Asro Nasiri, Mardhiya Hayty


This study measures the acceptance of foreign exchange
and commodities traders/investors on the use of the
expert system in the form of EA in helping their online
trading process. This research model is based on the
Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) popularized by
Fred D. Davis. Constructs used in this study is Perceived
Ease of Use, Perceived Usefulness, Attitude Toward
Using, Behavioural Intention to Use, Actual System Use,
External Variables (User Involvement.
The primary data in this study were obtained from
questionnaires. Some sample of forex traders as
respondents were asked to fill out an online
questionnaire. The data then processed and analysed by
Structural Equation Model (SEM) method with the help
of IBM SPSS AMOS 20 software.
The results of this study show that Perceived Ease of Use
has a positive and strong influence on Perceived
Usefulness, Perceived Usefulness has a positive and
strong influence on Attitude Toward Using, Attitude
Toward Using has a positive and strong influence on
Behavioral Intention to Use, Behavioral Intention to Use
has a positive and strong influence on Actual System Use
and user involvement has a positive and strong influence
on Perceived Ease of Use.
Keywords— Expert System, Technology Acceptance
Model (TAM), Structural Equation Modelling (SEM)

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