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Santhanamery Thominathan (Dr.)
Santhanamery Thominathan (Dr.)
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Trust in the system: The mediating effect of perceived usefulness of the e-filing system
T Santhanamery, T Ramayah
User Centric E-Government: Challenges and Opportunities, 89-103, 2018
492018
Explaining the e-Government usage using expectation confirmation model: The case of electronic tax filing in Malaysia
T Santhanamery, T Ramayah
Government e-Strategic Planning and Management: Practices, Patterns and …, 2014
462014
Understanding the effect of demographic and personality traits on the e-filing continuance usage intention in Malaysia
T Santhanamery, T Ramayah
Global Business Review 16 (1), 1-20, 2015
422015
Continued usage intention of e-filing system in Malaysia: the role of optimism bias
T Santhanamery, T Ramayah
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 65, 397-403, 2012
302012
Entrepreneurial intention of UiTM students and the mediating role of entrepreneurship education
SI Song, S Thominathan, NA Khalid
Asian Journal of University Education (AJUE) 7 (2), 236-251, 2021
222021
Explaining and predicting users' continuance usage intention toward e-filing utilizing technology continuance theory
T Santhanamery, T Ramayah
Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition, 831-846, 2018
202018
The effect of trust in the system and perceived risk in influencing continuance usage intention of an e-government system
T Santhanamery, T Ramayah
Journal of Applied Environmental and Biological Sciences 6 (3), 7-18, 2016
162016
The Effect of Personality Traits on User Continuance Usage Intention of e-Filing System
T Santhanamery, T Ramayah
Journal of Economics, Business and Management 1 (1), 25-29, 2013
122013
Research and Development in E-business Through Service-oriented Solutions
K Tarnay
IGI Global, 2013
82013
Tax payers continued use of an e-filing system: a proposed model
T Santhanamery, T Ramayah
Technics Technologies Education Management-TTEM 7 (1), 249-258, 2012
82012
Ensuring continued usage of an e-government service in Malaysia: The role of perceived usefulness and user satisfaction
S Thominathan, T Ramayah
Public affairs and administration: concepts, methodologies, tools, and …, 2015
72015
Cases on ICT Utilization, Practice and Solutions: Tools for Managing Day-to-Day Issues: Tools for Managing Day-to-Day Issues
MS Al-Mutairi, LA Mohammed
IGI Global, 2010
42010
THE EFFECT OF OPTIMISM BIAS AND PERCEIVED RISK ON THE CONTINUANCE USAGE INTENTION OF E-GOVERNMENT SERVICE
T SANTHANAMERY
MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF CONSUMER AND FAMILY ECONOMICS 22 (1), 137-151, 2019
32019
The effect of trust on the continuance intention of e-filing usage: A review of literatures
T Santhanamery, T Ramayah
Human-Centered System Design for Electronic Governance, 290-310, 2013
32013
Towards Understanding the Intention to Use and Continuance Usage Intention of E-Filing System in Malaysia: The Moderating Role of Perceived Risk
S Thominathan, T Ramayah
Research and Development in E-Business through Service-Oriented Solutions …, 2013
32013
The effect of trust on the continuance intention of e-filing usage
S Thominathan, T Ramayah
12015
The effect of trust on the continuance intention of E-filing usage: a review of literatures
S Thominathan, T Ramayah
Public Affairs and Administration: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and …, 2015
12015
Factors Influencing Continuance Usage Intention of E-Filing System among Taxpayers in Malaysia
S Thominathan
Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2014
12014
Towards a Customer Centric E-Government Application: The Case of E-Filing in Malaysia
S Thominathan, R Thurasamy
Cases on ICT Utilization, Practice and Solutions: Tools for Managing Day-to …, 2011
12011
Role of Entrepreneurial Education, Family Background, Attitude and Self Efficacy in Determining Students’ Entrepreneurial Intention: The Moderation and Mediation Approach
T Santhanamery, DI Shafie, S Saw-Imm, NA Khalid
Asian Journal of University Education 19 (4), 690-705, 2023
2023
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