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Organizational Adoption Models for Early ASP Technology Stages - Adoption and Diffusion of Application Service Providing (ASP) in the Electric Utility Sector - Fuchs, Susanne
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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller], Application Service Providing (ASP) is a recently emerged software delivery model under which an Application Service Provider hosts, manages and delivers software as a service to customers via the Internet or a private network. Customers who are unsure about the value of ASP and their demands may be reluctant to commit to ASP contracts. The underlying research identifies determinants influencing adoption intentions in the early technology stages of ASP within electric utilities. The theoretical framework is based on the findings of studies from van Everdingen and Frambach and is adapted from Rogers work on the diffusion of innovations. The tested model includes characteristics of the innovation, such as relative (dis-) advantage of ASP, as well as characteristics of the environment, the adopting company and importance of social influence. After a broad qualitative study a quantitative web-based survey was employed. All constructs rank high in measurement quality and the overall model reveals food for an improved conception of ASP as well as managerial practices. Application Service Providing (ASP) is a recently emerged software delivery model under which an Application Service Provider hosts, manages and delivers software as a service to customers via the Internet or a private network. Customers who are unsure about the value of ASP and their demands may be reluctant to commit to ASP contracts. The underlying research identifies determinants influencing adoption intentions in the early technology stages of ASP within electric utilities. The theoretical framework is based on the findings of studies from van Everdingen and Frambach and is adapted from Rogers work on the diffusion of innovations. The tested model includes characteristics of the innovation, such as relative (dis-) advantage of ASP, as well as characteristics of the environment, the adopting company and importance of social influence. After a broad qualitative study a quantitative web-based survey was employed. All constructs rank high in measurement quality and the overall model reveals food for an improved conception of ASP as well as managerial practices. BIOGRAFIE Fuchs, Susanne: Susanne Fuchs, geboren in Berlin, Studium der Biologie und der Politikwissenschaft an der Freien Universität Berlin, Promotion an der Universität Leipzig. Sie forscht und lehrt am Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung und an der Universität Leipzig, und war u. a. an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin und der New School University in New York City tätig., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 220 mm, [GW: 350g]

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Application Service Providing (ASP) is a recently emerged software delivery model under which an Application Service Provider hosts, manages and delivers software as a service to customers via the Internet or a private network. Customers who are unsure about the value of ASP and their demands may be reluctant to commit to ASP contracts. The underlying research identifies determinants influencing adoption intentions in the early technology stages of ASP within electric utilities. The theoretical framework is based on the findings of studies from van Everdingen and Frambach and is adapted from Rogers work on the diffusion of innovations. The tested model includes characteristics of the innovation, such as relative (dis-) advantage of ASP, as well as characteristics of the environment, the adopting company and importance of social influence. After a broad qualitative study a quantitative web-based survey was employed. All constructs rank high in measurement quality and the overall model reveals food for an improved conception of ASP as well as managerial practices. Application Service Providing (ASP) is a recently emerged software delivery model under which an Application Service Provider hosts, manages and delivers software as a service to customers via the Internet or a private network. Customers who are unsure about the value of ASP and their demands may be reluctant to commit to ASP contracts. The underlying research identifies determinants influencing adoption intentions in the early technology stages of ASP within electric utilities. The theoretical framework is based on the findings of studies from van Everdingen and Frambach and is adapted from Rogers work on the diffusion of innovations. The tested model includes characteristics of the innovation, such as relative (dis-) advantage of ASP, as well as characteristics of the environment, the adopting company and importance of social influence. After a broad qualitative study a quantitative web-based survey was employed. All constructs rank high in measurement quality and the overall model reveals food for an improved conception of ASP as well as managerial practices. Adoption and Diffusion of Application Service Providing (ASP) in the Electric Utility Sector Bücher > Sachbücher > Business & Karriere > Wirtschaft Taschenbuch 28.11.2013, VDM, .201

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Application Service Providing (ASP) is a recently emerged software delivery model under which an Application Service Provider hosts, manages and delivers software as a service to customers via the Internet or a private network. Customers who are unsure about the value of ASP and their demands may be reluctant to commit to ASP contracts. The underlying research identifies determinants influencing adoption intentions in the early technology stages of ASP within electric utilities. The theoretical framework is based on the findings of studies from van Everdingen and Frambach and is adapted from Rogers work on the diffusion of innovations. The tested model includes characteristics of the innovation, such as relative (dis-) advantage of ASP, as well as characteristics of the environment, the adopting company and importance of social influence. After a broad qualitative study a quantitative web-based survey was employed. All constructs rank high in measurement quality and the overall model reveals food for an improved conception of ASP as well as managerial practices. Application Service Providing (ASP) is a recently emerged software delivery model under which an Application Service Provider hosts, manages and delivers software as a service to customers via the Internet or a private network. Customers who are unsure about the value of ASP and their demands may be reluctant to commit to ASP contracts. The underlying research identifies determinants influencing adoption intentions in the early technology stages of ASP within electric utilities. The theoretical framework is based on the findings of studies from van Everdingen and Frambach and is adapted from Rogers work on the diffusion of innovations. The tested model includes characteristics of the innovation, such as relative (dis-) advantage of ASP, as well as characteristics of the environment, the adopting company and importance of social influence. After a broad qualitative study a quantitative web-based survey was employed. All constructs rank high in measurement quality and the overall model reveals food for an improved conception of ASP as well as managerial practices. Adoption and Diffusion of Application Service Providing (ASP) in the Electric Utility Sector Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Sachbücher>Business & Karriere>Wirtschaft, VDM

