International Journal of Data and Network Science

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ISSN / EISSN : 2561-8148 / 2561-8156
Published by: Growing Science (10.5267)
Total articles ≅ 191
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I Gusti Ayu Ketut Giantari, Ni Nyoman Kerti Yasa, Herkulanus Bambang Suprasto, Putu Laksmita Dewi Rahmayanti
International Journal of Data and Network Science, Volume 6, pp 217-232; https://doi.org/10.5267/j.ijdns.2021.9.006

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This study aims to explain the role of digital marketing adoption in mediating the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and the intensity of competition on business performance, which is seen from the perspective of financial performance and non-financial performance. This research was conducted on the culinary sector SMEs in Bali. The size of the sample used is 210 culinary sector SMEs with a purposive sampling approach, namely the culinary sector SMEs that have adopted digital marketing. The analytical tool used is SEM-PLS. The results of the study show that the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and the intensity of competition has a negative and significant effect on business performance, both financial and non-financial performance. The adoption of digital marketing was unable to mediate the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and the intensity of competition on financial performance, but the adoption of digital marketing was capable in mediating the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and the intensity of competition on non-financial performance. Therefore, the adoption of digital marketing needs to be re-optimized to improve business performance, both financial and non-financial performance.
Ribut Basuki, Zeplin Jiwa Husada Tarigan, Hotlan Siagian, Liem Satya Limanta, Dwi Setiawan, Jenny Mochtar
International Journal of Data and Network Science, Volume 6, pp 253-262; https://doi.org/10.5267/j.ijdns.2021.9.003

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Pandemic Covid-19 has resulted in disruption in various industry and business sectors. People spend more time at home than they do outside. People who like movies during this time can enjoy the cinema. However, during the covid-19 pandemic, it must be done online to follow strictly regulated restrictions on community activities to avoid the uncontrolled spread of the virus. As a result, streaming platforms with the advancement of internet technology are increasingly playing a role in providing online services for movie fans. This study investigated the effects of perceived ease of use, usefulness, enjoyment, and intention to use online platforms on behavioral intention in online movies during the Covid 19 pandemic. The questionnaires were distributed by sending google form links to respondents who have a streaming platform subscription in Indonesia. As many as 772 questionnaires were filled out completely and could be processed. Data analysis was done by using partial least squares with Smart PLS software. The results have shown that eight proposed hypotheses have been supported in this study. Perceived ease of use positively affects the perceived usefulness, perceived enjoyment, and intention to watch movies online. Furthermore, perceived usefulness affects perceived enjoyment and intention to watch movies online. Perceived enjoyment influences intention to use and behavioral intention. Finally, intention to use online platforms influences behavioral intention. This research contributes in theory to the technology acceptance model and provides film industry practitioners with insight into enhancing customer behavioral intention in the pandemic era.
Fadhila Hamza
International Journal of Data and Network Science, Volume 6, pp 155-164; https://doi.org/10.5267/j.ijdns.2021.9.012

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This paper shows empirically the impact of organizational and behavioral determinants on the CEO's investment horizon choice, using artificial intelligence explanatory methods. We apply our approach to 100 Saudi firms. We test the effect of three organizational determinants: ownership concentration, board independence, and CEO remuneration system; and three behavioral determinants: myopia, the locus of control and commitment, on the CEO's investment horizon choice. The study’s key finding is that executives' commitment bias is the most important variable in terms of modal value that affects firms' long-term investment choice. We also find a positive and significant relationship between myopia and long-term investment choice, whereas the lowliest determinant of the horizon choice is the locus of control. More generally, these results show that CEOs who are likely to be the most myopic may display long-term behavior with the existence of high cognitive involvement.
Raden Aswin Rahadi, Yunieta Anny Nainggolan, Kurnia Fajar Afgani, Mohd Yusoff Yusliza, Juhari Noor Faezah, Thurasamy Ramayah, Jumadil Saputra, Zikri Muhammad, Khalid Farooq, Chyntia Angelina
International Journal of Data and Network Science, Volume 6, pp 137-146; https://doi.org/10.5267/j.ijdns.2021.9.014

