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Maximizing Technology Acceptance Model In Accessing The Attitude Of Rural Farmers Using Ict Tools In Farming To Enhance Productivity, Francis Yao Anyan Dr., Michael Oppong Mr., Stephanie O. Ansah Mrs., Millicent Yengkangyi Ms., Akosua Boatemaa Adarkwa Mrs Jan 2023

Maximizing Technology Acceptance Model In Accessing The Attitude Of Rural Farmers Using Ict Tools In Farming To Enhance Productivity, Francis Yao Anyan Dr., Michael Oppong Mr., Stephanie O. Ansah Mrs., Millicent Yengkangyi Ms., Akosua Boatemaa Adarkwa Mrs

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The study was conducted using a multi-stage sampling technique involving simple random sampling, a probability sampling method, purposive sampling, and snowball sampling, which are non-probability methods. Two regions, namely, the Greater Accra and Eastern were purposively selected for the study. In the Greater Accra Region, Ada East District was selected while in the Eastern Region Asuogyaman District. In Greater Accra, the study was conducted in six farming villages namely: Big Ada, Dogo, Kasseh, Addokope, Korlekope, and Bedeku. In Eastern regions, the study was conducted in Asogyaman, where Tortibo, Sappor, Yenease, Adina Donor, and Ankyease. A snowball strategy was relied on …


E-Payment Adoption In Saudi Arabia, Alexander N. Chen, Joseph Y. Thomas, Mark E. Mcmurtrey Ph.D., Michael E. Ellis Jan 2022

E-Payment Adoption In Saudi Arabia, Alexander N. Chen, Joseph Y. Thomas, Mark E. Mcmurtrey Ph.D., Michael E. Ellis

Journal of International Technology and Information Management

Internet technology has influenced banking systems because of its capability to enhance the performance of financial operations. Several factors influence the adoption of new technology within the financial industry. Namely the customers’ perception of benefit, quality, Ease of Use, Security, Self-Efficacy, and Trust. However, various cultures and geopolitical issues influence technology adoption and are therefore worth further study. This paper focuses on the factors that influence the behaviors of Saudi Arabians and their adoption of e-payment systems. The paper shows the fundamental discoveries of an investigation examining the dispersion and the adoption of e-payment technology in …


Relationship Between Perceived Usefulness, Ease Of Use, And Acceptance Of Business Intelligence Systems, Christina Ndiwa Sandema-Sombe Jan 2019

Relationship Between Perceived Usefulness, Ease Of Use, And Acceptance Of Business Intelligence Systems, Christina Ndiwa Sandema-Sombe

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

In retail, the explosion of data sources and data has provided incentive to invest in information systems (IS), which enable leaders to understand the market and make timely decisions to improve performance. Given that users’ perceptions of IS affects their use of IS, understanding the factors influencing user acceptance is critical to acquiring an effective business intelligence system (BIS) for an organization. Grounded in the technology acceptance model theory, the purpose of this correlational study was to examine the relationship between perceived usefulness (PU), perceived ease of use (PEOU), and user acceptance of business intelligence systems (BIS) in retail organizations. …


Technology Acceptance Model Limitations And Criticisms: Exploring The Practical Applications And Use In Technology-Related Studies, Mixed-Method, And Qualitative Researches, Patrick Ajibade Jul 2018

Technology Acceptance Model Limitations And Criticisms: Exploring The Practical Applications And Use In Technology-Related Studies, Mixed-Method, And Qualitative Researches, Patrick Ajibade

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Many researchers have been citing the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) because of the simplicity of the model without considering actual applications in their studies. This paper presented some of the criticisms and limitations of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), taking into consideration, the use of the model technology-related studies across various disciplines particularly in social sciences, educations and management researches. The TAM limitations, critiques and criticism were presented based on the literature review, the model suitability and practical application of the model within enterprises and institutional context. The paper used a desktop research approach. The paper objective addressed the limitation and …


Understanding The Determinants Affecting The Continuance Intention To Use Cloud Computing, Shailja Tripathi Dr. Oct 2017

Understanding The Determinants Affecting The Continuance Intention To Use Cloud Computing, Shailja Tripathi Dr.

Journal of International Technology and Information Management

Cloud computing has been progressively implemented in the organizations. The purpose of the paper is to understand the fundamental factors influencing the senior manager’s continuance intention to use cloud computing in organizations. A conceptual framework was developed by using the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) as a base theoretical model. A questionnaire was used to collect the data from several companies in IT, manufacturing, finance, pharmaceutical and retail sectors in India. The data analysis was done using structural equation modeling technique. Perceived usefulness and perceived ubiquity are identified as important factors that affect continuance intention to use cloud computing. In addition, …


Healthcare System-Use Behavior: A Systematic Review Of Its Determinants, Jiming Wu Jan 2016

Healthcare System-Use Behavior: A Systematic Review Of Its Determinants, Jiming Wu

Journal of International Technology and Information Management

To understand patient and physician behavior, researchers have investigated the determinants of using healthcare information systems. Although this stream of research has produced important findings, it has yet to appreciably advance our understanding of system-use behavior in healthcare. To fill this gap, the current paper employs a systematic review to synthesize past research, reveal the key determinants of healthcare system usage, and illuminate a deeper understanding of the topic. This study thus helps healthcare researchers expand their baseline knowledge of these core determinants and conduct more fruitful future research on system-use behavior in healthcare.