Understanding Mobile Showrooming Based on a Technology Acceptance and Use Model
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Chimborazo-Azogue, Luis-Edwin; Frasquet, Marta; Molla-Descals, Alejandro; Miquel-Romero, Maria-Jose
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Showrooming is an increasingly popular behaviour in the omnichannel era. The purpose of this paper is to understand the consumer intention to showroom through a technology acceptance and use model based on UTAUT2 that includes value consciousness and purchase involvement as drivers of showrooming intention and mobile dependency as a moderator. Data collected via a survey answered by 659 showroomers were analysed using Partial Least Squares (PLS). Results show that value consciousness, purchase involvement, hedonic motivation and social influence explain mobile showrooming intention and mobile dependency moderates the impact of value consciousness on mobile showrooming intention. Our results offer suggestions for multichannel retailers to deal with showroomers visiting their stores to try to turn them into buyers.

    Chimborazo-Azogue, Luis-Edwin Frasquet, Marta Molla-Descals, Alejandro Miquel-Romero, Maria-Jose 2021 Understanding Mobile Showrooming Based on a Technology Acceptance and Use Model Sustainability 13 7288 1 17

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