Development of Indonesian Geographical Small and Medium Enterprises (UMKM) Distribution Visualization Systems to Support the Improvement of People's Economy


  • Wenny Dhamayanthi
  • Endro Sugiartono
  • Nugroho Setyo Wibowo
  • Khafidurrohman Agustianto


The contribution of UMKM plays an important role in boosting manufacturing and economic growth in the country. The Ministry of Industry noted, for example, in 2013, 3.43 million UMKM rose to 3.52 million UMKM in 2014. UMKM are also able to absorb the most labor compared to other sectors. Absorption of labor in this sector in early 2016 reached 97.22 percent. In 2016. Bondowoso Regency is an area rich in natural products and handicrafts. There  are  38  thousand  UMKM  that  have  been  established  until  2016.  The  number  has exceeded the target of the Regent Amin Said Husni. But currently there is no system that can accommodate the existing UMKM and new UMKM that will emerge. Overcoming the distribution of UMKM covering one Regency, a system that is able to visualize the distribution properly is needed. This research aims to develop the Indonesian Geographical Small and Medium Enterprises (UMKM) Distribution Visualization Systems to Support the Improvement of People's Economy. From the test results show the system has been successfully developed, with a reference to the percentage of unit testing results is 100%, while the average value of system quality (4.54), information quality (4.51) and user satisfaction (4.52).


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