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Kontributor : Robby Kurniawan Apakah siklus pendapatan itu? Siklus pendapatan merupakan serangkaian aktivitas bisnis terkait pemrosesan transaksi secara berulang-ulang mengenai pemberian barang/jasa pada pelanggan dan menerima pelunasan dari pemberian barang/jasa tersebut. Barang/jasa yang diberikan haruslah sesuai dengan kesepakatan antara penjual dan pembeli, baik mengenai waktu, tempat maupun harga yang sesuai merupakan aktivitas utama dari kegiatan siklus pendapatan. Romney (2016) menjelaskan fungsi dasar sistem informasi dalam siklus pendapatan, seperti: Memproses data menjadi informasi mengenai berbagai aktifitas bisnis,  Menyimpan informasi tersebut yang nantinya akan digunakan sebagai pendukung pengambilan keputusan, dan  Mengawasi dan memastikan keandalan informasi terhadap sumber daya perusahaan. Apakah tujuan dari siklus pendapatan? Siklus pendapatan bertujuan untuk mengetahui secara rinci proses diterimanya pendapatan saat terjadi penagihan kas. Perusahaa


E-Banking Contribution: Delta Denida E-banking Electronic Banking (English: E-banking) E-banking, also known as internet banking, is an activity that conducts transactions, payments, and other transactions through the internet with a website owned by a bank equipped with a security system. From time to time, more and more banks are providing internet banking services or services that are regulated through Bank Indonesia Regulation No. 9/15 / PBI / 2007 of 2007 concerning 7722 Application of Risk Management in the Use of Information Technology by Commercial Banks. The implementation of internet banking is an application or application of information technology that continues to grow and is used to answer the desires of banking customers who want fast, safe, convenient and cheap services available at all times (24 hours/day, 7 days/week) and can be accessed anywhere it's from cellphones, computers, laptops/notebooks, PDAs, and so on. Information technology applications in

What is E-Business?

What is E-Business? Contribution: Melva Evita Turnip A. What is e-business? Electronic Business or E-Business is an activity of transactions, buying and selling, business conducted through electronic devices or with the internet so that companies can directly interact with customers, suppliers and business partners. Or the shorter meaning of e-business is the use of Information and Communication Technology to run and manage its business so that it can benefit. Information and Communication Technology in e-business is used to enhance the company's business which includes all profit-oriented and non-profit-oriented aspects of a company. E-business can also be said as an advertisement so that consumers can buy company products. So that e-business is very useful for e-comerce because the function of e-business is to support parts of the company such as production, finance, marketing, etc. So the company will use Information and Communication Technology to run and manage its

What is E-Learning?

What is E-Learning? Contribution: Riamdhani Silmia Yahya E-Learning or Electronic Learning is a process of teaching and learning using electronic media by utilizing computer technology, computer networks or the internet so that lecturers with students in the scope of higher education do not have to be face to face. E-learning is the basis and logical consequence of the development of information and communication technology to improve the effectiveness of learning and the quality of education. Examples of E-Learning Platforms Google Classroom. Google Classroom is a learning management system developed by Google and designed to provide instructional materials, assignment assignments and integrated assessment tests. Ruangguru (informal education). It’s a startup company that focuses on non-formal education to help students find various mentors in cyberspace. Zenius. Zenius is a local technology-based education company that provides online tutoring through guidance on ra

Geographic Information System

Geographic Information System Contribution: Tifanny Laurenza Geographic Information System (GIS) is a system with software that can analyze and display data using digitized maps to enhance planning and decision making. This system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present spatial or geographic data. GIS works by providing alternative options to the user such as the fastest route, free traffic route, and the farthest route. GIS also gives an option according to what vehicle we use, for example, travel time if using a motorbike will be different from walking. The first known use of the term "geographic information system" was by Roger Tomlinson in the year 1968 in his paper "A Geographic Information System for Regional Planning". Tomlinson is also acknowledged as the "Father of GIS". In specific, GIS should all include the ability to digitize geographic features, connect geographic features to a database that has inform


