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Ilomata International Journal of Management
ISSN : 27148971     EISSN : 27148963     DOI : -
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Ilomata International Journal of Management With ISSN : 2714-8963 (Online) - 2714-8971 (Print) is published by Yayasan Ilomata, committed to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles, that have a high impact on the management field as a whole. The journal encourages new ideas or new perspectives on existing research. The journal covers such areas as Business strategy & policy, Organizational behavior, Human resource management, Organizational theory, Entrepreneurship, and Research Methods These issues include widely read and widely cited collections of articles in the field of management and have become a major resource for management scholars. The Issues cover a broad range of topics from a wide range of academic disciplines, methodologies, and theoretical paradigms.
Articles 12 Documents
The Effect of Capital Adequacy and Liquidity on Profitability in Food and Beverage Sub Sector Manufacturing Companies Listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (ISE) Period 2015-2018 Irma Melani; Suroso, Suroso; Nurul Musqori
Ilomata International Journal of Management Vol 1 No 1 (2019): October 2019
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This study aims to analyze the effect of the independent variables on the dependent variable. The independent variables are Capital Adequacy (CAR) and Liquidity (CR) while the dependent variable is Profitability (ROA) in Food and Beverage Sub-Sector Manufacturing Companies Listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (ISE) for the period of 2015-2018. The sample in this study consisted of 8 companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (ISE) for 4 years in the 2015-2018 period. The data used in this study is to use the company's financial statement data published on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (ISE) website and the official website of each company. The data used are secondary data and the method used is panel data regression analysis with the help of the Eviews 9 program to obtain a comprehensive picture of the relationship between one variable with another variable. The results showed that CAR significantly influenced ROA, CR did not influence significantly ROA, CAR and CR simultaneously had an effect on ROA. The effect of CAR and CR on ROA of 92.47% while the remaining 7.33% is influenced by other factors not included in the research model.
The Effect of Service Quality and Marketing Programs on Third Party Funds Putri Rahmawati Septya; Pramudya A Taufik; Zacky Yusuf
Ilomata International Journal of Management Vol 1 No 1 (2019): October 2019
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Competition between banks is currently very tight. To win the competition the bank must pay attention to the needs and desires of its customers. The quality of services and marketing programs is thought to play an important role in the growth of Third Party Funds. This study aims to examine the Effect of Service Quality and Marketing Programs on Third Party Funds at DKI Bank Sunter Branch. This research uses quantitative research methods by distributing questionnaires. The population of this research is all new customers in 2018 at DKI Bank  Branch Sunter, which numbered 1000 customers, with a sample of 150 respondents. The results showed that partially and simultaneously the quality of services and marketing programs had a significant effect on Third Party Funds
The Influence of Service Quality and Price on the Interest of Commuterline KRL Passengers Waode Utari Nur Aisyah; Fahruddin Salim; Mohammad Sofyan
Ilomata International Journal of Management Vol 1 No 1 (2019): October 2019
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This electric train transportation facility is a means of transportation that avoids traffic congestion because it has its own route. Transportation competition can be seen through aspects of service quality to transportation service providers. The excellence of the company can be demonstrated by providing good quality service and striving for affordable ticket prices by the public. This study aims to determine and analyze the effect of Service Quality and Prices on Commuterline KRL Passenger Interest. This study used 125 respondents who used the commuterline train at Tanjung Priok station. This study used a quantitative method with multiple linear regression analysis taking data by distributing questionnaires. Sampling in this study using nonprobability sampling techniques. The results of the analysis partially and simultaneously show that service quality and price affect the interests of passengers.
The Effect of Mergers on Financial Performance PT. Bank Woori Saudara Indonesia 1906, Tbk Irna Maulana; Gemala Paramita; Syahiruddin, Syahiruddin
Ilomata International Journal of Management Vol 1 No 1 (2019): October 2019
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The Mergers are carried out by the companies to get a number of benefits. Mutually beneficial conditions will occur if the merger activities carried out can create the synergy, which finally, it is expected to improve the company's performance. This study aims to determine whether the financial performance after the merger has changed or not. The financial ratios studied are financial ratios four years after the merger and before the merger. This research was conducted by quantitative methods, by taking data from PT. Bank Woori Saudara Indonesia 1906, Tbk, which has merged in 2014 and has engaged in banking financial services. Sampling in this study uses quota sampling. the data is obtained from one bank, that is, a bank which has merged. The parametric test used to answer the hypothesis in this study was the Paired Sample T-Test. The results of this study indicate that in partial testing of the seven financial ratios, there was a significant difference in the ratio of BR and EPS, while the CAR, TATO, NPM, ROI, and ROE ratios showed no significant differences. So the merger process carried out by banks does not show a significant difference because the synergy has not yet been achieved after the merger.
Effect of Marketing Strategy and Service Quality Against the Decisions of Parents Safitri Amelia; Hartini Salamah; Mohammad Sofyan
Ilomata International Journal of Management Vol 1 No 1 (2019): October 2019
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This study aims to analyze and determine the effect of marketing strategy variables and service quality on parents' decisions. In this study, the dimensions of marketing strategies include products, prices, promotions, places, people, processes and physical evidence. Service quality dimensions include reliability, responsiveness, confidence, empathy and tangibility. Quantitative methods with multiple linear regression analysis were processed using SPSS for windows version 22. The results showed that there were simultaneously the effects of marketing strategy and service quality variables on parents' decisions. Partially, the marketing strategy variable did not significantly influence the parents' decisions at PAUD Al Hidayah Pertiwi. While service quality variables significantly influence the decisions of parents of students in PAUD Al Hidayah Pertiwi.
