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Faktor Permintaan Non Fungsional Group Member terhadap Permintaan (Seri 1) Putong, Iskandar
Binus Business Review Vol 1, No 2 (2010): Binus Business Review
Publisher : Bina Nusantara University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/bbr.v1i2.1081

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Non-functional analysis of demand factors on demand for group members are aimed to discover whether there is significant impact of non functional variable demand potential purchasing decision. 3 independent variable for the Snob Effect of X1, X2 for the bandwagon effect and X3 for the Veblen Effect and a dependent variable Y for Purchase Decision (Demand). The survey has 50 respondents and uses 21 item of a valid indicator. Analysis uses Pearson correlation model, Canonical Correlation and Hybrid intercorellation. The result of statistical analysis has proved the LOC by 95%, shows that there is significant impact between variable of X to Y in a different format (trade off or trade on). Multivariate Canonical Correlation showed that the effect of variable X to variable Y at 0,27%% whereas the effect of variable Y to variable X at 1% 
Analisis Kesulitan Keuangan Perusahaan Perbankan dan Lembaga Pembiayaan Putong, Iskandar; Gani, Engelwati
Binus Business Review Vol 3, No 1 (2012): Binus Business Review
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/bbr.v3i1.1292

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Analysis of financial distress at the main company that has sold its shares in an open society (go public) becomes so important because most companies always display the good side of the company in the form of financial reporting data each year. For ordinary people the financial statements audited by a valid and authorized institutions listed on stock exchange by naked eye showed a good performance in finance, but in a more in-depth analysis of the data the form of numbers that will give I different conclusion to the eyes economists and financial analysts to the case. In this study, it is used general sample 4 companies engaged in finance. The Discriminant analysis model using the Altman Z-Score that dissect the financial statements of the company for 3 years showed that not always the companies that have go public must be good financial performance as well. Two of four companies surveyed, in fact, are predicted theoretically bankrupt because the companies were experiencing financial distress.
Interdependensi Informasi Fundamental Keuangan Terhadap Harga Saham Perusahaan (Analisis Data pada Perusahaan Asuransi Terbuka Tahun 2008 -2012) Putong, Iskandar
Binus Business Review Vol 5, No 1 (2014): Binus Business Review
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/bbr.v5i1.1206

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This study analyzed the effect of fundamental information of a company such as company financial performance in the form of financial ratios, namely the coefficient of DAR, DER, ROA, ROE, OPM and NPM of the companys stock price in general, either in closing stock price (Pclose), PBV or PER. The object of research is the insurance companies listed on Indonesia stock exchanges until the analysis was conducted in 2013. The number of samples used is equal to the total population of listed companies until 2013, which publish their financial report, as many as nine companies. The type of data used are secondary data in a form of panel (pooled data). The period of data between 2008 and 2012. The analytical tool used is multiple regression and multivariate Formative Structural Equation Modeling is often called Canonical Correlation (CanCorr). By using Level Of Confident of between 90% to 99%, the results of multiple regression analysis (assuming simultaneous) showed that together all of these variables affect the financial performance of the PER and PBV, but had no effect on Pclose. By using Canonical Correlation analysis, the results showed statistically significant canonical variables of fundamental financial information firm canonical variables significantly influence to the financial performance of the company.
Analisis Faktor Permintaan Non Fungsional Kelompok Non-Member Terhadap Permintaan (Seri 2) Putong, Iskandar
Binus Business Review Vol 2, No 2 (2011): Binus Business Review
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/bbr.v2i2.1224

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Factor analysis of non functional Demand Non-Member On to Demand aimed to discover whether there is significant influence of non-functional variable on demand. Three independent variables (the effect), ie, X1 for Snob Effect (Mode), X2 for the Bandwagon effect (Prestige) and X3 for the Veblen Effect (Show-off) and 1 dependent variable Y for Demand. The number of respondents of 50 and 22 indicators is statistically valid. Analysis tool using the Model Correlation and simple Regression (Simple/Bivariate), Correlation and Regression Simultaneously (Multiple) Regression and Partial Correlation. The results of analysis proved statistically with LOC of 95%, indicating that the bivariate, partial unison and Simultaneously there is positive and significant correlation between variables X to Y, except for variable X2 (Prestige) on Bivariate correlation. 
Analisis Korelasi Kanonik Permintaan Non-Fungsional Putong, Iskandar
Binus Business Review Vol 4, No 1 (2013): Binus Business Review
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/bbr.v4i1.1045

