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Suryari Purnama, Cicilia Sriliasta Bangun, Safiani A. Faaroek
Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM), Volume 5, pp 161-168; doi:10.33050/atm.v5i2.1593

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The purpose of this study to determine the effect after transaction failure and after failure recovery on the transaction experience, the effect after transaction failure and recovery from transaction failure using digital wallets on user satisfaction, especially in the millennial generation. The population of this study is all digital wallet users in the DKI Jakarta province with a total sample of 94 digital wallet users. The sampling method uses purposive sampling with the criteria of digital wallet users who have made transactions for at least 1 year, this is intended so that these respondents already have transaction experience and are at least 17 years old. Meanwhile, the data processing used Structural Equation Modeling analysis software Lisrel. The results showed: (1) Transaction failure affects the transaction experience of digital wallet users; (2) Transaction failure recovery will affect the transaction experience of digital wallet users; (3) Transaction experience affects the satisfaction of digital wallet users; (4) Transaction failure has no effect on digital wallet user satisfaction; (5) Transaction failure recovery affects the satisfaction of digital wallet users. The novelty of this research is transaction failure has no effect on digital wallet user satisfaction. In addition, the benefits that are felt are far greater than the failures that are experienced, especially when recovery from failure is carried out quickly and precisely.
Ai Juheti, Eman Sulaeman
Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM), Volume 5, pp 128-136; doi:10.33050/atm.v5i2.1447

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During the 2019-2024 government, President Joko Widodo made human resource development the focus of his second term government. So that the government continues to optimize the bureaucratic performance of the state civil apparatus both at the center and the region. One of the local government agencies, especially in Subang Regency, which is required to optimize bureaucratic performance is the Subang Regency Trade and Industry MSME Cooperative Office. This study uses a descriptive and verification research method with a quantitative approach. The population is employees of the Cooperative Office of MSME Trade and Industry Subang Regency. Sampled as many as 98 employees sample technique using the method of probability sampling a type of simple random sampling. Data collection techniques are conducted by observation, interviews and questionnaires. The results showed that partially work discipline affected employee performance by 23.4%. Compensation has an effect of employee performance by 14.6%. Furthermore, simultaneously work discipline and compensation have an effect on 38% of employee performance.
Irvan Arif Kurniawan, Dede Yusman, Indri Okshana Aprilia
Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM), Volume 5, pp 137-142; doi:10.33050/atm.v5i2.1530

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KTP is a proof of identification issued by the implementing agency that applies throughout the territory of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia. The existence of KTP is recognized as very important in daily life because it is used in all activities or any series of administrative transactions. Field studies found the number of cases of Asphalt ID cards (original but fake) used as a means of media fraud. Because ID cards are very easy to falsify this makes it difficult to identify cases of data misappropriation. The focus of the research was the utilization of Blockchain, by applying distributed consensus and cryptography in improving the administration management system of KTP to identify the existence of fake IDs and double data. The research method used is descriptive analysis method and literature study. By implementing the decentralization and cryptographic system owned by Blockchain, it is expected to minimize the occurrence of identity misappropriation, as well as be able to be a technology capable of contributing to the success of aspects of state administration governance systems.
Afifah Nurul Imani, Nelly Martini
Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM), Volume 5, pp 121-127; doi:10.33050/atm.v5i2.1490

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Mediheal is a well-known sheet mask brand in South Korea. Bringing K-Pop idols together and also the widespread influence of Korean culture in Indonesian, have made skincare products famous in Indonesian. This study aims to determine, test, and analyze how much influence the brand ambassadors and Korean wave have on the purchasing decisions of Mediheal sheet mask users. The method used is descriptive and verification with a quantitative approach. Data were analyzed using path analysis and hypothesis testing using partial and simultaneous. With a sample of 100 respondents. The results showed that there was a relationship between brand ambassadors and the Korean waves of 33.4%. Partially, brand ambassadors and the Korean wave both have a significant effect on purchasing decisions. Brand ambassadors have an influence of 22.5% on purchase decisions, and Korean waves have an influence of 24.4% on purchasing decisions. Meanwhile, simultaneously, brand ambassadors and the Korean wave contributed 14.6% to purchasing decisions, then 85.4% of purchase decisions were influenced by other variables that were not studied.
Suryari Purnama, Andyani Sukmasari, Rahul Bhandari
Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM), Volume 5, pp 143-151; doi:10.33050/atm.v5i2.1532

