Enterprise systems are gaining interests from both practitioners and researchers because of their potential linkages to organizational and individual user’s productivity. However, there are few papers that investigate enterprise systems management and implementation issues based on the end users’ perspective with the cross-cultural mechanisms, although currently the enterprise systems involves end-users with the different cultural backgrounds. Thus, this research-in-progress paper applies enterprise systems adoption issue to the cross-cultural end user perspectives based on the innovation diffusion theory, self-determinant theory, and Hofstede’s cultural dimensions.