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Measuring the impact of information systems in Malaysia

Elias, Nur Fazidah (2011) Measuring the impact of information systems in Malaysia. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology (ICASEIT), Malaysia (West), pp. 206-211.

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    Abstract

    Information Systems researchers have employed a diversity of sometimes inconsistent measures of IS success, seldom explicating the rationale, thereby complicating the choice for future researchers. In response to these and other issues, Gable, Sedera and Chan introduced the IS-Impact measurement model. This model represents “the stream of net benefits from the Information System (IS), to date and anticipated, as perceived by all key-user-groups”. Although the IS-Impact model was rigorously validated in previous research, there is a need to further generalise and validate it in different context. This paper reported the findings of the IS-Impact model revalidation study at four state governments in Malaysia with 232 users of a financial system that is currently being used at eleven state governments in Malaysia. Data was analysed following the guidelines for formative measurement validation using SmartPLS. Based on the PLS results, data supported the IS-Impact dimensions and measures thus confirming the validity of the IS-Impact model in Malaysia. This indicates that the IS-Impact model is robust and can be used across different context.

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    ID Code: 41079
    Item Type: Conference Paper
    ISBN: 9789834236649
    Subjects: Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > INFORMATION AND COMPUTING SCIENCES (080000) > INFORMATION SYSTEMS (080600) > Information Systems Management (080609)
    Divisions: Past > QUT Faculties & Divisions > Faculty of Science and Technology
    Past > Schools > Information Systems
    Copyright Owner: Copyright 2011 ICASEIT and the author.
    Deposited On: 01 Apr 2011 10:30
    Last Modified: 01 Apr 2011 10:31

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