THE CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE ORGANISATIONS TO ADOPT INTERNET TECHNOLOGY

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Lloyed Yew King Tam

Abstract

This paper highlights the salient factors used by IT organisations to adopt
Internet technology at different adoption period. Five organisational and two
marketplace factors were used in this study. The final analysis confirmed that
earlier adopters were influenced more by the five organisational factors:
perceived direct benefits, organisational compatibility, trading partner
pressure, organisational support, and perceived in-direct benefits. Both early
and late adopters were not influenced by the technical complexity construct.
Another factor, competitive pressure was not internally consistent.

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Tam, L. Y. K. (2001). THE CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE ORGANISATIONS TO ADOPT INTERNET TECHNOLOGY. Malaysian Journal of Library &Amp; Information Science, 6(2), 35–51. Retrieved from http://mjlis.um.edu.my/index.php/MJLIS/article/view/6895
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