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The Role of IT Infrastructure in IS Success Model: Applying the IS Success Model in Low-Income Countries Context
Americas Conference on Information Systems
DeLone and McLean's Information Systems Success model was validated empirically in many developed countries. However, it was not tested in Low-Income Countries (LICs) context where IT infrastructure is a serious hurdle for IS success. Testing the Model in LIC context assures generalizability and relevance of the model. This study looks at two research questions: (1) is the IS success model valid in LICs context? and ( 2 ) what is the impact of IT Infrastructure on IS success? To address thesedblp:conf/amcis/Borena12 fatcat:mq63lvzi7zae3posboosmksowq