Análise dos Fatores Que Influenciam a Intenção de Uso do M-Commerce por Americanos da Geração Millennial

Mauricio do Nascimento Perini, Fernanda Lazzari, Luciene Eberle, Gabriel Sperandio Milan

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Ao longo dos últimos anos, evidenciou-se um crescimento de vendas através do m-commerce (mobile commerce), por meio dos smartphones, que passou a ter impacto significativo no comércio eletrônico dos países. Com isso, surge a necessidade de investigar quais são os fatores que influenciam a Intenção de Uso do m-commerce pelos usuários. Por intermédio de uma adaptação do modelo da UTAUT (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology – Teoria Unificada de Aceitação e Uso de Tecnologia), este estudo analisou fatores que afetam a Intenção de Uso de americanos. Os resultados reafirmam a relação entre a Expectativa de Performance e as Condições Facilitadoras e a Intenção de Uso. Além disso, confirmou-se a relação entre a Expectativa de Performance e a Expectativa de Esforço e entre a Expectativa de Esforço e as Condições Facilitadoras. Por fim, apresenta-se o efeito moderador da idade entre a Influência Social e a Intenção de Uso do m-commerce.


comércio eletrônico; m-commerce; UTAUT; intenção de uso; adoção de tecnologia


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