Innovation Diffusion Theory as a Predictor of Adoption Intention for Financial EDI

  title={Innovation Diffusion Theory as a Predictor of Adoption Intention for Financial EDI},
  author={Hock-Hai Teo and Bernard C. Y. Tan and Kwok Kee Wei},
This study assesses the ability of innovation diffusion theory to predict the adoption intention of organizations for financial EDI. Six factors potentially affecting adoption intention were studied: relative advantage, compatibility, complexity, observability, trialability, and risk (operational and strategic). Both present and future adoption intentions were measured, The questionnaire was developed using a process of conceptual construct validation. It was administered to three key employees… CONTINUE READING


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