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Journal Article

Internet Banking in Brazil: Evaluation of Functionality, Reliability and Usability  pp41-50

Eduardo Diniz, Roseli Morena Porto, Tomi Adachi

© Jan 2005 Volume 8 Issue 1, Editor: Dan Remenyi, pp1 - 80

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Evaluating the performance of business Web sites has been a constant concern of researchers in different fields. This article presents an approach that contributes to the development of a methodology to assist researchers, developers and managers to establish criteria to evaluate and build digital business environments. Based on a multiple case study in three large banks in Brazil, this article proposes and tests a model of three dimensions to evaluate virtual business environments from the user's point of view: functionality, evaluates the offered services profile; reliability, investigates the security of a transactional site; and usability evaluates the quality of user interaction with the site.

 

Keywords: internet banking, banking technology, usability, security, Internet

 

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Journal Article

Quantitative Evaluation of e‑Banking Web Sites: an Empirical Study of Spanish Banks  pp73-82

Francisco Javier Miranda, Rosa Cortés, Cristina Barriuso

© Nov 2006 Volume 9 Issue 2, Editor: Dan Remenyi, pp45 - 104

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Online banking research to date is to a large extent anecdotal. Only a very limited number of studies have explored Electronic Banking in recent years. In this work an objective investigation of the issue has been conducted by manually accessing and evaluating the web sites of Spanish private and saving banks. Quality of web home pages was determined using an original Web Assessment Index, which focuses on four categories: accessibility, speed, navigability and content. A detailed report of the results arising from this investigation is presented and systematically analyzed. These findings will be useful for both researchers and practitioners who seek to understand the issues relevant to electronic banking.

 

Keywords: World Wide Web, Electronic Banking, Content analysis, Web design, Internet, Research paper

 

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Journal Article

The Usage and Impact of Broadband: A South African Household analysis  pp134-147

Lisa F Seymour, Mogen Naidoo

© Nov 2013 Volume 16 Issue 2, Editor: Shaun Pather, pp86 - 161

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Abstract: Broadband infrastructure is seen as crucial to a countrys social, economic and scientific goals and a requirement of the knowledge economy. Broadband has the ability to improve the lives of citizens as it can provide ICT skills for employment a nd improve access to online forms of education. It has been purported to provide consumers with better work/life balance attributed to increased empowerment and productivity, the ability to work from home and reduced stress. South Africa has recognized th e importance of high‑speed broadband technology to advance the communications infrastructure of the country. However, although the demand for broadband is quite high, the adoption of the technology is lower than anticipated, particularly within the househ olds of consumers. South Africa has fallen behind international peers in both the developed and some developing markets in its rollout of broadband services. While various studies and models aim to explain the adoption of broadband, there is little litera ture on the impact of broadband services in African countries. To address this need this paper investigates the use and impact of broadband services in South African households. The research comprises an initial literature review, followed by a qualitativ e study which is then validated by a quantitative study. The study shows that South African broadband users are predominantly experimental users. Users with higher usage of broadband in terms of variety or rate of use are able to work from home and purpor t to save time which results in a more comfortable lifestyle. They are more satisfied with the technology and show an interest in future‑oriented communication technologies. The resultant model adds to the existing literature and this analysis will allow various stakeholders such as government, Internet Service Providers (ISP), business consumers and public organisations to make more informed decisions on broadband infrastructure investments

 

Keywords: Keywords: broadband, South Africa, broadband benefits, broadband usage, broadband impact

 

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Journal Article

Towards a Theory of Multi‑Channel Banking Adoption amongst Consumers  pp137-157

Kunal Patel, Irwin Brown

© Dec 2016 Volume 19 Issue 3, Editor: Shaun Pather, pp135 - 212

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Abstract: Multi‑channel retail banking is a novel banking approach, one which encompasses traditional banking approaches as well as modern Internet‑based banking innovations. The main objective of the study is to investigate the factors that influence the choice and adoption of a particular banking channel, from amongst available options. This study is conducted within an interpretivist paradigm under the guidance of an inductive grounded theory approach. The purpose of this combination is to allow for the exploration of the phenomenon through the use of semi‑structured interviews to gather data from individuals who have bank accounts. The gathered data was analysed employing the techniques available through grounded theory methodology. The theory reveals that prior to using a particular banking channel for a specific transaction, consumers sub‑consciously or consciously perform an evaluation of available and known channels, and then make a choice. Various factors influence this choice, such as comparative advantages of one channel over another, compatibility with personal preferences and the transaction being performed, and the time and place. After usage, consumers assess the satisfaction of the banking experience before deciding whether to continue using a certain channel for a specific transaction, or choosing an alternative.

