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Exploring the Factors on Student Satisfaction with Digital Payments in Higher Education Lalang Saksono
Jurnal Pendidikan Humaniora Vol 11, No 2: June 2023
Publisher : Pascasarjana UM

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The present study sought to elucidate the determinants of student satisfaction in relation to the adoption of digital payment systems in universities located in Central Java. The methodological approach employed was a quantitative analysis, utilizing linear regression for statistical evaluation. Our findings indicate that perceived usefulness exerts a positive and significant influence on student satisfaction when utilizing digital payments, as per the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) approach, across various Central Java universities. However, perceived ease of use did not demonstrate a significant impact on student satisfaction within the same context. Interestingly, trust was found to have a positive and significant impact on student satisfaction regarding the usage of digital payments as per the TAM approach. Conversely, perceived security and risk factors were not found to significantly influence student satisfaction in the use of digital payments, in accordance with the TAM perspective. Taken together, perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, trust, and perceived security and risk factors were found to exert a collective influence on student satisfaction in the context of digital payment usage.
Analysis of the Influence of Digital Information Quality, Technology Performance Expectancy, Technology Effort Expectancy, Price Value and Social Influence on Intention to Use Coffee Shop Mobile Application Syailendra Reza Irwansyah Rezeki; Donny Dharmawan; Lalang Saksono; Silvia Ekasari; Abdurohim
Jurnal Informasi dan Teknologi 2023, Vol. 5, No. 4
Publisher : SEULANGA SYSTEM PUBLISHER

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.60083/jidt.v5i4.434

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The Purpose Of This Study Is To Examine How Factors Such As Pricing Value, Habit, Social Influence, Performance Expectancy, Information Quality, And Facilitating Conditions Affect Users' Ongoing Intention To Use Mobile Apps. Researchers Employed A Single Cross-Sectional Design For Data Gathering In This Study, Utilizing A Conclusive Descriptive Research Approach. Mobile Application Users Made Up The Study's Population. Thus, Judgmental Sampling Will Be The Type Of Sampling And Non-Probability Sampling Will Be The Technique Employed. In This Study, 100 Respondents Made Up The Sample. Multiple Linear Regression Analyses Are Used In This Research To Examine Hypotheses. The Continual Intention To Utilize Is Unaffected By The Information Quality Variable. Continuous Intention To Use Is Not Influenced By The Performance Expectation Variable. Continuous Intention To Use Is Not Influenced By The Effort Expectancy Variable. The Ongoing Intention To Use Is Unaffected By The Social Impact Variable. Continuous Intention To Use Is Influenced By The Facilitating Conditions Variable. The Ongoing Intention To Utilize Is Independent Of The Trust Variable. The Ongoing Intention To Use Is Influenced By The Price-Value Variable. The Continuous Intention To Use Is Influenced By The Habit Variable.
Analysis Of The Influence Of Brand Association, Experiental Marketing And Brand Trust On Consumer Loyalty For National Digital Game Products Bahtiar Efendi; Zunan Setiawan; Lalang Saksono; Silvia Ekasari; Musran Munizu
JEMSI (Jurnal Ekonomi, Manajemen, dan Akuntansi) Vol. 9 No. 6 (2023): Desember 2023
Publisher : Sekretariat Pusat Lembaga Komunitas Informasi Teknologi Aceh

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35870/jemsi.v9i6.1710

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The purpose of this study is to examine the potential effects of brand association, brand trust, and experiential marketing on consumer loyalty and purchase decisions. Only people who enjoy video games were included in the study's population. With a total of 100 samples, the sample was chosen using a non-probability sampling approach called purposive sampling. In order to collect data for this study, questionnaires were distributed in accordance with the descriptive statistical analysis methodology. The author must create a relationship model between variables referred to in this instance as a path diagram before he can apply path analysis in his research. There is a strong positive correlation between experiential marketing and brand association in purchase decisions, according to the results of the data processing that was done. The fact that the t-count value is greater than the t-table value indicates this. The computed t-value does not exceed the value in the t-table, indicating that there is no significant positive connection with the brand trust variable. The Sig value is smaller than the author's conventional significance criterion of 0.05, indicating that experiential marketing, brand trust, and brand association have a substantial impact on purchasing decisions. According to the partial test, customer loyalty is significantly impacted negatively by the factors experiential marketing, brand trust, and brand association.
Analysis Of The Influence Of Minimum Wages, Central-Regional Transfer Cost Allocation And Fiscal Decentralization On Regional Income Inequality Indra Ismayudi Tanjung; Rahmat Al Hidayat; Sugeng Karyadi; Lalang Saksono; Odih Sumirat
JEMSI (Jurnal Ekonomi, Manajemen, dan Akuntansi) Vol. 10 No. 1 (2024): Februari 2024
Publisher : Sekretariat Pusat Lembaga Komunitas Informasi Teknologi Aceh

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35870/jemsi.v10i1.1890

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In any nation, income disparity is a crucial issue for development. The disparity in income distribution is the primary cause of income inequality. The increasing income disparity is a sign of the growing inequality in the allocation of income in society. The authors of this study aim to investigate how income inequality is affected in the regencies and cities of one of provinces minimum wage in Indonesia, central-local transfer cost allocation, and fiscal decentralization. The Fixed Effect Model (FEM) approach is used in this study's panel data analysis. The author's analysis indicates that while there is no significant association between income inequality and fiscal decentralization, there is a substantial relationship between income inequality and the allocation of central-regional transfer costs and the minimum wage. Income inequality is significantly impacted by fiscal decentralization, minimum wage, and central-regional transfer cost allocation.