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Do End Users Accept End User Development?

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abstract Do end-users accept end-user development by using enterprise mashups? Using the technology acceptance model, this research investigates the acceptance of the FAST platform, which enables endusers to build their own application by simply drag and drop graphical building blocks onto a canvas. An evaluation workshop of 159 individuals in various countries and locations found strong support of the idea. It was revealed that perceived usefulness strongly affected the attitude towards using enterprise mashups for end-user development. In turn, perceived ease of use did not. With respect to the developed mashup platform it was found that the available content within a mashup platform is the main influencing factor on the acceptance of end-user development by using mashups.
   
type conference paper (English)
   
keywords End-user Development, EUD, TAM, Mashups, Gadgets, Web Apps
   
name of conference 2011 15th Pacific Asia Conference on Information systems PACIS (Brisbane, Australia)
date of conference 7-7-2011
title of proceedings PACIS 2011 Proceedings
page(s) 15
volume / edition Paper 67
publisher AIS Association for Information Systems (Atlanta)
ISBN 978-1-86435-644-1
review double-blind review
   
citation Giessmann, A., Ebermann, J., & Stanoevska-Slabeva, K. (2011). Do End Users Accept End User Development?. In PACIS 2011 Proceedings, Paper 67, pp.15. Atlanta: AIS Association for Information Systems. - ISBN 978-1-86435-644-1.