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This study aims to determine the role of religiosity as mediation in the relationship between online transactions and customer satisfaction and loyalty in Sharia banking in the Jakarta area. The population of this research is all sharia banking customers in Jakarta. The number of samples in this study was 175 Sharia banking customers in Jakarta by sampling purposive sampling method. The data processing method used is Structural Equation Modelling. The results showed: 1) there is no effect of failure on the experience of online transactions in Sharia banking; 2) there is an effect of service recovery on the customer experience of online transactions in Sharia banking; 3) there is an influence of customer experience on customer satisfaction in online transactions in Sharia banking; 4) there is an effect of customer satisfaction on customer loyalty using online transactions in Sharia banking; 5) customer religiosity moderates between customer experience to satisfaction using online transactions; 6) Customer religiosity moderates the satisfaction of customer loyalty using online transactions in Sharia banking.
Untung Rahardja, Qurotul Aini, Frizca Budiarty, Muhamad Yusup, Alwiyah Alwiyah
Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM), Volume 5, pp 106-111; doi:10.33050/atm.v5i2.1508

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This research is an effective digital certificate publishing activity by utilizing blockchain technology. By implementing decentralized systems and cryptography owned by the blockchain, it will potentially enlarge the educational progress space in Indonesia. The weakness of the current running system, lies in the difficulty of identifying the validity of a certificate issued by an educational institution. Therefore, the advantages that blockchain has, able to assist an educational institution, in establishing a widely accessible certification system infrastructure, to support the transparency and accountability of an educational institution, in identifying the validity of the certificate. Blockcert as one of MIT's tools, while acting as a barometer, is used to perform a series of activities in publishing activities and the implementation of official documents that are designed based on a technology commonly referred to as Blockchain. The research conducted will demonstrate that a decentralized consensus will be able to provide good distribution of information that can include all certificate deployment activities.
Ita Erliyani, Winda Afriandini, Titys Wicaksono Wibowo
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 41-49; doi:10.33050/jakbi.v2i1.1500

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Imam Aji Santoso, Ria Agustina, Fauziah Nur Akmalia
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 22-32; doi:10.33050/jakbi.v2i1.1495

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Qurotul Aini, Mukti Budiarto, Aulia Edliyanti
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 33-40; doi:10.33050/jakbi.v2i1.1499

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Eduard Hotman Purba, Giandari Maulani, Intan Fauziah
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 61-73; doi:10.33050/jakbi.v2i1.1504

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Eduard Hotman Purba, Giandari Maulani, Intan Fauziah
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 61-73; doi:10.33050/ijacc.v2no1p7

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Imam Aji Santoso, Ria Agustina, Fauziah Nur Akmalia
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 22-32; doi:10.33050/ijacc.v2no1p3

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Mardiana Mardiana, Mintauli Debataraja, Meri Mayang Sari
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 1-13; doi:10.33050/ijacc.v2no1p1

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Ita Erliyani, Winda Afriandini, Titys Wicaksono Wibowo
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 41-49; doi:10.33050/ijacc.v2no1p5

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Qurotul Aini, Mukti Budiarto, Aulia Edliyanti
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 33-40; doi:10.33050/ijacc.v2no1p4

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Rizka Azzahra
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 74-81; doi:10.33050/ijacc.v2no1p8

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Achmad Rachmat, Sari Indriana, Amelia Rosa
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 14-21; doi:10.33050/jakbi.v2i1.1494

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Nadyatul Khusna, Hendriyati Haryani, Rizka Mukhlisiah
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 50-60; doi:10.33050/jakbi.v2i1.1501

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Rizka Azzahra
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 74-81; doi:10.33050/jakbi.v2i1.1505

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Mardiana Mardiana, Mintauli Debataraja, Meri Mayang Sari
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 1-13; doi:10.33050/jakbi.v2i1.1491

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Nadyatul Khusna, Hendriyati Haryani, Rizka Mukhlisiah
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 50-60; doi:10.33050/ijacc.v2no1p6

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Achmad Rachmat, Sari Indriana, Amelia Rosa
Published: 26 February 2021
IJAcc, Volume 2, pp 14-21; doi:10.33050/ijacc.v2no1p2

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Andri Cahyo Purnomo, Sri Wahyuni, Andi Aruan
Published: 24 February 2021
Journal CERITA, Volume 7, pp 91-97; doi:10.33050/cerita.v7i1.1483

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Henderi Henderi, Praditya Aliftiar, Alwan Hibatullah
Published: 24 February 2021
Journal CERITA, Volume 7, pp 61-70; doi:10.33050/cerita.v7i1.1480

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Giandari Maulani, Kharisma Nur Qhoirunnisa, Tri Mulyani
Published: 24 February 2021
Journal CERITA, Volume 7, pp 39-49; doi:10.33050/cerita.v7i1.1478