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Application Service Providing (ASP) is a recently emerged software delivery model under which an Application Service Provider hosts, manages and delivers software as a service to customers via the Internet or a private network. Customers who are unsure about the value of ASP and their demands may be reluctant to commit to ASP contracts. The underlying research identifies determinants influencing adoption intentions in the early technology stages of ASP within electric utilities. The theoretical framework is based on the findings of studies from van Everdingen and Frambach and is adapted from Rogers work on the diffusion of innovations. The tested model includes characteristics of the innovation, such as relative (dis-) advantage of ASP, as well as characteristics of the environment, the adopting company and importance of social influence. After a broad qualitative study a quantitative web-based survey was employed. All constructs rank high in measurement quality and the overall model reveals food for an improved conception of ASP as well as managerial practices. Application Service Providing (ASP) is a recently emerged software delivery model under which an Application Service Provider hosts, manages and delivers software as a service to customers via the Internet or a private network. Customers who are unsure about the value of ASP and their demands may be reluctant to commit to ASP contracts. The underlying research identifies determinants influencing adoption intentions in the early technology stages of ASP within electric utilities. The theoretical framework is based on the findings of studies from van Everdingen and Frambach and is adapted from Rogers work on the diffusion of innovations. The tested model includes characteristics of the innovation, such as relative (dis-) advantage of ASP, as well as characteristics of the environment, the adopting company and importance of social influence. After a broad qualitative study a quantitative web-based survey was employed. All constructs rank high in measurement quality and the overall model reveals food for an improved conception of ASP as well as managerial practices. Adoption and Diffusion of Application Service Providing (ASP) in the Electric Utility Sector Buch (dtsch.) Bücher>Sachbücher>Business & Karriere>Wirtschaft, VDM

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Application Service Providing (ASP) is a recently emerged software delivery model underwhich an Application Service Provider hosts, manages and delivers software as a service tocustomers via the Internet or a private network. Customers who are unsure about the value of ASP and their demands may be reluctant to commit toASP contracts. The underlying research identifies determinants influencing adoption intentions in the earlytechnology stages of ASP within electric utilities. The theoretical framework is based on thefindings of studies from van Everdingen and Frambach and isadapted from Rogers work on the diffusion of innovations. The tested model includescharacteristics of the innovation, such as relative (dis-) advantage of ASP, as well ascharacteristics of the environment, the adopting company and importance of social influence. After a broad qualitative study a quantitative web-based survey was employed.All constructs rank high in measurement quality and the overall model reveals food for animproved conception of ASP as well as managerial practices. Application Service Providing (ASP) is a recently emerged software delivery model under which an Application Service Provider hosts, manages and delivers software as a service to customers via the Internet or a private network. Customers who are unsure about the value of ASP and their demands may be reluctant to commit to ASP contracts. The underlying research identifies determinants influencing adoption intentions in the early technology stages of ASP within electric utilities. The theoretical framework is based on the findings of studies from van Everdingen and Frambach and is adapted from Rogers work on the diffusion of innovations. The tested model includes characteristics of the innovation, such as relative (dis-) advantage of ASP, as well as characteristics of the environment, the adopting company and importance of social influence. After a broad qualitative study a quantitative web-based survey was employed. All constructs rank high in measurement quality and the overall model reveals food for an improved conception of ASP as well as managerial practices. Bücher / Sozialwissenschaften, Recht & Wirtschaft / Wirtschaft / Betriebswirtschaft

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Organizational Adoption Models for Early ASP Technology Stages

Application Service Providing (ASP) is a recently emerged software delivery model under which an Application Service Provider hosts, manages and delivers software as a service to customers via the Internet or a private network. Customers who are unsure about the value of ASP and their demands may be reluctant to commit to ASP contracts. The underlying research identifies determinants influencing adoption intentions in the early technology stages of ASP within electric utilities. The theoretical framework is based on the findings of studies from van Everdingen and Frambach and is adapted from Rogers work on the diffusion of innovations. The tested model includes characteristics of the innovation, such as relative (dis-) advantage of ASP, as well as characteristics of the environment, the adopting company and importance of social influence. After a broad qualitative study a quantitative web-based survey was employed. All constructs rank high in measurement quality and the overall model reveals food for an improved conception of ASP as well as managerial practices.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783836473019
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3836473011
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2008
Editeur: VDM Verlag
252 Pages
Poids: 0,392 kg
Langue: ger/Deutsch

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ISBN/EAN: 3836473011

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