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  • The need for native Information Systems (IS) theories has been discussed by several prominent scholars. Contributing to their conjectural discussion, this research moves towards theorizing IS success as a native theory for the discipline. Despite being one of the most cited scholarly works to-date, IS success of DeLone and McLean (1992) has been criticized by some for lacking focus on the theoretical approach. Following theory development frameworks, this study improves the theoretical standing of IS success by minimizing interaction and inconsistency. The empirical investigation of theorizing IS success includes 1396 respondents, gathered through six surveys and a case study. The respondents represent 70 organisations, multiple Information Systems, and both private and public sector organizations. ()
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  • 3 ()
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  • 2016-06-24 ()
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  • en ()
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  • 2013-01-01 ()
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  • AIS Electronic Library (AISeL) ()
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  • 22459 ()
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  • 73 ()
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  • ARE WE THERE YET ? A STEP CLOSER TO THEORIZING INFORMATION SYSTEMS SUCCESS ()
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