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  • E-commerce success is an issue that has attracted the interest of many pundits. There is a general scarcity of models and frameworks for evaluating e-commerce success. Whether traditional information systems success models can be extended to investigating e-commerce success is yet to be investigated. This paper proposes a partial extension and respecification of the Delone and Maclean model of IS success to e-commerce systems. Customer Ecommerce Satisfaction (CES) is proposed as a dependent variable to e-commerce success and its relationships with e-commerce system quality, content quality, use, trust and support are defined and discussed. Further research into developing, validating and empirically testing the model is proposed. ()
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  • 356 ()
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  • 2016-06-24 ()
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  • 4 ()
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  • en ()
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  • 2001-01-01 ()
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  • California State University ()
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  • 18697 ()
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  • 40 ()
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  • 131 ()
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  • E-COMMERCE SYSTEMS SUCCESS: AN ATTEMPT TO EXTEND AND RESPECIFY THE DELONE AND MACLEAN MODEL OF IS SUCCESS ()
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  • 2 ()

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