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  • Abstract Among various IT solutions, the internet-based (or web-based) PMIS has been highlighted because of its strong advantages. While not sufficient to insure project success, using PMIS to manage projects has thus become a necessity. Establishing a success model of a specific information system is critical to understand the mechanism of IS success, the various dimensions of IS performance, and the factors and their causal relations in IS success. As one of the key IT applications, the project management information system (PMIS) has played a significant role in construction management processes. While not sufficient to insure project success, using PMIS to manage projects has thus become a necessity. However, research that attempts to establish or apply an IS success model have relatively recently begun to emerge and not many have been carried out as yet. Therefore, the main propose of this study is to develop and validate the ASP-PMIS success model based on the DeLone and McLean (2003) IS success model. A questionnaire instrument was remitted to experienced users (CMs and constructors), and 253 completed questionnaires were retrieved. Using AMOS 18.0, we used Structural Equation Modeling for hypothesis testing. The validated ASP-based PMIS success model can serve as a foundation for positioning and comparing PMIS success research, and can provide users with a useful framework for evaluating PMIS success. ()
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  • 47 ()
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  • 2016-06-24 ()
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  • 10.1016/j.autcon.2012.04.015 ()
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  • 93 ()
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  • 25 ()
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  • en ()
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  • 2012-08-01 ()
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  • Elsevier ()
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  • 19531 ()
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  • 80 ()
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  • 82 ()
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  • Success model of project management information system in construction ()
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  • 25 ()

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