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Understanding retailers' acceptance of virtual stores

2010 Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal  
The acceptance of e-commerce among consumers has stimulated the rise of virtual stores.  ...  In the e-commerce literature, there has been rich research evidence concerning consumers' acceptance of virtual stores.  ...  However, little has been done to examine the effect of a training system on e-tailers' acceptance of virtual stores.  ... 
doi:10.34105/j.kmel.2010.02.023 fatcat:g3oc74lbtzgxbbqjtnfkm74mly

Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in Physical and Online Retailing: A Review, Synthesis and Research Agenda [chapter]

Francesca Bonetti, Gary Warnaby, Lee Quinn
2017 Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality  
relating to motives, applications and implementation of AR and VR by retailers, as well as consumer acceptance -and to frame the basis for a future research agenda.  ...  Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) have emerged as rapidly developing technologies used in both physical and online retailing to enhance the selling environment and shopping experience.  ...  Overall, this review offers a number of contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-64027-3_9 fatcat:p3azb4xvrjaqbpwkzgmzuxj6ti

Page 586 of Management & Marketing Abstracts Vol. 29, Issue 4 [page]

2004 Management & Marketing Abstracts  
accept- ance of virtual stores.  ...  adaptation in e-commerce: key determinants of virtual stores acceptance Chen L-D; Tan J, Eur.  ... 

Innovation in Retail Process: From Consumers' Experience to Immersive Store Design

Eleonora Pantano, Giuseppe Laria
2012 Journal of Technology Management & Innovation  
Especially the use of virtual reality techniques offers tools for supporting the design of innovative systems capable of enhancing this process.  ...  The aim of this paper is to integrate the consumers' experience in the development of innovation process for retailing.  ...  consumer' acceptance of these stores is emerging as a new hot topic.  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-27242012000300016 fatcat:yxzhiclrhnaexeg3om5tdnlcoi

A STUDY ON CUSTOMER PERCEPTION AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS 3D VIRTUAL REALITY SHOPPING

Dr. Anand Byram
2021 Information Technology in Industry  
In virtual reality (VR) stores consumers can not only virtually walk anywhere, but they can also interact with the virtual reality store by, right, left, up and down and looking around thereby viewing  ...  The virtual reality web store could redefine the experience of online shopping and allows in creating an immersive experience that renovate the physical shopping voyage, that from home or anywhere that  ...  In virtual reality (VR) stores consumers can not only virtually walk anywhere, but they can also interact with the virtual reality store by, right, left, up and down and looking around thereby viewing  ... 
doi:10.17762/itii.v9i1.275 fatcat:f3zk3e4ltvdctdqef652ozd4ku

How Perceived Security Risk Influences Acceptance of Virtual Shopping Walls

Steffen Jahn, Ann-Christin Langer, Ossama Elshiewy, Yasemin Boztuğ
2020 Marketing  
Virtual shopping walls are innovative digital stores that can be placed in highly frequented areas of public transport, such as bus or subway stations.  ...  The goal of the present research is to shed light on what drives widespread use of this store concept.  ...  As virtual shopping walls represent an innovative retail technology, future use requires consumers' acceptance.  ... 
doi:10.15358/0344-1369-2020-4-35 fatcat:xevlcnbu5bbpxn7ohlnt5ldg2m

Virtual store layout: an experimental comparison in the context of grocery retail

Adam P Vrechopoulos, Robert M O'Keefe, Georgios I Doukidis, George J Siomkos
2004 Journal of Retailing  
A key aspect of conventional retailing is store layout; an analogous aspect in virtual retail is virtual store layout.  ...  The results show that layout significantly affects online consumer behavior, but that predictions generated from the literature of conventional retailing about differences in the outcome of layouts do  ...  In sum, while the layout of a virtual retail store on the web was found to affect consumer behavior, conventional retailing store layout theory, in terms of the dimensions investigated in this study, is  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jretai.2004.01.006 fatcat:5ndts2akivhcdj63xwnmabc24e

Consumer Experience and Omnichannel Behavior in Various Sales Atmospheres

María Dolores Reina Paz, Fernando Jiménez Delgado
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
Our study thoroughly analyses and reviews the most widely accepted models in the study of the influence of sales atmospherics on consumer behavior in physical store environments, and the adaptation and  ...  Subsequently in 1982 this concept was applied to retail outlets so as to better understand the effect on consumers of atmospheric stimuli experienced in a physical store.  ...  The authors point to the significance of visual cues in online store design, as unlike with physical stores, the former are confined almost exclusively to this type of sensory cue, and are more dependent  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.01972 pmid:32849155 pmcid:PMC7427578 fatcat:y6ysvulvgvfzhhvxaubc2vx4tm

