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In the system adoption and use literature, trust in the entity that provides a computer system has been tied to a number of outcomes, including perceived usefulness and ease of use (Gefen, 2004; Gefen, Karahanna, & Straub, 2003; Tung, Chang, & Chou, 2008; Wu & Chen, 2005), intention to use (Gefen et al.
Amoako-Gyampah and Salam (2004) found that both training and project communication influence shared beliefs that users form about benefits of ERP systems; and that shared beliefs influence perceived usefulness and ease of use of this technology.
For example, Selim (2003) analyzed perceived usefulness and ease of use as predictors of the acceptance of web-based courses.
Studies comparing the salience of perceived usefulness and ease of use between male and female users of technology have shown that perceived usefulness is more important for male users while female users emphasize ease of use in technology usage decisions.
The standardized beta coefficients for perceived usefulness and ease of use are respectively .