9 billion in 2020, World Cement, Available online at https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/07062016/bulgaria-construction-industry-billion-2020-238/ [Accessed July 2017]. Griloa A and Jardim-Goncalves R (2010), Challenging electronic procurement in the AEC sector: A BIM-based integrated perspective, in Automation in Construction Vol 20 (2) 107-114. Isaac, S. and Micheal, W.B. (1998).Handbook in Research and Evaluation.In Hill, R. (1998). What Sample Size is ‘Enough’ in Internet Survey Research? Interpersonal Computing and Technology: An electronic Journal for the 21st Century. Available on-line at: http://reconstrue.co.nz/IPCT-J%20Vol%206%20Robin%20hill%20SampleSize.pdf [Accessed July 2017]. Issa, R. Flood, I., and Caglasin, G. (2003), A Survey of E-Business Implementation in the US Construction Industry, Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITcon), Vol. 8., pp. 15-28, Available on-line at: http://www.itcon.org/papers/2003_2.content.01809.pdf [Accessed July 2017]. Kumar, B., Cheng, J. and McGibbney, L. (2010) Cloud computing and its implications for construction IT, in: International Computing Conference on Civil and Building Engineering, 2010. Available on-line at: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jack_Cheng4/publication/264880713_Cloud_Computing_and_its_Implications_for_Construction_IT/links/54cf5f090cf24601c0933fce.pdf [Accessed July 2017]. Li, F. (2006), What is e-business? : How the Internet Transforms Organizations, United States: Wiley Blackwell. Liao, T., Wang,M., and Tserng, H.(2002). A framework of electronic tendering for government procurement: a lesson learned in Taiwan, Vol 11., Iss. 6, 731–742. Martin, J. (2003), e-Procurement and Extranets in the UK Construction Industry, in TS6 Current Developments in Construction Economics, FIG Working Week 2003, Paris, France, April 13-17, 2003. Available on-line at: https://www.fig.net/resources/proceedings/fig_proceedings/fig_2003/TS_6/TS6_4_Martin.pdf [Accessed July 2017]. Matthews, J., Love, P., Heinemann, S., Chandler, R., Rumsey, C., and Olatunj, O. (2015), Real time progress management: Re-engineering processes for cloud-based BIM in construction, Automation in Construction, Vol. 58, October 2015, Pp. 38-47. Neef, D. (2001), e-procurement from strategy to implementation. New Jersey: Prentice Hall PTR. National Statistics Institute (NSI) (2016), Employed persons - Total of economy, Available on-line at http://www.nsi.bg/en/content/5519/employed-persons-total-economy [Accessed July 2017]. Papazoglou, M. (2001), Agent-oriented technology in support of e-business, Communications of the ACM, Vol. 44 Issue 4, April 2001. Available on-line at: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=367268 [Accessed July 2017]. Perera, S., Ingirige, B., Ruikar, K. and Obonyo, E. (2017), Advances in Construction ICT and E-Business, Routledge, UK, Abingdon. Redwood, J., Thelning, S., Elmualim, A., and Pullen, S. (2017) The Proliferation of ICT and Digital Technology Systems and their Influence on the Dynamic Capabilities of Construction Firms, Procedia Engineering, Vol. 180, 2017, Pp. 804-811, ISSN 1877-7058. Rubin, A. and Babbie, E. (2009) Research Methods of Social Work, Thomson Wadsworth, UK Tang, G. (2015), System Integration of PLM and ERP Based on Cloud computing, in proceedings of International Symposium on Knowledge Acquisition and Modeling (KAM 2015), Available on-line at www.atlantis-press.com/php/download_paper.php?id=25419 [Accessed July 2017]. Zarli, A., Yurchyshyna, A., Le Thanh, N., Faron Zucker, C. (2009). Towards an ontology-based approach for formalizing expert knowledge in the conformity-checking model in construction. In eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction ECPPM, 2008. Taylor & Francis, Pp.447–456. Zhua, Z. Zhaoa, J. Tangb, X. and Zhanga, Y. 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