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Web-based information systems are increasingly being used for decision support applications. However few empirical studies have been conducted on web-based decision support systems (DSS). This experimental research endeavors to understand factors that impact decision-making satisfaction in web based decision support systems. Using structural equation… (More)
O UTSOURCING is the contracting of various systems to outside information systems (IS) vendors. Ever since the Eastman Kodak--IBM partnership was reported in 1989 , outsourcing has emerged and has been recognized as a key method of managing IS. In previous studies of outsourcing [4, 5, 12, 15, 17, 20], two gaps are noticeable. The first relates to the… (More)
A longitudinal study at four companies provides valuable insights about the evolution of IT outsourcing relationships.
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore social media’s impact on organizational knowledge quality through the theoretical lens of social capital and resource exchange. Design/methodology/approach – Theory-confirming, quantitative study using panel data collected through web-based survey Findings – The results show that while social media affect… (More)
Examining the extent and nature of adoption of technologies by micro, small, and medium-sized manufacturing firms in the greater Boston area.
Choiceboards are Web-based systems that allow consumers to customize their orders. The study investigated factors that affect consumers’ intention to use choiceboards. The research is based on Masons’ theory and DeLone and McLean’s model of information system use. It was found that intention to use is affected by overall satisfaction. In turn, these two… (More)
Firms are increasingly employing social media to manage relationships with partner organizations, yet the role of institutional pressures in social media assimilation has not been studied. We investigate social media assimilation in firms using a model that combines the two theoretical streams of IT adoption: organizational innovation and institutional… (More)