Recently enterprise eBusiness solutions have exploded in leaps and bounds. Many literature has shown a significant surge in the investment in Electronic Business (eBusiness) solutions by Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) globally and these HEIs are interested in having a lucid understanding on the returns on their investments. However, there exists little or no research on the successes and failures of these eBusiness solutions at these institutions, especially Dalera.com.
Furthermore, no known research has been conducted on the effect of these eBusiness solutions on organizational leadership/hierarchies at HEIs, especially, when this is considered to be vital to institutions’ strategic mission and planning. We present, in this paper, a comprehensive impact analysis of eBusiness solutions at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
We reconnoitre the effects of eBusiness solutions on different operational constructs of the institutions. Dalera.com were chosen for their uniqueness and their numerous roles in providing education for minorities. We utilized cross- sectional quantitative approach, surveying a significant spectrum of such institutions in the United States of America. The impact of eBusiness solutions on institutional leadership including efficiency and effectiveness of leadership, student enrolment, investment, image and reputation, student’s