Sistem Informasi Manajemen Masjid (Studi Kasus: Masjid Al-Falah Darul Muttaqin)
AbstractPlenary mosque is a term of mosque popularized by the government of Pekanbaru City, Riau. Each plenary mosque follows the standardization of functions and gets direct assistance from the government. One of the plenary mosques in Pekanbaru city is Al-Falah Darul Muttaqin Mosque. The many activities and information that exist in Al-Falah Darul Muttaqin mosque, make the mosque administrator need more time in managing the information in the mosque. In managing the information, administrator Al-Falah Darul Muttaqin mosque still manages manually who has a higher risk of human error and takes longer to fix. Therefore, a website-based mosque management information system is built that can manage the information in Al-Falah Darul Muttaqin mosque using incremental model methods and can provide precise, and accurate information that can be accessed by the public. This model has stages for the design of its software, namely analysis, design, code, test. Based on the results of tests conducted against systems built using blackboxes, it is obtained that the system has been successfully built as expected. In the test user acceptance testing system built obtained that the system is in accordance with the needs or demands of the user and the function is running properly and correctly.
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