Investigating the Impact of Online Service Convenience on Customer Engagement, Attitude and Intention to Use Food Delivery Apps

Vandana Vandana, Sachin Kumar, Vinod Kumar, Praveen Goyal


Furthermore, the role of customer engagement has been examined in relation to attitudes and intentions to use mobile food delivery apps. The data was collected in five malls of the National Capital Region (NCR) of India through a structured questionnaire. The convenience sampling method was employed, resulting in 161 responses. The Adanco 2.2 software was used to analyze the responses. Since this study represents the first attempt in the context of food delivery apps, its findings have implications for both academics and marketers.


Convenience; Customer Engagement; Food Delivery Apps; Mobile Apps; Online Service Convenience

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ISSN 1869-6945


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