Abstract: Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) face tremendous challenges in their attempt to pursue innovations. Innovation has been considered as a key element for the growth of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) for a long time. This field of research has been a subject to numerous studies. In Algeria, however, very few researches have dealt with this subject. The aim of this paper is to explore the effects of the organizational, process, product and marketing innovations on the different aspects of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) performance.
Abstract: The article focuses on the problems of information security in the clouds from the point of view of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and the limitations imposed on them with regard to information technologies. The article discusses organizational and technical protection measures that are relatively easy and cheap enough to be applied by SMEs in relation to cloud security threats.
Abstract: The article deals with the theo
nationalisation. It presents the results of researching the processes of import substitution and export orientation of Russian enterprises, as well as the authors’ ideas about the scientific and methodological approaches to the development of models and stages of business internationalisation at the present stage. The article also explains the sequence of the new phases of transition at the initial stage of expansion on the domestic market and accessing foreign markets.
Abstract: This paper deals with the accounting interpretation of trade receivables for sales made by enterprises in the course of their business. Their nature, functional role, and meaning for economic entities are described in a systematic aspect. Approaches for improving the current and periodical accounting reporting of trade receivables are suggested and supported with relevant arguments. The focus of attention is on providing up-to-date, comprehensive and detailed information on the discussed subjects of accounting, according to their individual behaviour and differentiation and classification criteria set in advance.