When using self-service solutions to deliver services the challenge is to retain the trust of the end user. This is specifically the case when dealing with end users in the fresh produce market environment. This sector has not seen the adoption of self-service technologies specifically in southern Africa. In this paper we propose a model to enhance our understanding of trust formation using self-service technologies. A qualitative research approach, based on a case study was followed to create the model. This case study offers insight into how the dynamics of the product, supporting services and the technology shapes trust forming behaviour.
Range, Justy and Leonard, Awie C. PhD
"Progressive Trust Formation within the South African Fresh Produce Industry through the use of Self-Service Technologies,"
The African Journal of Information Systems: Vol. 7
, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/ajis/vol7/iss3/1
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