Briefly explain what makes users not accept new system

Briefly explain what makes users not accept new system

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Briefly explain what makes users not accept new system Failing to involve those who will be using the system most in the decision and rollout process leads to resistance of the entire system rollout process. Sometimes the system is so complex for the new users to learn by themselves. Lack of information about the benefits of using the information system to the end users discourage its usage. Showing users the benefits upfront allows them to see the long term benefits before the first piece of data is entered, which typically serves as positive motivation. Lack of adequate training to users on what they need to know on the information system. It is necessary to train stuff to create awareness and roll out the new features.
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