KAJIAN KEBERHASILAN PENGGUNAAN SISTEM INFORMASI ACCURATE DENGAN MENGGUNAKAN MODEL KESUKSESAN SISTEM INFORMASI DELON DAN MCLEAN
Accurate accounting information system is one of accounting information systems used in the six
companies in the city of Sukabumi. DeLone and McLean information system success model is a
suitable model to measure the success of the application of information systems in an organization
or company. This study will analyze factors that measure the success of DeLone & McLean
information systems model to the users of the Accurate accounting information systems in six
companies in the city of Sukabumi. The data collected from 37 respondents through surveys, is then
analyzed using Partial Least Squares (PLS) available in SmartPLS 2.0 M3 software application.
Results demonstrates that the quality of information and service quality does not have a significant
effect on the usage variable, while other variables have significant in measuring the success of the
use of Accurate accounting information systems to the value of R-squares for use 0.57, 0.94 for user
satisfaction and 0.94 for net benefit. And the value of goodness of fit (GoF) of 0.72 or 72%, so the
models are substantially enough to represent the research result.
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