Validasi Model Nilai Teknologi Informasi pada PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II

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Muhammad Galih Wonoseto

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Information Technology is one of the important strategies in the company. The purpose of this study is to make a model and analyze the value of Information Technology resources in PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II. The IT Value Model was used in this paper is based on Resources-Based View theory. The IT value analysis proses is carried out by dynamic Partial Adjustment Valuation. The analysis process is conducted by comparing the average performance ratio between two factors model (without IT) and three factors model (with IT). The empirical analysis examines the performance ratio for three factors model (with IT) is higher than two factors model (without IT). Therefore, IT Value Model for port company is valid. The study contributes to improving IT strategy in port company.

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Wonoseto, M. (2021). Validasi Model Nilai Teknologi Informasi pada PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II. Jurnal Teknologi Informasi Indonesia (JTII), 6(1), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.30869/jtii.v6i1.613
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