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Exploring Key Factors of Application Software Services and Their Relationships for Organizational Success in SMEs

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  • Jung Sub Lee,

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    • Address correspondence to: Jung Sub Lee, National Information Society Agency, Global Cooperation Division, NIA Bldg, Cheonggyecheonno 14, Jung-Gu, Seoul 100-170, Korea. E-mail: leejs1209@gmail.com.

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    • Jung Sub Lee is senior researcher in the Global Cooperation Division, National Information Society Agency.
  • Youngsun Kwon

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    • We appreciate helpful comments by two reviewers. Any remaining errors are all ours.
    • Youngsun Kwon is associate professor in the Department of Management Science, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).

Abstract

This paper sets up an extended model that integrates the technology acceptance model and DeLone and McLean's information system success model and also extends this integrated model by adding a construct representing specific features of application services in order to investigate the way that features of application services influence small and medium-sized enterprises' use of application services. Overall, the extended model performs well in explaining the relationships between constructs, and this research shows that certain specific features of application services are key factors that have positive effects on application service usage behavior and organizational success.

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