Dashboard Development for Cooperation, Business and Marketing of the Caltex Riau Polytechnic Using the Prototype Method
AbstractMarketing, Cooperation and Alumni of Caltex Riau Polytechnic is a unit that works to handle Marketing, Cooperation and Tracer graduates of the Riau Catex Polytechnic (PCR). Based on the results of interviews with the deputy director and staff in the Field of Marketing, Cooperation and Alumni (PKA) of the Caltex Riau Polytechnic, information was obtained that the Caltex Riau Polytechnic had developed a dashboard, Business and Marketing (KBP) dashboard system used to make decisions. However, the system still needs to be developed in the visualization and data management section. The development in the Visualization section focuses on two features namely the Project and Alumni User Tracer features. With the condition of the dashboard system that still needs to be developed, resulting in tracer decision making for alumni and project users cannot be done. In addition, Marketing, Cooperation and Alumni staff use database access directly in managing their data. This makes it difficult for staff to manage their data. In addition, managing data directly accessing the database server can result in database damage if a human error occurs. Another problem, can be fatal if a data leak occurs. Therefore, the development of dashboard data visualization and data management is carried out on the KBP Dashboard system. The developed system will be implemented on the KBP Dashboard system. The results obtained after the development of data visualization on the KBP dashboard are able to assist the deputy director of Marketing, Cooperation and Alumni in decision making and dashboard data management that can be used to manage data in the Marketing, Cooperation and Alumni Field
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