E-HEALTH Contributor: Diva Estriza Maharani Background One of the health services industry is currently developing in adopting information technology called E-Health. Since 1997, WHO has planned the use of information technology for health services and medical needs, until 2005 at the E-Health resolution number 58.28 in 2003 at the World Summit held in Geneva. In Indonesia, the use of information technology for the health sector has been regulated in Law No. 36 of 2009 concerning Health, were to carry out effective and efficient health efforts, health information is needed through information systems and across sectors. The development of E-Health in Indonesia, unlike the example of New Zealand, France, and other Western countries, has not shown rapid development. Indeed, the signs towards there have begun to be seen with the increasingly widespread study of the world of medical informatics, health sites and the medical world that began to be built up a lot. Understandi

Electronic Money

<b>Electronic Money</b> Contributor: Shafira Alifiana Elmira Electronic money is one of the money that nowadays people used as payment ways in daily life. Electronic money only exists in digital format and the transaction used computer network like the internet or smart card that has a stored value. We called this as electronic cash, e-money, digital money, digital cash, or digital currency. The technology of digital money has a big potential for replacing coin or paper money in circulation now into a cashless society. Technology information system and financial are now integrated, people become familiar with digital money especially the youth or we called the generation z, many young people who have switched from cash to cashless. The advantage of using electronic money besides being practical, when transacting is also considered faster than using cash. Indonesian bank (BI) reports showing that the use of electronic money until quarter-1 2018 increased by 361

Artificial Intellegence

Artificial Intellegent Contributor: Safira Amalia C. Artificial Intelligence (AI), is defined as the intelligence of a scientific entity. Andreas Kaplan and Michael Haenlein define artificial intelligence as "the ability of the system to interpret external data correctly, to learn from that data, and to use that learning to achieve certain goals and tasks through flexible adaptation". Intelligence is inserted into a machine (computer) in order to be able to do work as can be done by humans. Several types of fields that use artificial intelligence are expert systems, computer games, fuzzy logic, artificial neural networks and robotics. AI is divided into two ideas, namely Conventional AI and Computational Intelligence (CI). Conventional AI mostly involves methods that are now classified as machine learning, which is characterized by formalism and statistical analysis. Also known as symbolic AI, logical AI, pure AI and GOFAI, Good Old Fashi


Sensors Contributor : Rizkya Samara Dewi A sensor is an electronic component that functions to convert mechanical, magnetic, heat, light, and chemical quantities into electricity in the form of voltage, resistance and electric current. Sensors are often used for detection when making measurements or controls. Sensor Classification: In general, based on the function and use of the sensor can be grouped into 3 parts, namely: Thermal Sensor (Temperature Sensor) Thermal sensor is a sensor that is used to detect symptoms of changes in heat / temperature / temperature in a dimension of a certain object or space dimension. Mechanical Sensor Mechanical sensors are sensors that detect changes in mechanical motion, such as displacement or shift or position, straight and circular motion, pressure, flow, level and so on. Optical Sensor (Light Sensor) An optical or light sensor is a sensor that detects changes in light from a light source, reflection of li


INTERNET OF THINGS IN THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 4.0 Contributor : Syafira Az Zahra The term of Industrial Revolution 4.0 is now familiar because it is often discussed in various fields of business and industry. The term for the fourth industrial revolution era is the name of the latest data automation and exchange trends in manufacturing or factory technology. This trend has changed many areas of human life, including the economy, the world of work, even the human lifestyle itself. In short, revolution 4.0 instills intelligent technology that can connect with various fields of human life. In this industrial revolution 4.0, manufacturing technology has entered the trend of data automation and exchange. These include cyber-physical systems, cloud computing, cognitive computing, and most importantly internet of things (IoT). What is Internet of Things? Internet of Things or also known as IoT is a concept where certain objects have the ability to t

