Quality Dimensions Delone& Mclean Model to Measure Students Accounting Computer Satisfaction: An Empirical Tes on Accounting System Information


Accounting software development has become a highgrowth industry. User satisfaction is the most widely measure
used to assess information system success in Delone-McLean
model. This research aims to analyze any factors measuring on
the success on utilization of accounting information system by
using Delone & McLean information system success model on
Zahir Accounting accounting information system. This
accounting information system is an accounting information
system used by 172 respondents namely students in department
of computer accounting in the learning of Computer Accounting
Application subject. Results of the research show that the quality
of accounting information utilization greatly affects on the net
benefit perceived by the respondents. It means that students in
department of computer accounting are satisfied to this
accounting information system and provide effects on the
creativity, increase users’ knowledge, convenience in using the
system, ability for problem solving, increase students’
participation and they are willing to share experiences in using
the accounting information system that they use. For the value of
Goodness Of Fit (GOF), it is obtained by 0,74 or 74%, it means
that these research results have been well-adjusted substantially
to represent real condition perceived by users.

Kata Kunci: Accounting Information System, Zahir Accounting, Delone and McLean (SEM)


Bidang ilmu
Sistem Informasi


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