Enabling the digital fashion consumer through fit and sizing technology

Sophie Miell, Simeon Gill, Delia Vazquez
2017 Journal of Global Fashion Marketing  
influence of augmented and virtual reality fashion technology.  ...  Innovative online fit and sizing technologies that facilitate purchase continue to develop and launch, however, problems associated with digital expectations of fit and size in consumer decision-making  ...  In-store virtual mirror technology is an emerging form of AR with promise to enhance in-store convenience (Perry 2016) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/20932685.2017.1399083 fatcat:4zqexrnqcbgnvml5rgehobe2zu

A Means-End Analysis of Consumers' Perceptions of Virtual World Affordances for E-commerce [chapter]

Minh Quang Tran, Shailey Minocha, Dave Roberts, Angus Laing, Darren Langdridge
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The affordances of virtual worlds can be useful for business-to-consumer e-commerce.  ...  We discuss theoretical implications of the research using dimensions from the Technology Acceptance Model.  ...  Consumers gather information about products by interacting with 3D simulations of products in virtual stores.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23774-4_30 fatcat:jpawtkzhsfblbaut4r3zflppym

Users' Perceptions of Technological Features in Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) in Fashion Retailing: A Qualitative Content Analysis

Yi Fang Wu, Eun Young Kim, Chia-Huei Wu
2022 Mobile Information Systems  
This study explores users' perceptions of technological features in augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) and analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of technologies (e.g., AR vs.  ...  Practical implications for the application of mixed reality technology in fashion venues are discussed: for AR technology as a part of shopping tools, the advantages of control and simplicity should be  ...  From the perspective of practical value, in a virtual reality retail store, consumers can get a shopping experience closer to the real situation, such as entering the store, observing, and selecting products  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/3080280 fatcat:y7makmagcnaehglqyjmznhktt4

?Is Online Store Atmosphere a Determinant of Online Store Revisit Intention

Naglaa Mohamed Diaa
2022 المجلة العلمیة للدراسات التجاریة والبیئیة  
This research aims at analyzing the determinants of online store revisit intention namely online store atmosphere and its dimensions including virtual layout and design, virtual atmospherics, virtual theatrics  ...  Moreover, an insignificant effect was reported between virtual atmospherics Is Online Store Atmosphere a Determinant of Online Store Revisit Intention? Dr.  ...  is a determinant of online store revisit intention  Accept that Virtual social presence is a determinant of online store revisit intention 5.  ... 
doi:10.21608/jces.2022.248099 fatcat:jxb2mf5bnbhsrnkhwatf2fshyu

Complexity of Understanding Consumer Behavior from the Marketing Perspective

Jorge Arenas-Gaitán, Borja Sanz-Altamira, Patricio E. Ramírez-Correa
2019 Complexity  
Conflicts of Interest The authors declare that there are no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper. Jorge Arenas-Gaitán Borja Sanz-Altamira Patricio E. Ramírez-Correa  ...  It is important for retailers to think of the physical store not only in terms of sales generation, but also as a means of enriching the user's engagement with the consumer experience and the services  ...  This special issue analyzes four major topics that show the complexity of consumer behavior from the marketing perspective: the adoption of new technologies, the value cocreation in virtual environments  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/2837938 fatcat:vwnutuyxszgxtnlfot4iwlygzm

Factors Affecting the Intention to Use Virtual Stores: Perspectives of Consumers in Saudi Arabia

Wala Alkarney, Riyad Almakki, Floriano Scioscia
2022 Mobile Information Systems  
This study helps store owners to understand what features will enable a successful implementation of virtual stores (VSs). This study has several limitations.  ...  Companies have explored various forms of virtual reality (VR) shopping, yet what is known about the user adoption behavior of VR apps is minimal and research into VR shopping from a user acceptance perspective  ...  Acknowledgments The authors extend their appreciation to the Deanship of Scientific Research at Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University for funding and supporting this work through Graduate Students  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/8340406 fatcat:ekii7wlnbnglrk57nk6r7cocqu

Effects of Perceived Risk, Message Types, and Reading Motives on the Acceptance and Transmission of Electronic Word-of-Mouth Communication

Li-Shia Huang, Yu-Jen Chou, I-Ting Lan
2007 Contemporary Management Research  
and consumer reading motives (informational versus interpersonal) on opinion acceptance, boycott intentions, and transmission intentions.  ...  Electronic word-of-mouth communication has a powerful impact on service industries.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors thank the National Science Council of the Republic of China, Taiwan, for financially supporting this study under Contract No. NSC93-2416-H-030-020.  ... 
doi:10.7903/cmr.93 fatcat:mecn3ngcovhnpb3lqq6tkpuc7a
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