The Impact of Technology Acceptance Model on Individual Performance in Indonesia
AbstractTechnology Acceptance Model (TAM) has been known since the 1980s. However, the conditions when this model was created are very different from the new normal conditions where the use of technology that supports Work From Home (WFH) is highly demanded. The technology used in the 1980s was also very different from today's information systems technology. This study relates the TAM model to individual performance. The respondents studied were 224 people throughout Indonesia. This study uses a quantitative approach and data analysis using path analysis. This study found that the TAM model had a positive effect on the performance of individual users of information systems in Indonesia during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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