MOONLIGHTING, HARM? : STUDENT PERCEPTION OF THE EFFECT OF MOONLIGTHING, ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION ON LECTURER PERFORMANCE Fattah, Hartina; Andi Batari Citta
Ilomata International Journal of Management Vol 1 No 2 (2020): March 2020
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This study aims to determine students 'perceptions of the term moonlighting lecturers and find out the effect of moonlinghting on lecturers' performance which is mediated by achievement motivation. This study uses quantitative methods with path analysis based on data from 145 student respondents in private universities in Jeneponto Regency. The results of the study showed that students perceive moonlighting as a natural thing for lecturers to do as an alternative to meet the needs of lecturers. The findings indicate that moonlighting has a significant positive indirect effect which is mediated by the achievement motivation of lecturers on the performance of
THE EFFECT OF BRAND ASSOCIATIONS AND BRAND AWARENESS ON THE DECISION TO BUY A SIM CARD Yayuk, Yayuk Yuliana; Mardi Giwa Putra
Ilomata International Journal of Management Vol 1 No 2 (2020): March 2020
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In the rapid development of technology, the business world is required to compete in this globalization era. The company is expected to keep abreast of technological developments accompanied by producing goods that are in accordance with the times and are full of innovative. Considering now, cellphone is a necessity item that cannot be separated from daily life, of course, causing increasingly fierce competition between cellulair operators to attract the attention of consumers to want to use and remain loyal to their products. This is the basis for thinking of this research with its long-term goal of creating a close and strong relationship with consumers through brand equity . In the context of creating loyal customers, the task of marketers is always not focused on the effort to practice marketing mix as the main strategy. The short-term goal is to analyze the influence of brand awareness  and, brand associations. In relation to Sim cards more and more choices of goods and services make possibilities moving brands are higher, customers are less loyal so they need to get attention.  The results obtained that there are three variables that have a significant effect partially, namely brand associations  with a significance value of probabilities as ? of 0,000 <0.05 while the calculated value> t table is 8.871> 0.1996.  The results of the t test calculation of the Brand Awareness  variable obtained the significance value of the probability ? of 0.223> 0.05 while the value of t count <t table is -2222 <0.1996. 
EFFECT OF ECONOMIC GROWTH ON POVERTY IN BIMA CITY Anggun Aisatun Zahroh; Puji Muniarty; Julaiha, Julaiha
Ilomata International Journal of Management Vol 1 No 2 (2020): March 2020
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Natural disasters and inflation that occurred in the city of Bima caused economic growth to slow down and cause the impact of social inequality that causes poverty. This study aims to analyze the effect of independent variables on the dependent variable. The independent variable in this study is economic growth while the dependent variable is poverty in the City of Bima for the period 2012-2018. The sample in this study is economic growth in the form of GDRP data based on constant prices and poverty over the past 7 years, from 2012 to 2018. The data used in this study are in the form of a list of tables on economic growth in the form of GDRP based on constant prices and poverty during 7 years obtained from the Central Statistics Agency office in Bima City. The data used are secondary data and the method used is simple linear regression analysis, simple correlation coefficient, simple linear determination and t test (2 parties) using SPSS Version 21.0 to obtain a comprehensive picture of the relationship between one variable with another variable. The results showed that economic growth had no effect and was not significant on poverty in the Bima city.
BUILD A WEB-BASED E-COMMERCE INFORMATION SYSTEM USING CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CMA) AT DJUWARIYAH ACCOUNTANT SERVICE OFFICE Rafi Ardo; Mohamad Hasanudin; Afiat Sadida; Farizi, Musyafa Al Farizi
Ilomata International Journal of Management Vol 1 No 2 (2020): March 2020
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The purpose of this research is to design and build a web-based e-commerce information system using a Content Management System (CMS) that can provide informative information, make transactions online, and expand market coverage. The system is built using CMS WordPress. The method used in system development is a prototype method with the system modeling language used is Unified Modelling Language (UML). The results obtained are a web company that provides informative information about the company profile and can conduct online service orders transactions.Keywords: Office of accountant Services, E-Commerce, CMS, prototype
EFFECT OF TOTAL MEMBERS AND CURRENT RATIO ON THE REST OF COOPERATIVE BUSINESS RESULT Firdaus, Firdaus
Ilomata International Journal of Management Vol 1 No 2 (2020): March 2020
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This study aims to analyze the effect of variable number of members and current ratio on the remaining business results (SHU). The sample used is all data for the time series period 2012-2018. The data used are secondary data and the method used is multiple linear regression analysis with the help of SPSS Version 23 program to obtain the influence of the independent variables with the dependent variable. The results showed that the number of members had a positive and significant effect on the residual results of operations, the current ratio had a negative and significant effect on the residual results of operations.                                                         

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