A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF VARIOUS INFORMATION SYSTEMS ACCEPTANCE MODELS

F. H. CHANDIO, H. A. NIZAMANI, Q.U.A. NIZAMANI, S. VIGHIO, M. S. CHANDIO

Abstract


Since the inception of information systems (IS), there has been an ongoing quest among the research community to find those factors that influence users to accept and to make use of such systems. This issue is of particular importance for organisations because by understanding influencing factors, management will be able to understand users’ perceptions and intentions towards a given IS. Besides, this will also enable system designers and developers to enhance the use and acceptance of newly  developed  systems  through  focusing  on user-centred design choices. Over the decades, researchers have been investigating the factors predicting user acceptance of information systems / information technology using various theories and models. This article presents a comparative analysis of the models which have been consistently used to understand acceptance of various information systems.


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