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Integration Expectation Confirmation Theory and AISAS Model in Coffee Shop Repurchase Intention Juliana, Juliana; Beanardo, Marchell Felix; Hering, Jessica Nethania; Jennifer, Irene; Ricky, Ricky
JURNAL MANAJEMEN BISNIS Vol 8 No 2 (2021): September - Manajemen Bisnis
Publisher : Pusat Penerbitan dan Publikasi Ilmiah Fakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Muslim Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33096/jmb.v8i2.788

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Kopi chuseyo is a coffee shop that stands in the middle of the proliferation of k-popers in indonesia. this coffee shop with a k-pop nuance gets loyal customers and has high purchasing power. kopi chuseyo elevates k-pop as an endorsement and brand image that differentiates it from other coffee shops by implementing a good marketing strategy to achieve a competitive advantage. the research objective was to develop a conceptual model of repurchase intention using the expectation confirmation theory AISAS (Attention, Interest, Search, Action, Share) Model. the population of this research is consumers who have ever consumed chuseyo coffee in indonesia. the sampling technique used non-probability sampling with a total of 108 respondents. the study results in a brand image significantly affected repurchase intention; celebrity endorsement advertisement had no significant effect on repurchase intention. Ckuseyo coffee must maintain the brand image that consumers feel to increase consumer repurchase intention.
Pengaruh Audit Internal, Pengendalian Internal, Kualitas Audit, Good Corporate Governance, Terhadap Pencegahan Kecurangan (Fraud) Pada Bank Bca Area Medan Wulandari, Bayu; Glenardy, Glenardy; Romi, Michael; Ricky, Ricky
JIMAT (Jurnal Ilmiah Mahasiswa Akuntansi) Undiksha Vol 13, No 01 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jimat.v13i01.38827

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This research intended to test whetherIInternal Audit,IInternal Control,I Audit’s Quality,IGood    CorporateIGovernanceIhaveIInfluenceIto Fraud Prevention.IthisIis theI research I conducted       on I banking company I, which is BCA bankI with a population I research I more than I 180 I             (one hundred and eighty)Iaudit employees who worked in IBCA Ibank in IMedan. After             carrying out various considerations, this research took a sample of 80 people from various             audit divisions. The method which is used in this research I is theI-analysis of the multiple      linear regression method. The dependent variable I is Fraud Prevention, while the             independent variables I are Internal Audit, Internal Control, Audit’s Quality, I and Good       Corporate Governance. The results of this research show that the majority of the Audit’s        QualityI has a significant positive effect on fraud prevention measures, while I for Internal   Audit, Internal Control I, and Good Corporate Governance do not have the influence of fraud             prevention.       
The Benefits of Digital Financial Applications on Improving the Company's Accounting Performance Leon, Hengky; Heru, Mochammad; Ricky, Ricky; Cakranegara, Pandu Adi; Setiawan, Iwan
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 5, No 1 (2022): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute February
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v5i1.4556

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Running a business is a job that requires high efficiency and productivity. This productivity can also come from the company's bookkeeping or accounting work efficiency. The use of digital technology is one of the goals to gain efficiency towards profitable and sustainable company productivity. For this reason, we have carried out this study intending to get the benefits and benefits of using digital technology to ease the company's accounting work. In order to be able to answer the questions and hypotheses of this study, we have conducted a series of data searches on accounting and technology databases from several international publications. The data we collect we examine using a phenomenological approach to search for as much data as possible to get plant parts that can answer this royal question. The process has involved data coding, data interpretation, and critical evaluation in obtaining relevant answers to questions. Based on the study and discussion of the data, we can conclude that several benefits and advantages are obtained when companies, especially the accounting department, can utilize digital applications in handling the company's financial work tasks, all of which are useful for improving the company's accounting performance. Hopefully, this new finding will be a significant input for efforts to develop a similar study in digital financial applications towards improving the accounting performance of both public and private companies.