Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: 27, Pages: 1-7
Mansour Naser Alraja1* and Nazem M.M. Al-ahmad Malkawi2
1 Management Information Systems department, College of Commerce and Business Administration, Dhofar University, Salalah state, Sultanate of Oman; [email protected]
2 Management Information Systems department, Faculty of Economics and Business, Jadara University, Jordan – Irbid; [email protected]
Background / Objectives: Depending on prior models, especially Technology, Organization and Environment (TOE) framework, this study aims to develop a research model to study critical factors that affect E-Business Adoption in the Banking Sector. Methods / Statistical Analysis: The research model focuses on examining the impact of organizational capabilities, technology readiness, competition intensity and perceived benefits on adoption of e-business. Data gathered from 106 executives in Jordanian banks was employed to test the effects between the research model constructs using a multiple linear regression test. Findings: From the model factors of this study, the results highlight that perceived benefits, competition intensity and technology readiness are significant factors that shape and affect the e-business adoption. Implications: For practice and research are discussed.
Keywords: Competition Intensity, E-business, Organization Compatibilities, Perceived Benefits, Technology Readiness
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