Designing Information Product (IP) Maps On the Process of Data Processing and Academic Information

  • Diana Effendi Informatics Management Department, Universitas Komputer Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia


Information Product Approach (IP Approach) is an information management approach. It can be used to manage product information and data quality analysis. IP-Map can be used by organizations to facilitate the management of knowledge in collecting, storing, maintaining, and using the data in an organized. The  process of data management of academic activities in X University has not yet used the IP approach. X University has not given attention to the management of information quality of its. During this time X University just concern to system applications used to support the automation of data management in the process of academic activities. IP-Map that made in this paper can be used as a basis for analyzing the quality of data and information. By the IP-MAP, X University is expected to know which parts of the process that need improvement in the quality of data and information management.


Index term: IP Approach, IP-Map, information quality, data quality.

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Effendi, D. (2017). Designing Information Product (IP) Maps On the Process of Data Processing and Academic Information. IJNMT (International Journal of New Media Technology), 4(1), 25-31.