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Digital integration, with its Information Technology (IT) infrastructure, and its applications of e-government, e-commerce, e-learning, and other e-applications, is becoming of increasing
importance, as a vital tool for development, both nationally and internationally. During the last decade, many leaders in government, business, and social organizations around the globe have considered how best to harness the power of IT for development. E-readiness assessments are meant to guide development efforts by providing some suitable tools for comparison and gauging progress. Several e-readiness initiatives have been launched to help countries in this area, and numerous e-readiness assessment tools have been created and used by different groups, each looking at various aspects of IT, society, and the economy.
This paper is concerned with the comparison of the e-readiness in three Islamic countries including