Acceptance of e-procurement in organisations

05/06/2020
by   Muhammed S. Maddi, et al.
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This research is concerned with the development of a realistic model for e-procurement adoption by organisations and groups observing the Rules of Islamic Sharia (RIS). This model is intended to be based on the behavioural control, subjective norms, and the recognition of the benefits and risks of e procurement adoption. The developed model,(E-PAM), combined and extended two existing models previously used for information technology adoption. Central to the design of the E-PAM is the principle that a realistic model should consider all relevant psychological, social, cultural, demography, and religious factors. .

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