Examining Readiness of Single Sign-On System Implementation Based on its Input-Process-Output Logic Dimension

Syopiansyah Jaya Putra, Hersy Ayu Qadrya, A’ang Subiyakto, Yusuf Durachman.

Readiness of users from the application of a new information system (IS) is one of the important factors that greatly affects the success of the implementation. Readiness is a major role one of them in minimizing the risk of failure of application of SI. This examination was conducted to determine the level of preparedness of single sign-on (SSO) system implementation in a university in Indonesia using the stakeholder perceptions. The use of the developed readiness model was based on adoption, combination, and adaptation of the Technology Readiness Index (TRI) 2.0 model with organizational factors. A total of 250 respondents were used based on a special technique of multilevel sampling. This quantitative research used the partial least square structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) method with the SmartPLS 3.0 in its data analysis stage. As a result, six of the 19 hypotheses were rejected. So, the factors that affected the degree of readiness are individual actions and characteristics, system content, and overall organizational context. This research was expected to help decision-making for the highest managerial level in SSO implementation solutions as well as the development model can also be an alternative in measuring the readiness level of the next studies.

Volume 12 | Issue 6

Pages: 2564-2575

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I6/S20201215