Service quality and self-determination theory towards continuance usage intention of mobile banking

Dedi I. Inan, Achmad Nizar Hidayanto, Ratna Juita, Faiz Fadhillah Soemawilaga, Fivi Melinda, Puspacinantya Puspacinantya, Yasmin Amalia

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Abstract

Purpose: This research set out to investigate the quality service and self-determination theory (SDT) that contributes to the continuance usage of m-banking. Design/methodology/approach: A valid of 310 respondents who experienced and intensified using the m-banking is collected. The proposed research model is empirically tested using structural equation modelling. Findings: The result informs that the service quality can not only be significantly mediated by the SDT, but it also has a direct effect to the satisfaction. It also informs that the satisfaction and the perceived usefulness indeed have a significant effect to the continuance usage intention of the m-banking. In addition, it also demonstrates that the perceived competence and perceived relatedness of the SDT significantly influence satisfaction and perceived usefulness towards the continuance usage intention of the m-banking. Practical implications: Practically, the results inform the bank management the factors to be taken into account to increase the motivation of the existing customers for them to continue using the m-banking. Originality/value: Theoretically, these results contribute to the existing literatures of the m-banking by introducing the SDT that determines the continuance usage intention of it.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Science and Technology Policy Management
DOIs
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2021

Keywords

  • Continuance usage
  • Continuance usage intention
  • Mobile banking
  • Perceived usefulness
  • Satisfaction
  • Self-determination theory
  • Service quality

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