 

Keywords: Keywords: Multi-channel, Electronic banking, Internet banking, Mobile banking, Technology Adoption, Grounded Theory

 

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Journal Issue

Volume 14 Issue 1, ECIME 2010 Special Issue / Jan 2011  pp1‑166

Editor: Miguel de Castro Neto

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Editorial

miguel_neto Dr Miguel de Castro Neto is presently Associate Dean at the Instituto Superior de Estatística e Gestão de Informação of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (ISEGI‑UNL), where he is Invited Assistant Professor. He is editor of the Journal of Information Technology in Agriculture (JITAg), member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Online Information Review journal, and Scientific Advisor of the Revista Brasileira de Agroinformática.  Miguel de Castro Neto holds a PhD in Agronomic Engineering (Universidade Técnica de Lisboa) in the field of Internet‑based agricultural information systems, a Masters degree in Agricultural Economics (Universidade de Évora), a Masters degree extension in Statistics and Information Management (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) and a degree in Agricultural Engineering (Universidade de Évora).His research interests include Business Intelligence, Knowledge management and Social Computing.

Editorial

This special edition of the EJISE includes thirteen selected papers presented at the 4th European Conference on Information Management and Evaluation ‑ ECIME 2010 which were considered the most important contributions to the advances in the information systems evaluation field of study.

The conference was held at Instituto Superior de Estatística e Gestão from the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (ISEGI‑UNL), Lisbon, Portugal, and the broad topics proposed to be addressed by ECIME 2010 included: evaluation topics; management topics; e‑Government topics; new technologies, innovation and infrastructures; development topics; ethics and philosophy topics; and general topics.

These topics where covered by the presentation in the conference of 47 Papers, 4  PhD Research Papers, and 4 Work in Progress with participants coming from 25 different countries splitted in the following streams: Managing Information; Evaluation of Records and Documents; Business Intelligence; ICT issues as they specifically affect SMEs; Logistics, Supply Chain and Process Improvement; Performance assessment and measurement; Web Tools; Health Information Systems; Evaluation Issues; Health Information Systems Issues; Quality and Service Level; and IS professionals.

The 13 ECIME 2010 selected papers for publishing in this EJISE special issue cover a very wide range of interesting and up to date research areas giving us important insights and new perspectives in future developments in the field and I hope it can became an important contribution to the dynamics in the information systems evaluation research area.

 

Keywords: action research, adopter categories, adoption, adoption determinants, alliances, architectural principles, BAN, business architecture, business value, CDSS, COBIT, community, computing, consumer goods, decision-making, diffusion of innovations (DOI) theory, digital divide, disadvantaged networks, early warning scorecard, eCommerce, enterprise architecture, evidence-based protocols, factors, GDS (Global Data Synchronization), geobrowser, georeference, GIS (Geographical Information System), GLN (Global Location Numbering), global standards, GoogleEarth, GTIN (Global Trade Items Numbering), GUSI (Global Upstream Supply Initiative), health informatics and body area networks, health information management, hospital information systems, information alignment, information management, information quality, information quality, information systems, information systems architecture, information technology, institutional theory, integrated suppliers, interorganizational systems (IOSs), interpretiv

 

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Journal Issue

Volume 19 Issue 3 / Dec 2016  pp135‑212

Editor: Shaun Pather

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Shaun_Pather‑200 Professor Shaun Pather, based in the Faculty of Informatics & Design at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa, has spent more than 20 years teaching and researching in the field of ICT management.

His research has focused on the evaluation of Information Systems (IS) effectiveness, particularly within e‑Commerce, e‑Government and other web enabled contexts. He has developed models for evaluating e‑Commerce success, and also has an interest in the application of e‑Service Quality evaluation. Shaun has also extended his interest in IS evaluation into practical community engagement and Information Society issues, centered around societal upliftment facilitated by ICT’s. He has published in peer reviewed journals and has presented papers at several conferences. He has led several research projects with university and government partners in both the private and public sector. Professor Pather is also a Fulbright Scholar (University of Washington, 2009‑2010).

 

Keywords: Multi-channel, Electronic banking, Internet banking, Mobile banking, Technology Adoption, Grounded Theory, Design science, Design science research, evaluation, empirical validation, secondary analysis, primary data, business analysis, business architecture, parallelism, alignment, roles, responsibilities and organisational structure, Software Switching, Switching costs, Utilitarian Value, Hedonic Value, e-government, on-line tax filing, acceptance factors, personal innovativeness, computer self-efficacy, online trust, system quality, information system

 

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