KFUPM Website | AACSB accredited since 2002

Dr. Ibrahim Muhammad Al-Jabri


He is a professor of Management Information Systems. He earned his Ph.D. from Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA in 1991. Formerly, he was the Dean of Library Affairs from 1998 to 2004, the Deputy Director of Information Technology Center in 1997, and the Director of Program Assessment Center 2006 from to 2010.

The current research interest includes the use and adoption of information technology in business organizations and educational institutions, information privacy and cloud computing. His publications have appeared in leading academic journals and international conferences.


Ph.D. in MIS, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois, USA
MBA, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
BS in Industrial Management, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia


Information Systems Ethics,
IS Skills and Knowlwedge
Adoption and Uses of ERP Systems
Computer Attitudes
Satisfaction and Self-Efficacy
E-commerce, E-Banking, E-Services, E-government

Recent Research

Al-Jabri, I.M., Sohail, M.S. and Ndubisi, N.O. (2015) “Undestanding the usage of global social networking sites by Arabs through the lens of uses and gratifications theory”, Journal of Service Management, 26(4), pp. 662-680.  

Ibrahim Al-Jabri and Narcyz Roztocki, 2015, Adoption of ERP systems: Does information transparency matter?, Telematics and Informatics, 32(2), 300-310.

Ibrahim Al-Jabri, 2015, The intention to use mobile banking: Further evidence from Saudi Arabia, South African Journal Bussness Management, 46(1), 23-34.

Ibrahim Al-Jabri, 2015, Antecedents of user satisfaction with ERP systems: mediation analyses, Kybernetes, 44(1), 107-123.

M.S. Sohail & I. M. Al-Jabri, 2014, Attitudes towards mobile banking: are there any differences between users and non-users?, Behavior & Information Technology, 33(4), 335-344.

I. M. Al-Jabri & M.S. Sohail, 2012, Mobile Banking Adoption: Application of Diffusion of Innovation Theory, Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, 13 (4), 379-391.

We are using cookies to give you the best experience. You can find out more about which cookies we are using or switch them off in privacy settings.
AcceptPrivacy Settings