Studi Komparasi Model Framework Dalam Pemanfatan Teknologi Informasi Dan Kesuksesan Sistem Informasi

  • Achmad Solechan Program Studi Sistem Informasi, STMIK Provisi Semarang
Keywords: framework, user acceptance, dan Information System Success

Abstract

Number of theories that use information technology to provide information to the project information system to perform in-depth study and analysis before the project is done and applied information system into an application software product. Basically these theories aim to use information technology to give satisfaction to the users, so the user expectations in using information technology to be realized.

Data analysis techniques used in this study is a qualitative analysis aimed to gather in-depth understanding of the behavior and the reasons for the selection of behavior. The qualitative method used is to describe each framework to study the model drawings, describes the research indicators, so as to

distinguish the use of the framework in the analysis of information systems projects.

Comparison of the results showed that before the design phase and implementation of the system needs to be done and needs analysis system using the framework user acceptance framework by using the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) is based on faith (belief), attitude, interest and user behavior relationship. But they can also use the Theory of Planned Behavior that is the theory that provides a framework to study attitudes toward behaviors. After a needs analysis and has been designed and implemented the system can then use the framework to analyze the success of Information Systems. This model was found by DeLone and McLean (1992) who finds success can be represented by an SI qualitative characteristics of the SI itself (system quality), quality of output from SI (information quality), the consumption of the output (use), user response to the SI (user satisfaction), the influence of IS on user habits (individual impact), and its impact on organizational performance (organizational impact)
Published
2012-03-01
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