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The Analysis And Design of School Health Unit Information System Dhiani Tresna Absari; Liliana Liliana
Jurnal Komputer Terapan  Vol. 7 No. 1 (2021): Jurnal Komputer Terapan
Publisher : Politeknik Caltex Riau

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (715.738 KB) | DOI: 10.35143/jkt.v7i1.4479

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The success of education is supported by both academic and non-academic aspects. To achieve this educational goal, schools should have a good partnership with parents regarding both aspects, including student health. But unfortunately, many school considers student health unit which is called Usaha Kesehatan Sekolah (UKS) as a supporting system in their business processes at school, and it gets less attention. Currently, quite a lot of activities at UKS are carried out on a paper-based process, or even rely on the memory of officers, such as permission not to go to school, use of drugs, information on outreach activities, things that happen to the children at school and other activities. Such information may not be well received by parents. Therefore, a system that allows parents and schools to interact online is needed, regarding children's health conditions while in school and otherwise. This system is designed in two platforms, which are web and mobile; and centralized in one database, so that the system remains integrated and can be accessed easily by the school and parents. Thus, this system is expected to improve the quality of communication between schools and parents. 
REPEAT ORDER RECOMMENDATION MODEL TO DIGITALIZE THE CANTEEN Dhiani Tresna Absari; Liliana Liliana; Daniel Soesanto; Susana Limanto
Jurnal Bisnis Terapan Vol. 7 No. 1 (2023): Jurnal Bisnis Terapan
Publisher : Politeknik Ubaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24123/jbt.v7i1.5336

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The canteen is a campus facility that the academic community needs. However, because it is considered a complementary facility, business processes in the canteen are carried out conventionally, relying on paper-based recording. In addition, at certain hours, especially at lunchtime, the canteen is overloaded due to too many orders co-occurring. This buildup of charges is due to the need for canteen preparation in preparing orders from its buyers. Therefore, this study developed an ordering system to recommend the menus that customers likely purchase. The case study used in this research is the Keluwih canteen on the Tenggilis campus, owned by the University of Surabaya. This research used the waterfall method and focused on three main canteen processes: online ordering with a repeat order recommendation model for sellers, delivery services, and payments using the e-wallet. The study's results were assessed qualitatively, and the respondents felt they got better and faster service. Furthermore, with this system's e-canteen application, the time needed to complete a transaction at the campus canteen can be done efficiently to increase customer satisfaction and employee productivity from tenants.