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Arief Saptono, Abdul Malik, Muhamad Satim
Published: 24 February 2021
Journal CERITA, Volume 7, pp 10-18; doi:10.33050/cerita.v7i1.1475

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Danang Rifai, Ratnasari Dewi, Amelia Kartika
Published: 24 February 2021
Journal CERITA, Volume 7, pp 83-90; doi:10.33050/cerita.v7i1.1482

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Nur Azizah, Nurlaila Suci Rahayu, Dewi Anjani
Published: 24 February 2021
Journal CERITA, Volume 7, pp 50-60; doi:10.33050/cerita.v7i1.1479

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Desy Apriani, Rismawan Syaiful Anwar, Robby Al Hamzah
Published: 24 February 2021
Journal CERITA, Volume 7, pp 32-38; doi:10.33050/cerita.v7i1.1477

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Ageng Setiani Rafika, Ignatius Agus Supriyono, Abdu Roqy
Published: 24 February 2021
Journal CERITA, Volume 7, pp 1-9; doi:10.33050/cerita.v7i1.1474

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Erna Astriyani, Jihan Fahira, Dionysius Fajar Wicaksono
Published: 24 February 2021
Journal CERITA, Volume 7, pp 71-82; doi:10.33050/cerita.v7i1.1481

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Sri Rahayu, Ryanthika Serliyanthi Setyaningrum, Yuni Kristina Dewi
Published: 24 February 2021
Journal CERITA, Volume 7, pp 19-31; doi:10.33050/cerita.v7i1.1476

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Wahyu Hidayat, Dede Cahyadi, Deny Arbiyanto
Published: 17 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 80-89; doi:10.33050/cices.v7i1.1465

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Gilang Kartika Hanum, Arif Purwadi, Putra Rizky Aupahaq
Published: 17 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 56-68; doi:10.33050/cices.v7i1.1462

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M. Ifran Sanni, Alifya Nurcahya, Taufiq Kurniawan
Published: 17 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 45-55; doi:10.33050/cices.v7i1.1461

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Po Abas Sunarya, Sandro Alfeno, Lola Sartika
Published: 17 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 90-99; doi:10.33050/cices.v7i1.1466

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Endang Suryana, Dedeh Supriyanti, Fadhillah Nur Widjajanti
Published: 17 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 12-23; doi:10.33050/cices.v7i1.1458

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Isaac Bernadus, Nadien Proton, Syifa Hanifah
Published: 17 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 35-44; doi:10.33050/cices.v7i1.1222

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Anita B. Wandanaya, Dewi Immaniar Desrianti, Piyan Sopyan
Published: 17 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 24-34; doi:10.33050/cices.v7i1.1459

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Sendy Zul Friandi, Hendra Kusumah, Muhammad Aditya Rifky Cahyadi
Published: 17 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 69-79; doi:10.33050/cices.v7i1.1463

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Dzakwan Taqiyyuddin Al Fatah, Sari Safitri, Wahyu Manurian
Published: 17 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 100-112; doi:10.33050/cices.v7i1.1356

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Anita Febriani, Dilla Janu Istanti, Ponco Wibowo
Published: 17 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 1-11; doi:10.33050/cices.v7i1.1210

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Salamah Feni Anggraini, Imahda Khori Furqon, Rasyid Tarmizi
Jurnal Manajemen Retail Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 33-49; doi:10.33050/jmari.v2i1.1455

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Siti Maesaroh, Giandari Maulani, Nur Asari
Published: 15 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 65-78; doi:10.33050/sensi.v7i1.1430

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Ade Setiadi, Ridhoi Ahmad Ridwan, Naufal Ridhwan Rizqullah
Published: 15 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 1-12; doi:10.33050/sensi.v7i1.1422

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Bayu Imanuddin, Dwi Indah Normaningrum, Takismen Takismen
Jurnal Manajemen Retail Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 20-32; doi:10.33050/jmari.v2i1.1429

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Sudaryono Sudaryono, Karunia Suci Lestari, Yunita Wulansari
Jurnal Manajemen Retail Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 75-85; doi:10.33050/jmari.v2i1.1436

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Agus Irawan, Rudianto Rudianto, Rizka Desiana
Published: 15 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 36-52; doi:10.33050/sensi.v7i1.1425

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Saryani Saryani, Rano Kurniawan, Fahmi Muhammad
Published: 15 February 2021
CICES, Volume 7, pp 53-64; doi:10.33050/sensi.v7i1.1427

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Untung Rahardja, Mulyati Mulyati, Frizca Budiarty
Jurnal Manajemen Retail Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 11-19; doi:10.33050/jmari.v2i1.1428

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