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User satisfaction with Web-based DSS: The role of cognitive antecedents
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User satisfaction with Web-based DSS: The role of cognitive antecedents

Author: N Gudigantala; J Song; D Jones
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:International Journal of Information Management, v31 n4 (201108): 327-338
Database:Copyright 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved
Other Databases: ArticleFirstElsevier
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Websites play a critical role in attracting customers and providing information to assist Web customers in decision making. Despite the importance of such systems providing a satisfactory experience, as per our knowledge no effort has been made to systematically examine the underlying causal structure among important decision related variables such as perceived effort, perceived information accuracy, perceived  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: N Gudigantala; J Song; D Jones
ISSN:0268-4012
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 730547783
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Websites play a critical role in attracting customers and providing information to assist Web customers in decision making. Despite the importance of such systems providing a satisfactory experience, as per our knowledge no effort has been made to systematically examine the underlying causal structure among important decision related variables such as perceived effort, perceived information accuracy, perceived effectiveness, and satisfaction using Web-based decision support systems (Web-based DSS) that provide information to potential customers. In this study, we develop a conceptual model for investigating cognitive antecedents to Web users' satisfaction in the context of Web-based DSS. The empirical examination of the research model using structural equations modeling indicates that perceived effectiveness is influenced by perceived information accuracy and effort, and in turn, has positive impact on satisfaction in using Web-based DSS. The implications of this study suggest to information managers that providing customers with highly accurate information from web sites requiring lower effort is perceived as an effective system and such perception leads to increased satisfaction.

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