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Nowadays, transactions on e-commerce platforms (e-payment) utilizing a credit card are popular. Using credit cards for electronic purchases over the Internet is much different from offline purchases in traditional stores; only online transactions do not include either physical credit card or a signature. The e-payment has become a common mode of payment for online transactions made. It is an electronic billing system that gives clients the ability to make payments using the Internet. The objective of this paper was to analyze the associations among continuance intention e-payment, effort expectancy, facilitating conditions, performance expectancy, social influence, and actual usage of e-payment. The data was tested empirically on data collected from 667 Generation Z e-payment users in Malaysia. The results found that facilitating conditions, performance expectancy, and social influence impacted the actual usage of e-payment. Surprisingly, effort expectancy was not significantly associated with the actual e-payment usage. The findings of this study have several implications for managers and point the way towards future research. No prior empirical study has investigated the role of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology model on e-payment usage among Generation Z in Malaysia to the best of the authors’ knowledge. These results provide valuable contributions that can help decision-makers formulate or adjust their strategies associated with e-payments.
A.A.I.N. Marhaeni, I G W Murjana Yasa, Mochammad Fahlevi
International Journal of Data and Network Science, Volume 6, pp 209-216; https://doi.org/10.5267/j.ijdns.2021.9.007

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The use of celebrity endorsements is one of the most popular strategies used by companies today. Celebrities can bring product advantages through advertising and go beyond the complexities of competitive advertising communications. The company invests a large amount of money to get the attention of consumers and gain a competitive position in the market. The purpose of this study is to explore the effect of celebrity trust on the credibility of advertisements, brands, and companies, then the influence between the credibility of advertisements, brands, and companies, and will also explore the role of gender and age as moderating variables. The study used a quantitative method, the sample was taken based on purposive sampling in Jakarta and used the artist with the most followers as the object of research who endorsed food and beverage companies. The results of this study explain that there is a significant influence between celebrity trust on all credibility, gender and age managed to moderate the influence of celebrity trust on credibility. This study provides input to managers and food and beverage companies in using endorsements on Instagram social media as their marketing strategy, especially for companies that have a market share of young people in accordance with the characteristics of the respondents in this study.
Sura Al-Ayed
International Journal of Data and Network Science, Volume 6, pp 73-80; https://doi.org/10.5267/j.ijdns.2021.10.002

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E-commerce and online shopping is the future of global trade, hence the importance of building E-customer loyalty and maintaining it in the electronic markets becomes even more important. This paper attempts to identify factors affecting the value of electronic commerce in the Saudi environment. Likewise, it explores the impact of these factors on E- customer loyalty. Simple random sampling was used for the purposes of the current study, as the first study included 247 electronic customers. Data were collected through electronic questionnaires sent to the study participants. The results show that the factors had a positive impact in building E- customer loyalty Care, Character, Choice, Convenience, Customization, and Cultivation. Basically, e-commerce is considered a pioneer in business organizations today, and this is witnessed by its increasing and growing profits and expanding its market share, through its focus on the E-loyalty customers. Basically, e-commerce is considered a pioneer in business organizations today, and this is witnessed by its increasing and growing profits and expanding its market share, through its focus on the E-loyalty customers.
Khamaludin Khamaludin, Syahriani Syam, Febri Rismaningsih, Lusiani Lusiani, Lily Arlianti, Ahmad Fajar Herlani, Mochammad Fahlevi, Raendhi Rahmadi, Vina Septiana Windyasari, Fita Widiyatun
International Journal of Data and Network Science, Volume 6, pp 9-16; https://doi.org/10.5267/j.ijdns.2021.11.002

