A STUDY ON STUDENT BEHAVIORAL INTENTIONS TO ELECTRONIC PAYMENT APPLICATION AS REPLACEMENT OF TRADITIONAL PAYMENT OPTION
Currently the university has provided both electronic and traditional payment options to students. This study employs a quantitative analysis method to explore the utilization behavior of the financial management system in the College of Continuing Education. Additionally, the study examines the impact of perceived risk, service quality, and convenience conditions on user behavior concerning the financial management information system. The research was conducted at a private vocational college in Guangdong Province, China. Data was collected through 378 online questionnaires administered to current students at the college. The relationship between each function and consumer satisfaction was analyzed, identifying core functions that significantly contribute to ease of use, thus providing valuable insights for system function enhancement. This system holds immense theoretical and practical significance.
Electronic Payment, Traditional Payment, Behavioral Intention.