Successful E-Procurement Implementation: A Case Study in a Construction Industry Company

Kusuma Yudha Ramadhani, Wiwiek Rabiatul Adawiyah, Weni Novandari


This study aims to determine the factors that influence of satisfaction and implementation of e-procurement users in construction industry company. The sample of this study was selected based on the purposive sampling method by selecting samples by seen the criteria of tbhe e-procurement system that had been applied in construction industry companies. The method analysis used in this study was Structural Equation Models (SEM) with Partial Least Square (PLS) approach. The results show that the factors that influence user satisfaction and the implementation of e-procurement are the quality of information and perceptions in terms of benefits. The quality of the system affects to the implementation of e-procurement, while the perception of user convenience does not give a significant affect user towards satisfaction and the implementation of e-procurement.

Keywords: Implementatio; E-Procurement; User Satisfaction

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