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the influence of social media marketing, product innovation, market orientation on marketing performance. The study uses quantitative methods and data analysis techniques are based on Structural Equation Modeling using SmartPLS 3.0 software. The sample selection method uses the snowball sampling method. Online questionnaires are sent to 320 SMEs in Banten Province, where 300 responses are used. The results of data analysis show that social media marketing has a significant effect on marketing performance, product innovation has a significant effect on marketing performance and market orientation has a significant effect on marketing performance.
Ida Bagus Raka Suardana, Luh Kadek Budi Martini, Nyoman Sri Subawa, Made Setini
International Journal of Data and Network Science, Volume 6, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.5267/j.ijdns.2021.11.003

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of ease of use, transaction success rate, and technological system capability on trust and to determine the effect of ease of use, transaction success rate, technology system capability and interest in transaction using mobile banking. This research was conducted at PT Bank NIAGA which is located in Denpasar. The data collection technique used a questionnaire to 160 PT Bank NIAGA customers who were selected as samples. Data were analyzed by Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with AMOS program. Ease of use, transaction success rate, and technology system capability have a positive and significant influence on trust and interest in transacting using mobile banking. This means that the better the ease of use, the success rate of transactions, and the capability of the technology system, the higher the customer trust and interest in transactions using mobile banking.
Heba Awawdeh, Hanadi Abulaila, Abdallah Alshanty, Amrou Alzoubi
International Journal of Data and Network Science, Volume 6, pp 233-242; https://doi.org/10.5267/j.ijdns.2021.9.005

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This study aimed to test and evaluate the impact of Digital Entrepreneurship and its impact on digital supply chains in Jordanian hotels, and the mediating role of digital supply chains in this relationship. The descriptive analytical method was used, and the study population consisted of (835) male and female employees, and a random sample was used with a simple random sample of (342) participants. To achieve the objectives of the study, a developed questionnaire was used to collect data from the sample members. The study adopted the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS.V.22) and Structural Equations Modeling (SEM) using the AMOS program for path analysis and to perform statistical analysis using: Descriptive and inferential statistics measures, including Multiple linear regression, Pearson correlation coefficient, skew coefficient, multiple linear correlation, variance inflation coefficient and permissible variance. The study reached results, the most important of which were: The most important results of the study were: the presence of an important impact of Digital Entrepreneurship in digital supply chains and the presence of a significant impact of Digital Entrepreneurship through business intelligence applications as an intermediate variable in digital supply chains. The study recommends the need to enhance Digital Entrepreneurship in Jordanian hotels by focusing on the holistic view of these hotels and their environment, whether the internal environment that focuses on strengths and weaknesses in the hotel’s capabilities or their external environment that brings opportunities and challenges.
Abdulla Alsharhan, Said A. Salloum, Ahmad Aburayya
International Journal of Data and Network Science, Volume 6, pp 193-208; https://doi.org/10.5267/j.ijdns.2021.9.008

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This study aims to establish Middle East users' perspectives on the major factors that impact their decision to adopt Augmented Reality AR smart glasses (ARSG). Thus, an online questionnaire was designed and sent directly to the respondents, and 584 valid data points were collected from individuals living in the Middle East. The data were analyzed using Pearson correlations and Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) techniques using SPSS. Eleven hypotheses were tested using Multiple Regression analysis, where seven independent variables out of eleven were confirmed to have a significant impact on the perceived adoption of ARSG. The results indicate that four of the independent variables including Pre-Market Knowledge, Image, Own privacy and Technology innovativeness show the significant impact on ARSG adoption at the 1% significant level. In addition, the results indicate that three of the social and technological factors include Perceived Ease of use, Perceived usefulness and Other's privacy show the significant effect on ARSG adoption at the 5% significant level. Among the 7 social and technological factors, the results suggest that technology innovation expresses the strongest effect on ARSG adoption with the highest coefficient value of 0.413 (b = 0.413, t = 12.881, ρ < 0.01). Moreover, user intention is significantly impacted by gender and place of living but not by education or age. The research also provides pre-market insights on users' personal types that represent who will most likely adopt the new smart glasses and that differentiate them based on their priorities. To the best of our knowledge, this is among the first works to investigate technology acceptance drivers of AR smart glasses in the Middle East.
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