Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Collaboration in Business, Technology, Information, and Innovation (SCBTII 2023)

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Suhal Kusairi, Forget Mingiri Kapingura, Ratih Hendayani, Nizam Ahmat
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the International Conference on Sustainable Collaboration in Business, Information, and Innovation (SCBTII) 2023 during 27-28th July 2023 in Telkom University Landmark Tower (TULT) Telkom University Campus, Bandung, West Java, Indonesia....
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Optimal Capital Structure Analysis on Aggressive and Moderate Expansion Strategy to Increase Shareholder Value, Case Study on Hospital Industry in Indonesia 2017-2021

Hesty Ratnasari, Brady Rikumahu
After the Covid-19 pandemic, the need for hospital infrastructure has become important. The government encourages the improvement of health facilities by opening foreign and local financing opportunities and opening National Health Insurance (JKN) to meet the basic needs of decent public health. The...
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Enterprise Risk Management Disclosure: Evidence from Banking Companies Listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange

Sri Rahayu, Lenirra Indri Supriatna
Enterprise Risk Management is an activity carried out in minimizing and preventing risks that occur in a company by identifying, planning, and strategies for achieving the goals of an entity. The purpose of this study is to examine whether there is an influence from company size, the concentration of...
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The Determinants of Consumer Trust in Digital Banking Transaction Services: A Case Study of Livin’ by Mandiri Users in Gen Z

Astrie Krisnawati, Annisa Aulia Rahmani
There is a high potential for digital use, which the Z generation group dominates. Changes in people’s behavior encourage the digitization of mobile banking digital transaction services. However, there is also the risk of fraud due to these changes, so service providers and regulators must pay attention...
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Factors Affecting Skincare Purchase Intention During E-Commerce Live Streaming

Ravanell Avaryl, Nurrani Kusumawati
E-commerce has transformed the beauty industry by providing customers with abundant content and information hosted by Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) as the main anchor to guide their purchasing decisions. This research investigates several factors in live-streaming e-commerce on customers' perception...
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The Effect of the Use of Mobile Banking on the Analysis of the Extended Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT2) on Increasing Customers Satisfaction and Customer Loyalty

Ahadi Andrian Wibowo, Arviansyah
Introduction/Main Objective: According to the study's findings, performance expectancy, effort expectancy, and habit all have a favorable as well as significant influence on mobile banking usage. Furthermore, mobile banking has a favorable has a major influence on loyalty and satisfaction, as well...
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The Influence of Planning and Preparation Stage on the Success of Public Private Partnership Local Government Scheme (KPDBU) Availability Payment in Indonesia

Ali Sunandar, Dian Indiyati
Based on National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN Indonesia 2020-2024, the need for infrastructure development in Indonesia reaches IDR 6,445 trillion. One of the financing schemes pushed by the Government of Indonesia in infrastructure development is Public Private Partnership (PPP) scheme. The...
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Managing Career Development and Discipline as Performance Improvement Factors

Jasmine Balqis Syarahil, Ratri Wahyuningtyas
Introduction/Main Objective: This study aimed to determine the effect of career development and work discipline on the performance of PT Biro Arsitek and Insinjur Sangkuriang employees. Background of the Problem: Based on research at PT Biro Arsitek and Insinjur Sangkuriang, the performance fluctuations...
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Domestic Tourists' Intention to Visit on Tolo Wind Turbine Sites: The Impact of Customer Perception of Sustainable Tourism

Yudistira Bagus Mirhanto, Mustika Sufiati Purwanegara
Indonesia’s tourism has significantly developed and rapidly gives new trends of sustainable tourism that brings a large impact. South Sulawesi became Indonesia's first province to develop a renewable energy plant. The concept of sustainable tourism and renewable energy promotes environmental education,...
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Smart Retailing: A Study Regarding the Purchase Intention of Beauty Products Vending Machine

Dinda Maharani Widyaputri, N. Kusumawati
Innovation on smart retailing continues to develop to provide customers a better shopping experience. Among many forms of smart retailing, vending machines are the one that is starting to be utilized by Indonesian retailers, specifically, by local cosmetic companies. Due to COVID- 19, SYCA & Rollover...
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Discovering Flexible Working Arrangement Implementation among Indonesian Workers at Digital Sector: The Mediation Role of Work Life Balance

Nidya Dudija, Ratna Komala Putri, Faiza Nurin Kamila
The primary objective of this research is to investigate FWA model and its effect on job burnout through work life balance.The Covid pandemic since 2020 has changed various aspects, including PSBB policies that limit community activities and mobility. One of them is the work mechanism of organizations...
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Work Discipline and Work Motivation Influence on the Employee Performance of Siabu Mandailing Natal Health Centre

