End user development: Satisfaction with tools and satisfaction with applications
McGill, T.J., van der Heyden, J. and Hopkins, G. (2001) End user development: Satisfaction with tools and satisfaction with applications. In: Managing Information Technology in a Global Economy: 2001 IRMA International Conference, 20 - 23 May, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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This study explored the relationship between end user developers’ perceptions of their applications and their perceptions of the tools used to create them. Satisfaction with a user developed application was found to be significantly correlated with satisfaction with the tool used to create the application. The role of experience in this relationship was also explored, and possible implications of the findings are discussed.
|Publication Type:||Conference Paper|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Information Technology|
|Publisher:||Idea Group Publishing|
|Notes:||Managing Information Technology in a Global Economy ( 2001 IRMA Conference Proceedings)Idea Group Publishing p617 - 620|
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