Development of the Industrial Revolution

Development of the Industrial Revolution Contributor : Emir Surya Industrial Revolution Previously, did we know what the Industrial Revolution was? Well, the definition of the Industrial Revolution itself is simply a big and radical change in the ways of producing goods. In the history of mankind, this change has been recorded three times, and now, we are experiencing a fourth change. Every change in change must be followed by other changes in the economic, social, political, military, and even cultural fields. For more details, we must look at every industrial revolution. But the point is the industrial revolution has made it easier for humans in the process of producing goods. What was originally difficult, old and expensive, suddenly became easy, fast, and inexpensive. Starting from industrial revolution 1.0, industrial revolution 2.0, industrial revolution 3.0 and last 4.0 First, the Industrial Revolution 1.0 began with the discovery of a steam e

What’s Cloud Computing? The History about Cloud and all you need to know about Cloud Computing

What’s Cloud Computing? The History about Cloud and all you need to know about Cloud Computing Contributor : Rizqi Maulana In this era of technology, whatever we’re working on will always be made easy by the development and improvement of technology. The role of cloud computing contributing a significant impact on simplifying a numerous amount of activity that we had either it’s for a company works or individual needs. But, Before we go deeper discussing Cloud computing, Do you even know what Cloud Computing is? Are they even related to the Cloud we had on earth? Exactly, the answer is NO. The History of Cloud Computing Cloud Computing starts from the development that gradually occurs to the same concept of Cloud System that’s to merge several sources of data in the different places of hardware used by users all over the world via a massive and global network. On the early 60’s, a system that had a similar concept with cloud computing h

The Management Solution: Implementation

Contributor : Madjid Kuncoro Aji Global information systems pose challenges because cultural, political, and language diversity magnifies differences in organizational culture and business processes and encourages proliferation of disparate local information systems that are difficult to integrate. Typically, international systems have evolved without a conscious plan. The remedy is to define a small subset of core business processes and focus on developing systems to support these processes. Tactically, managers will have to co-opt widely dispersed foreign units to participate in the development and operation of these systems, being careful to maintain overall control. MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES IN DEVELOPING GLOBAL SYSTEMS 1. Agreeing on common user requirements 2. Introducing changes in business processes 3. Coordinating applications development 4. Coordinating software releases 5. Encouraging local users to support global systems IMPLEMENTATION 1. AGR

Kind of Challenges by Global Information System

Contributor : Mochammad Yusuf Fanany Global Information System bring a shiftment between the rule of business strategy, changing the process of business. Internet is a representation of openness and speed, which is people can access almost everything in internet and it cut a lot of times to access something. In the other side, Global Information System bring many advantages for company who wanted to expand their own business across the world and able to keep that company worked even in many miles away. But, what is the challenge should the company face for them who wanted to use this system? Technology Challenge Not every country has capable infrastructure technology to make international information system. Because every country has their own bandwith size, some country has small bandwith for full-designed graphic and website animation.   Language and Cultural Differences Each country have their own language and culture. Not every country can be appl


Contributor : Reyhan Yusuf Almer Consider that not all systems should be coordinated on a transnational basis only some core systems are truly worth sharing from a cost and feasibility point of view. Core systems support functions that are absolutely critical to the organization. Define The Core Business Process The first step is to define a short list of critical core business processes. Business processes are sets of logically related tasks to produce specific business results, such as shipping out correct orders to customers or delivering innovative products to the market. Dealing with these processes is very crucial as these are the fundamental processes which affect directly the deliverables to the customers. Well-defined core business processes help organizations to adapt to any market change smoothly, providing at the same time boundless valuable information. The way to identify these core business processes is to conduct a business process


Contributor : Rifqi Fajar Khairul Once firms have defined a global business model and systems strategy, they must select hardware, software, and networking standards along with key system applications to support global business processes. Hardware, software, and networking pose special technical challenges in an international setting. One major challenge is finding some way to standardize a global computing platform when there is so much variation from operating unit to operating unit and from country to country COMPUTING PLATFORMS AND SYSTEMS INTEGRATION The development of a transnational information systems architecture based on the concept of core systems raises questions about how the new core systems will fit in with the existing suite of applications developed around the globe by different divisions, different people, and for different kinds of computing hardware. CONNECTIVITY  Truly integrated global systems must have connectivity—the ability to link to