Wireless B2B Mobile Commerce: A Study on the Usability, Acceptance, and Process Fit
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Overview: Mobile technologies have gained much attention recently, not only as part of consumer-oriented products and applications, but also as a tool to augment business strategies and to support organizational processes, in particular when integrated with Internet-based technologies (Economist 2001, Varshney and Vetter 2001, Barnes 2002, Smith et al. 2002). This research present an empirical study that investigates employees initial acceptance of mobile commerce solutions, as well as the relationships between organizational tasks and the use of different mobile applications in an enterprise setting.