Periodicity.: March - April 2019
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Ibrahim’s triangle model (satisfaction – benefit – loyalty) for systems success measurement

Ibrahim Eskandar Ibrahim Fadhel, Syed Zulkarnain Bin Syed Idrus, Amani Ali Elmetwaly Ali Ibrahim, Mazni Omar

Abstract


Currently the high rate of systems fails, and challenges faces the researchers results in relegate systems success measure to the back seat. With the big debate among the researcher about what is the best measure of systems success this study come out with new perspective. Current study makes united between the dependent variables that measures systems success, instead of depending on one variable researcher should depends on three variables together. With 344 users from three different universities Ibrahim’s triangle model has been approved as a valid success measure. All the hypothesis was accepted and there is a strong positive relationship between the triangle factors.

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information systems; software engineering

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v10i2.867

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