Factors Influencing E-Procurement Usage

K. Dooley, Sharon Purchase

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Research indicates that e-procurement is being implemented slowly in many organizations, especially government organizations. This article investigates positive factors influencing e-procurement intentions within semi-government organizations. A web-based survey was carried out on Australian government purchasing professional's perspectives of e-procurement. Findings from a multiple regression analysis indicate that suppliers' participation, internal managerial support and the perceived benefits gained through implementation all influence e-procurement intentions.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)28-45
JournalJournal of Public Procurement
Volume6
Issue number1/2
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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Factors Influencing E-Procurement Usage. / Dooley, K.; Purchase, Sharon.

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