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Understanding Intention to Explore Business Intelligence Systems: The Role of Fit and Engagement
|Title:||Understanding Intention to Explore Business Intelligence Systems: The Role of Fit and Engagement|
Hsieh, J.J. Po-An
|Keywords:||Business intelligence system|
|Issue Date:||04 Jan 2017|
|Abstract:||This paper explores how user engagement affects users’ intention to explore business intelligence system (BIS) and how user engagement is promoted by the cognitive fit between BIS interface and tasks and the regulatory compatibility between BIS interface and personal characteristics, such as style of information processing. Results from the lab experiment suggest that the cognitive fit and the regulatory compatibility could both influence users’ engagement experience, which in turn affected users’ intention to explore BIS. This study may contribute to the extant information systems (IS) literature by uncovering the impacts of engagement experience on intention to explore and responding to the call for investigation of the BIS context where rich visualizations of the systems influence users’ engagement experience.|
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International|
|Appears in Collections:||Organizational Issues of Business Intelligence, Business Analytics and Big Data Minitrack|
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