Bargshady G.,Jalan Semarak |
Pourmahdi K.,Jalan Semarak |
Khodakarami P.,Jalan Semarak |
Khodadadi T.,Malaysia Japan International Institute of Technology |
Alipanah F.,Jalan Semarak
Jurnal Teknologi | Year: 2015
Mobile business intelligence used for business intelligence mobile service applications increasingly. According to Gartner (2011), global smartphone sales had arrived at 630 million in 2012, and are supposed to reach 1,105 million items in 2015. As a result, business intelligence users not only rely on desktop computers, while they as well want mobile access to joint and used data. Nevertheless, few studies have been consummate on mobile business intelligence services and the user acceptance rate of mobile BI is still moderately low. For these reasons, the current article centred on the significant of the factors and levels of mobile business intelligence user acceptance that affect the mobile business intelligence user Acceptance. The conceptual model planned and data collected between mobile business intelligence users and quantitative method used. The collected data, analysed by SPSS software. The result of data analysis exposed that how factors such as organization climate, information quality, system quality, society effect and individual effect were influenced user acceptance in mobile business intelligence applications. © 2015 Penerbit UTM Press. All rights reserved.
Zulkifli N.A.,University of Technology Malaysia |
Abdul Rahman A.,University of Technology Malaysia |
van Oosterom P.,Technical University of Delft |
Tan L.C.,University of Technology Malaysia |
And 4 more authors.
Land Use Policy | Year: 2015
Every country has land policy and land planning systems to improve social, physical, spatial and economic imbalance. Land policies provide the framework, direction and continuity of decisions made for the function of land in the implementation of national development plans which involve local, state and regional plans. In Malaysia, land policies are implemented within a broader framework, which is supervised by the government. Some land policies were implemented based on the National Land Code (NLC). The National Land Code, 1965 came into force on 1st January 1966 to administer all land matters in Peninsular Malaysia and the Federal Territory of Labuan while Sabah and Sarawak continued to use the Sabah Land Ordinance 1930 and Sarawak Land Code 1958 respectively. The purpose of the NLC is to ensure the uniformity of land policy and land law with respect to land tenure, registration, transfer, charges, leases, easements and other interests and rights to land. Rapid development and various needs for securing proprietors' interests have put a lot of demands on land administration. A new three-dimensional (3D) cadastral system was proposed to cater for above and below surface cadastral objects and to enable the registration of real properties that are not limited to the land surface. The 3D approach for cadastral and land registration systems can provide a better means to manage modern cadastral objects. There are two organisations within Peninsular Malaysia responsible for managing and maintaining the land administration system, namely, the Department of Survey and Mapping Malaysia (DSMM) and the District Land Offices which are responsible for the cadastral survey and ownership rights respectively. Both organisations have their own information systems called eLand in District Land Offices and eCadastre in DSMM. There are three arguments to further improve the land administration system towards e-Government services - government guarantee of indefeasibility of title to private land; information integration for good governance of land administration; systematic and accurate recording for land taxation purposes as a source of important state revenue. Those arguments clearly demonstrated the need for the Land Administration Domain Model (LADM). The LADM is an international standard for land administration purposes. Malaysia does not have a standard model for land administration. Standardisation of land administration within a country should meet the international standard, this will hasten land transactions between international entities. This paper attempts to outline Malaysian land policy in relation to the framework of the National Land Policy and LADM standard as a reference model for Malaysian land administration. © 2015 Elsevier Ltd.
Bargshady G.,Jalan Semarak |
Alipanah F.,Jalan Semarak |
Abdulrazzaq A.W.,Jalan Semarak |
Chukwunonso F.,University of Technology Malaysia
Jurnal Teknologi (Sciences and Engineering) | Year: 2014
Business Intelligence technology implementation can bring capabilities to making decisions faster and better for organizations. It usually faces on significant rate of failure and leads to a large wasting of time and resources. Therefore, identifying critical readiness factors of it helps IT managers in implementation successfully and prevents from failure in this issue. This study conducted in Shahrvand retail company in Iran that wants to implement BI technology successfully. The purpose of this study is to recognize potential readiness factors of business intelligence technology implementation in this organization. On the base of previous study the most important factors were distinguished and one conceptual model was designed. The quantitative method was selected to evaluate factors and totally259 questionnaires were collected among respondents. The SPSS software used to analysis of data. The result shows that robust & extensible framework as a technology's factor has positive and strong significant relationship with business intelligence technology readiness implementation. Therefore, The results show that the technology dimension factors are important in this implementation successfully. Also, findings demonstrated that the clear business visions and planning, committed management support and sponsorship, and map the solutions to the users were the important factors in this issue. © 2014 Penerbit UTM Press. All rights reserved.