Corpus ID: 2651852

Developing and Testing a Mobile Facsimile System : the case of ClikiFax

  title={Developing and Testing a Mobile Facsimile System : the case of ClikiFax},
  author={S. Venkatraman and H. Hoehle and E. Scornavacca and P. Yoong},
The proliferation of network enabled mobile devices is creating an extraordinary opportunity for designing of new applications. This paper describes the development and evaluation of a mobile facsimile application (ClikiFax) for the construction industry. Construction is an information intensive industry in which the accuracy and timeliness of information is vital. From similar studies conducted in literature, we adopt a theoretical framework consisting of multi-dimensional factors that could… Expand

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