The Influence of Perceived Benefits and Ease of Use Quick Response Indonesian Standard (QRIS): TAM Theory Approach
Keywords:Benefits, Convenience, Student Interest, Quick Response Indonesian Standard (QRIS)
This study aims to test and analyze the Effect of Perceived Benefits and Perceived Convenience on Student Interest Using Quick Response Indonesian Standard (QRIS). This study used purposive sampling techniques as a sampling so that 93 samples from 1170 populations were obtained. Data collection methods using questionnaires and documentation. Multiple linear regression analysis method with the help of IBM SPSS Statistic Version 25 software application. The results of this study show that (1) the perception of benefits has a positive effect on student interest in using Quick Response Indonesian Standard (QRIS). (2) the perception of convenience has a positive effect on students' interest in using Quick Response Indonesian Standard (QRIS). (3) perception of benefits and perception of convenience simultaneously have a positive effect on student interest in using Quick Response Indonesian Standard (QRIS).
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