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A Study on Customers’ Perception and Readiness to Accept E-Shopping in Uganda
(Journal of Educational Policy and Entrepreneurial Research, 2015)
Whereas E-Shopping has been accepted worldwide due to its capability and flexibility to ease the shopping process in terms of costs, time, risks and quickly identifying products of interest among others, supermarkets ...
A Mobile-Based Communication Adoption Model for agricultural market information dissemination in Uganda
(Global Journal of Computers & Technology, 2016)
This study proposes a mobile-based communication adoption model for agricultural market information dissemination in Uganda. An extended Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology model was used to guide the study. A ...
An Analysis of E-learning Information System Adoption in Ugandan Universities: Case of Makerere University Business School.
(Information Technology Research Journal, 2012)
This paper presents an examination of e-learning Information Systems failures and adoption problems in Ugandan universities based on Rogers and Shoemaker’s Diffusion of Technological Innovation Theory. Makerere University ...
Critical parameters for the adoption of software capability maturity model by small and medium enterprises
(International Journal of Agile Systems and Management, 2016)
The study involved a survey of Ugandan small and medium enterprises that develop software on critical factors influencing the adoption of software capability maturity model. The research examined the software development ...