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Interdependency analysis (canonical correlation analysis) intends to determine how much influence among the variables comprising two groups of variables (set variable) reciprocal between demand variables non-functional group member to request a non-functional group non-member. By using a sample of 45 respondents which were valid and reliable, normally distributed, homogeneous, numeric and no autocorrelation, the resulting data consist of 2 groups (2 sets), each group consisting of three indicator variables (manifest) variables, namely Mode Effect(M1 and NM1), Prestige effect (M2 and nm2) and the Veblen effect (M3 and NM3) with the hypothesis that the variable demand affects Non-functional Member Non-Member. Data were analyzed with the model of canonical correlation and MANOVA statistical test at alpha level of 5% (1 and 2-way), with the tools SPSS ver.21, showed that the effect of the variable group (based on eigenvalue) Member of the Non-Member is larger than the effect of non-Member to Member in 2 of 3 Root generated. These results indicate that the effect of Mode, prestige, and Veblen affect to non-member and statistically significant.
Interdependensi Strategi Pemasaran Terhadap Kinerja Perusahaan (Suatu Penelitian pada Perusahaan Asuransi Indonesia yang sudah Go Public) Hidayat, Cecep; Putong, Iskandar; Sari, Rini Kurnia
Binus Business Review Vol 5, No 1 (2014): Binus Business Review
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/bbr.v5i1.1192

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This study aims to analyze the interdependence between the variables of marketing strategy and organizational performance of insurance companies using canonical correlation analysis with multiple multivariate analysis approach. The interdependent correlation value may explain the subgroup which the dominant variable affects other subgroups on the company based on the value of redundancy index. The study population was 9 go public insurance companies when the study was conducted in 2013. Given two exogenous variables, i.e. variables Effectiveness Strategy (STRAEFEK) and Efficiency Strategy (STRATEFIS). Endogenous variable is the Debt to Asset Ratio (DAR), Debt to Eqiity Ratio (DER), Return on Assets (ROA), Return on Equity (ROE), Operating Profit Margin (OPM) and Net Profit Margin (NPM).
Mapping the Customer Experience Management Strategies for Customer Loyalty in Retail Hypermarket Jabodetabek Logahan, Jerry Marcellinus; Meliala, Janita Sembiring; Putong, Iskandar
Journal the Winners: Economics, Business, Management, and Information System Journal Vol 16, No 1 (2015): The Winners Vol. 16 No. 1 2015
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/tw.v16i1.1539

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Today, competition in the global market has become increasingly difficult and and at the same time products and services provided by retail companies tend to be similar. So in such circumstances, customers expect not only satisfied with the products and services, but also the pursuit of the perfect shopping experience during the shopping process. The purpose of this study was to devise a customer experience management strategy at a hypermarket retailer Carrefour, Hypermart, Giant, and Lotte Mart. Both overall and per hypermarket retail chains that have the same character. The method used is Factor Analysis, Multi Dimension Scaling (MDS). The object of research is the hypermarket retail customers in Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi to sample 360 people. The results of MDS mapping CEM variable per retail hypermarket retail hypermarket seen no one who is in the first quadrant in which the dimensions 1 and 2 positive namely Gianthypermarket retail. Tthere are three retail hypermarket located in quadrant 2 wherein the dimensions of 1 positive and 2 negative dimension namely retail Carrefour, Hypermart and Lotte Mart. In MDS can be classified Group 1 are the outlets; Group 1 are GPS (Giant Plaza Semanggi), CLB (Carrefour Lebak Bulus), CPH (Carrefour Permata Hijau) and HPV (Hypermart Pejaten Village) which leads to a positive value. While other outlets in group 2 are CCB (Carrefour Cibinong Bogor), GBT (Giant BSD Tangerang), GMD (Giant Margo city Depok), HPB (Hypermart Pondok Gede Bekasi), HJT (Hypermart JACC Thamrin), LRP (Lotte Mart Ratu Plaza), LKG (Lotte Mart Kelapa Gading), LF (Lotte Mart Fatmawati) have in common in the lower quadrant (negative).
KESIAPAN KOPERASI INDONESIA MENDUKUNG RENSTRA KEMENTERIAN KOPERASI DAN UKM REPUBLIK INDONESIA putong, iskandar
Jurnal Manajemen Update Vol 1, No 1 (2012): Jurnal Mahasiswa Manajemen
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Abstract Analysis of Indonesian Cooperatives readiness to support the ministry RENSTRA RI , using the entire sample of cooperatives in Indonesia 's 33 provinces in the period 2011 to 2012. The purpose of the analysis is to determine whether the cooperatives in Indonesia is ready or not to support the ministry RENSTRA RI based business variables(Equity,Foreign Equity, Business Volume and SHU ) and non-business (Number of Active Cooperative, Member Number, Number of Employees, Total Manager and Total RAT). Proxy analysis is to determine whether the variables are variables that affect the theoretical and empirical experience convergence or not. Data analysis using econometric models with cointegration test and Error Correction Mechanism technique with a confidence level between 90 % to 99 %. The results of the analysis showed that all the variables are theoretically and empirically effect, statistically converge with some of them experiencing error correction in the short term. Based on the analysis it can be concluded that the cooperative in Indonesia supports the Strategic Plan 2010 - 2014 and 2014 2018 Keywords: Cooperative, Strategic Plan, Business and Non-Business Variables, Convergence, Cointegration