The Academic MIS Model Used in Higher Education to Resolve Typical Problems in Indonesia: A Case Study

The Academic MIS Model Used in Higher Education to Resolve Typical Problems in Indonesia: A Case Study

Veronica S. Moertini (Parahyangan Catholic University, Indonesia), Tety Yuliaty (Parahyangan Catholic University, Indonesia), Wisnu Rumono (Parahyangan Catholic University, Indonesia) and Buddy S. Tjhia (Parahyangan Catholic University, Indonesia)
DOI: 10.4018/jisss.2012010105
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In response to education regulations for quality assurance (QA), universities in Indonesia strongly require an integrated management information system (MIS), such as Academic MIS (AMIS). In developing AMIS, the main issues that must be addressed are the urgent need for implementing university QA standards (even though departments have already implemented their best practices for years and show reluctance to change), changing requirements, and the need for a quick delivery system despite the fact that AMIS is very large in scope. This paper contributes to modeling AMIS, which is suitable for universities in Indonesia. This research has been conducted at one of the best private universities, Parahyangan Catholic University. Having measured the quality of AMIS using several key business measures, results indicated that the proposed model successfully resolved the issues at stake.
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According to Suwardi and Permatasari (2007), a higher education (HE) integrated MIS has multiple scopes, manages many activities from various areas (academic, human resources, financial, etc.) and maintains the data consistency across areas at any time.

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