The IT revolution has affected the entire world by producing an Internet-based, digital economy in which geographical distance and borders have become less of an obstacle to global trade. Thanks to IT, developing countries in every region of the world have the opportunity to break out of the mould of raw material supplier to the developed nations and experience unprecedented growth in the Internet economy as producers too. The challenges faced by developing countries in harnessing the full potential of IT are not really very different from those that confronted the US in its journey toward an Internet economy. The responses, however, need not necessarily be the same for two reasons. First, it pays to learn from the mistakes of others. Secondly, the cultural differences between nations demands localization of the change management process that any IT deployment requires. This volume discusses the possible pitfalls and triumphs involved when implementing this entity into the structure of a developing country.