This study aims to propose and validate a conceptual model demonstrating the main factors predicting customers’ intention and adoption of Internet banking in Jordan. The conceptual framework was theorized by integrating factors from the Extended Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT2): performance expectancy (PE), facilitating conditions (FC), and hedonic motivation (HM) along with perceived risk (PR) and trust (TR) were extracted from Internet banking literature. A self-administrative questionnaire has been employed to collect data from a convenience sample of three hundred forty-eight Jordanian banking customers (69.6% response rate). By facilitating AMOS 21, a structural equation modelling (SEM) has been conducted to validate the proposed model and examine the research hypotheses. Statistical results approved that all predictors of behavioural intention (BI) have been recognized as significant. TR was the most influential factor predicting BI. This study ended by deliberating the research limitations and future directions.
Alalwan, Ali; Dwivedi, Yogesh; and Williams, Michael, "Examining Factors Affecting Customer Intention And Adoption Of Internet Banking In Jordan" (2014). UK Academy for Information Systems Conference Proceedings 2014. 3.