The Impact of Service Delivery System Process and Moderating Effect of Perceived Value in Internet Banking Adoption
This study identifies the impact of Internet banking service delivery system (IBSDS) process on consumer behaviour; the mediating effect of customer satisfaction on the relationship between IBSDS process and behavioural intention; and the moderating effect of the customer’s perceived value. The study uses a quantitative method using the data collected from 416 respondents. Mediated regression is used to examine the mediating effect of customer satisfaction. SPSS Process v2.16.3 is employed to analyse the moderating effect of the perceived value. The results indicate that IBSDS process impacts customer satisfaction and behavioural intention. Further, customer satisfaction plays a partial mediating role between the association of IBSDS process and behavioural intention. This study provides evidence that the technological capabilities embedded in the bank website processes are an important factor in determining customer satisfaction and ultimately behavioural intention. The study also reveals that perceived value moderates the relationship between IBSDS process and customer satisfaction, and between customer satisfaction, and, behavioural intention. It also adds to the existing knowledge on the adoption of Internet banking literature. Academicians and information systems researchers may use these findings for further research. Financial service providers or related agencies may consider the attributes of the IBSDS process (e.g., navigation, searching, transacting, etc.) while designing their Internet banking services to provide enhanced customer experiences. The paper also highlights the research limitations and scope for future research.
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