Cloud Computing Point of Sales Development for Indonesia Small Medium Enterprise

Adi Suryaputra Paramita, Trianggoro Wiradinata

Abstract


The agile development of Internet technology and cloud computing are frequently prevailing create small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have an opportunity to be able to utilize information technology at a cost that is affordable and does not require massive investment. Based on the previous study SME's belief that Point of Sales (POS) based on cloud computing is the alternative technology to accelerate their business. Nowadays not only large-scale business uses the internet in business processes, but many micro enterprises able to use it, especially when internet users outside of their organization is also increasing. From the data gathering done by the qualitative methodology from SME's entity, there were features necessary need for Indonesian Small Medium Enterprise and the most important factor in cloud computing POS infrastructure is reliability, security, and scalability. The result of this study is Point of Sales based on cloud computing for the small-medium enterprise.

Keywords


Development; Cloud Computing; Internet; POS; SME’s;

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