Ratna Komala Putri, Mahyari Lubis, Donni Junipriansa
The Mandailing Natal District Health Office oversees the Siabu health center, a Technical Service Unit in the health sector. The Siabu Mandailing Natal Health Centre must ensure great personnel performance to deliver effective and efficient community services. Work discipline programs and employee motivation...
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Analysis of Consumption Behavior Changes in Skincare and Makeup Category due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Patricia Oxanna, Mustika Sufiati Purwanegara
The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly impacted society, economy, and government regulations, leading to shifts in consumer behavior. This study focuses on changes in consumption behavior, particularly regarding skincare and makeup during the pandemic. An exploratory research approach involving open-ended...
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Analysis of the Effect of Intellectual Property Policy with National Economic Growth

Ranie Utami Ronie, Muhammad Zilal Hamzah, Rinaldi Rustam
Introduction /Main Objective: Intellectual property rights play a very important role in driving the economic growth of a country. Intellectual Property (IP) applications in the world continue to increase year after year, this shows that the world community needs protection for its innovative...
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Do Fund’s Village, Economic Growth, Inequal Income Distribution, Unemployment Rate, and Human Development Index Affect Poverty in Indonesia?

Danang Indrajaya, Dedi Iskamto
This study aims to determine the influence of the linkage of the fund’s village program, economic growth, inequality of income distribution, unemployment rate, and human development index on poverty alleviation in Indonesia in the short and long term. The method used in this research is to use the panel...
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Product Preference Analysis of Low Multi-Purpose Vehicle Using Topic Modeling

Trisna Guruminda, Teguh Widodo
As the most prominent car market in Southeast Asia, the Indonesian car market has made the competition between car manufacturer companies even tighter. The in-depth analysis of the gap between the knowledge possessed by the manufacturer's brand and the consumer's actual preferences in the automotive...
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Measurement of Variables to Predict Purchase Decisions Toward Halal Product: Study at Inglot

Indrawati Indrawati, Firly Assyifa Camilien, Subhash K. B. Pillai
Inglot is a brand known in Indonesia as O2M Breathable Nail Enamel nail polish which is safe for nail health and has Halal certification from The Muslim League of Poland. The halal cosmetic label on a product is one of the criteria that is in great demand because it is guaranteed to be safer. For Muslims...
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Stock Valuation of Cement Industry in 2019 and 2021 due to COVID-19 using Free Cash Flow to Firm (FCFF) and Relative Valuation (RV)

Sri Rahayu Fitriani, Brady Rikumahu
This research aims to predict the intrinsic value and provide investment decision recommendations for company stocks in the cement industry. COVID-19 has slowed down the economy and caused higher volatility compared to the risk and return of IHSG. This research was carried out in 2019, which was the...
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The Impact of The Covid-19 Pandemic on MSMEs in Galuh University

Toto Toto, Elin Herlina, Nurdiana Mulyatini, Umar Baihaki
Health is an important factor in life; a person’s economic condition is influenced by one of them by health. The pandemic that quickly spread caused the economies of households, MSMEs, large companies, to the Government to be affected. The economy is declining in various sectors. This study aims to determine...
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Determinant Factors of Human Development and Its Impact on Level of Productivity in ASEAN Countries

Suhendi Ery Saputro, Muhammad Zilal Hamzah, Budi Santosa
In ASEAN countries, human development and level of productivity are still diverse where several countries have achieved higher level of development while the others are still in the middle and low. Human development has three main aspects namely education, health, and the economy and therefore needs...
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Implementation of the Mobile Intellectual Property Clinic Flaghsip Program Towards the Achievement of the Public Satisfaction Index in the Directorate General Of Intellectual Property

Ardi Tri Harsonni, Eleonora Sofilda, Dini Hariyanti
Mobile Intellectual Property Clinic is a program that involves collaboration between the Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights and local governments, universities, and other stakeholders. This program aims to enhance public awareness and self-reliance in filing applications for intellectual...
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Analysis of the Impact of Increasing Non-Tax State Revenue Directorate General of Intellectual Property on the Quality of Public Services in the Field of Intellectual Property at the Directorate General of Intellectual Property

Bayu Santoso, Eleonora Sofildsa, Dini Hariyanti
As mandated in the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia, the policies to increase State Revenue through intensification and extensification efforts continue to be carried out, one of which is through Non-Tax State Revenue. Non-Tax State Revenue is expected to contribute to financing national...