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Title: Problems when Implementing Information Systems - Proposing checklist & strategies to improve user satisfaction and user acceptance
Authors: Kumar Bokka, Pradeep
Thirugnanasambandan, Thangabalu
Department: Högskolan i Borås/Institutionen Handels- och IT-högskolan
Issue Date: 11-Oct-2012
Series/Report no.: Magisteruppsats
Programme: Magisterutbildning i informatik
Publisher: University of Borås/School of Business and IT
Media type: text
Keywords: Information Systems
User Acceptance
User Satisfaction
Effective Communication
Continuous process Improvements
Abstract: In this age of technology, people or the companies all over the world have started using the easy way to find information or to process a particular task selected or given. In this path, Information systems have gone a long way with day to day improvements and upgrades with everything about what it can be done to give the right access and right task to the users. The developers have gone to such an extent that nothing can be compromised in the development or in the implementation of Information systems, however in the practical scenario there are many issues that are to be taken into consideration to develop an Information System and also in the implementation of the same. Here, in this thesis we will try to bring out those factors where in the implementation of Information Systems can go wrong and what are to be considered in order for the IS to be useful than it has to be emphasising on user satisfaction and user acceptance
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