According to the dramatic development of innovative information technology in worldwide ranges, business climate has changed from traditional commerce to virtual commerce in recent two decades. It is important to synthetically understand customers' adoption intention of new technology for better business management and strategy involved with information technology. Thus, this study extends the Flow theory by integrating variables from the revised Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology 2 (UTAUT2) model and satisfaction to propose a theoretical development for investigating the factors determining customers' behavioral intention on adopting new information technology. In addition, the proposed theoretical development contributes the relevant researches on systematical understanding customers' adoption intention determined from technological perceptions to mental cognition. Moreover, the proposed framework and measurement method can be applied as reference for relevant researchers and stakeholders to investigate customers' behaviors for further research and future business management and strategy.