Business Intelligence Learn to pronounce Development of a Simple Business Intelligence System for Analysis and Monitoring of Academic Performance of Scholarship Recipients at the Caltex Riau Polytechnic
Learn to pronounce Development of a Simple Business Intelligence System for Analysis and Monitoring of Academic Performance of Scholarship Recipients at the Caltex Riau Polytechnic
AbstractScholarship recipients have the responsibility to achieve good grades in order to maintain scholarships. Besides students striving to achieve value by studying earnestly, the campus as an organizer of education monitors to supervise, motivate, and evaluate students handled by student affairs. Currently monitoring is still done by checking one by one student data through an academic system that can only be accessed by staff and lecturers. In presenting existing data, there is no media to assist the analysis process such as not displaying graphics or concluding information to speed up gaining knowledge. The solution to this problem is the construction of a system of monitoring academic performance of scholarship recipients, with the development of website-based Business Intelligence, and the application of multidimensional data modeling that will be visualized into the Dashboard Information System. Consists of several types of charts, namely pie charts, gauge charts, bar charts, column charts and line charts. Based on the results of software testing consisting of usability and functionality that is in accordance with the needs of users, namely student affairs. The system has met the efficiency aspects with the acquisition of Yslow grade and Page Speed â€‹â€‹A. In addition, the system meets the reliability aspects with 100% results. The results of testing portability, the system is able to run in 3 web browsers, namely Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explore.
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