Information Technology Implementation on Socialization of Harmonious Culture in Bali
Tourism Business Management, Bali State Polytechnic, Bali, Indonesia
The research objective is to build a model of information delivery harmonious culture that is run by Village Credit Institutions (LPD) through information technology to rural communities so that financial performance can be improved. Thirty-five rural credit institutions which meet the criteria were used empirically as a sample. Data such as the practice of cultural values harmony collected through in-depth interviews were then analyzed using descriptive method and ethnomethodology. The model is built starting with the collection of data from each row, perform data classification into three categories of cultural harmony, making a website that contains information on the activities of cultural harmony, then mounting internet in each row to facilitate public access to information on the implementation of cultural harmony. Results of model simulations for three months showed that the level of community participation increased by an average of five percent through credit lending and credit issues decreased by 3.5 percent. Cultural harmony is practiced by 55% in touch with the God, 35% related to humans, and 10% related natural premises. Results of this study implied that IT is no longer expensive but able to create a better performance.
Key words: information technology / harmonious culture / financial performance
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