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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/1276
Title: Kinerja Sistem Informasi Akuntansi (SIA) Ditinjau dari Kepuasan Pemakai dan Pemakaian SIA yang Dipengaruhi oleh Partisipasi, Kemampuan, Pelatihan dan Pendidikan Pemakai SIA
Authors: Srimindarti, Ceacilia
Puspitasari, Elen
Keywords: performance;user participation;the ability of users;training and user education;accounting information system
Issue Date: 14-Dec-2012
Publisher: Fakultas Ekonomika dan Bisnis UKSW
Abstract: This study aims to find empirical evidence of whether participation, ability, training and education of Accounting Information System (AIS) users have an influence on the performance of AIS which in terms of User Satisfaction and Usage AIS on the local government enterprises are rural banks and financial institutions sub-Central Java (PD BPR BKK). The reason for this research is based on the regulation of BANK INDONESIA (SE BI, December 31, 2009) about Using Financial Accounting Standards for BPR and effective on January 1, 2010 and SE BI on implementing Accounting Principles for Rural Banks (PA BPR) in June, 2010 , so the PD BPR BKK has an obligation to adjust an accounting system that will facilitate compliance with the new regulations. Respondents in this study were employees as users of AIS at PD BPR BKK on central Java. Data were obtained from questionnaires distributed to respondents. Data were analyzed with SPSS Multivariate Analysis and hypothesis testing using Multiple Linear Regression Analysis. Results of the hypothesis testing shows that user participation in the development of the system have a positive influence but not significant in the performance of the AIS, while the ability of the user, and training and education of AIS users has a positive and significant effect on the performance of AIS.
Description: p. 517-546
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/1276
ISBN: 978-979-3775-51-7
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