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Impact of fear of identity theft and perceived risk on online purchase intention
Gašper Jordan, Robert Leskovar, Miha Marič, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: Background and Purpose: Online activities are present in almost every aspect of people’s daily lives. Online purchases are also increasing each year and therefore it is important to investigate what influences online purchase intentions. Online purchase intentions are among everything else, influenced by the fear of identity theft and perceived risk. Design/Methodology/Approach: The online survey was conducted among 190 participants from Slovenia. The relations between the constructs of fear of financial losses, fear of reputational damage, perceived risk and online purchase intention were investigated. Results: The research showed that the relations between the constructs of fear of financial losses, fear of reputational damage, perceived risk are positive and the relation between the constructs of perceived risk and online purchase intention were negative. All of the relations were statistically significant. Conclusion: Understanding the impact of fear of identity theft and perceived risk on online purchase intention can be helpful for online sellers, because with these findings they can manage this fear and perceived risk to increase online purchase intention and address the risks accordingly. Online sellers should therefore regard new findings from the field of online sales. If an online store wants to have success in sales, they should consider all sides of customers’ desires as well as their restraints.
Keywords: e-commerce, fear of identity theft, online purchase intention
Published: 10.10.2018; Views: 978; Downloads: 282
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Statistical analysis of the development indicators' impacts on e-commerce of individuals in selected European countries
Ksenija Dumičić, Ivana Skoko Bonić, Berislav Žmuk, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to analyse the influence of the development level indicators on the e-commerce, i.e. on the online purchase by individuals, in selected European countries in 2013. In the analysis, the main variable under study and all the independent variables are included as standardised. Based on nine variables, the principal component analysis with varimax rotation was performed and the two extracted factors were used as the regressors in the multiple regression analysis. In the regression model both components, Factor 1, which includes seven variables, called Prosperity, Investing in Education and IT Infrastructure, and Awareness, and Factor 2, comprised of two variables, called IT Skills, are statistically significant at the significance level of 1%. Both factors show a positive correlation with the online purchase of individuals. Inclusion and analysis of distributions and impacts of even nine independent variables, which make up two distinct factors affecting the e-commerce, make a new contribution of this work.
Keywords: e-commerce, broadband access to the Internet, factor analysis, multiple regression analysis
Published: 10.10.2018; Views: 610; Downloads: 289
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Predictors of users' satisfaction with E-payment system
Adeyinka Tella, Abdulmumin Isah, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: Background and Purpose: Many organisations are using the e-payment system; however, its effectiveness has not been determined particularly in the Nigeria context. The University of Ilorin as educational organisation started using e-payment system in 2010 and up till now there has been limited or no study conducted to examine whether or not workers are satisfied with the new payment system together with other related ones they are familiar with. It is in the light of this that this study examined users’ satisfaction with the e-payment system at the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. Design/Methodology/Approach: A sample of 260 academic and non-academic staff was taken from six out 12 faculties that made up the university. Using a survey research approach data was collected with a modified questionnaire. Five research questions were developed to guide the study. Results: The results revealed that, respondents (93.5%) were adequately satisfied, satisfied and moderately satisfied, while, only (6.5%) of the respondents were less satisfied and dissatisfied. Perceived speed was identified as the characteristics users mostly satisfied with, followed by system security, traceability, and convenience. Moreover, there is significant correlation among the entire e-payment characteristics/factors (perceived speed, security, anonymity, traceability, perceived ease of payment, and convenience); and that all the six factors jointly predict users’ satisfaction with the e-payment system. In order of magnitude of the prediction/contribution to e-payment, users’ satisfaction, perceived speed made the most significant prediction/contribution. Conclusion: Based on the findings, the study concluded a considerable percentage of the respondents (93.5%) are satisfied with the e-payment system at the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. In lieu of this therefore, there is need to improve the e-payment system so that all and sundry could be satisfied.
Keywords: users' satisfaction, e-commerce, electronic payment system (EPS), salary, University of Ilorin
Published: 10.01.2018; Views: 28445; Downloads: 103
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Analysis of interactions of key stakeholders on B2C e-markets
Aleksandar Marković, Sava Čavoški, Andrej Novović, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: Background/purpose: This paper discusses the application of ABMS - agent-based modelling and simulation in the analysis of customer behaviour on B2C e-commerce websites as well as in the analysis of various business decisions upon the effects of on-line sales. The continuous development and dynamics in the field of e-commerce requires application of advanced decision-making tools. These tools must be able to process, in a short time period, a large amount of data generated by the e-commerce systems and enable the use of acquired data for making quality business decisions. Methodology: The methodology of the agent-based simulation used in this paper may significantly enhance the speed and quality of decision making in electronic trade. The models developed for the needs of this research aim to improve the use of practical tools for the evaluation of the B2C online sales systems in that they allow for an investigation into the outcomes of varied strategies in the e-commerce site management as regards customer behaviour, website visits, scope of sales, income earned, etc. Results: An agent-based simulation model developed for the needs of this research is able to track the interactions of key subjects in online sales: site visitors - prospective consumers, sellers with different business strategies, and suppliers. Conclusion: Simulation model presented in this paper can be used as a tool to ensure a better insight into the problem of consumer behavior on the Internet. Companies engaged in the B2C e-commerce can use simulation results to better understand their consumers, improve market segmentation and business profitability and test their business policies.
Keywords: ABMS, B2C, e-commerce, website, customer behavior
Published: 28.11.2017; Views: 735; Downloads: 71
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PRENOVA SPLETNE TRGOVINE ZA POVEČANJE PRODAJE
Tadej Danev, 2016, bachelor thesis/paper

Abstract: Podjetje Comshop d.o.o. s približno 15-odsotnim tržnim deležem želi povečati prodajo preko spletne trgovine. Trenutni videz spletne trgovine je zastarel, neodziven, neprimeren za različne naprave (tablični računalniki, pametni telefoni). Smiselna je vizualna osvežitev spletne strani, hkrati pa bi izkoristili temeljito prenovo in uvedbo novega sistema upravljanje vsebine, s katerim bi se izdelala nova spletna trgovina. Opravili bi še integracijo Navisiona z novim sistemom, saj bi s tem podjetje pridobilo nekaj dodatnih možnosti: prikaz stanja zalog pri prodaji artiklov, dodatne možnosti plačila (Paypal, Diners), pisanja člankov, novic, dodal bi se Facebook vtičnik, vključili bi lahko še vtičnik za oglaševanje Google AdWords in analitično orodje Google Analytics. Spletna trgovina bo preprosta za uporabo, strankam bo omogočila hiter in tekoč nakup ter aktivno sodelovanje. Prenove bi se lotili v šestih korakih: analiza obstoječega stanja, primerjava programskih rešitev, opisali bi izbrano rešitev, izdelava same spletne trgovine in ovrednotenje prenovljene spletne trgovine ter na koncu zaključek in priporočila.
Keywords: Spletna trgovina, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2, Magento E-Commerce, PrestaShop, Facebook.
Published: 29.11.2016; Views: 865; Downloads: 119
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