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The Asian Journal of Technology Management (AJTM)
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PURPOSE The Asian Journal of Technology management aims to promote interdisciplinary research regarding the special problems and opportunities related to technology management fields in Asia and its effects beyond. It publishes papers by worldwide scholars, practitioners, and those interested in Asian technology development under one of these classifications research paper, viewpoint, conceptual paper, case study, literature review. The journal is intended as an instrument for individuals conducting research on technology management at both micro and macro level of analysis as well as its relationship with other managerial functions such as operations, marketing finance, and human resource. READERSHIP Researchers, educator, senior practitioners in the areas of technology economics, research and development, innovation management, technology management, technology transfer, technology and business strategy will find the journal interest. UNIQUENESS AS ATTRACTIVENESS FACTOR The uniqueness factor of Asian Journal of Technology Management is the scope of study which views the intersect of Technology and Management in a fashionable and unique way in creating competitive advantage of corporations and nations in Asia. As we are facing a fast changing Asia, where old customs and tradition meet technology adoption and the government, industry, corporations; the journal intends to take part in the swift change and is filling a niche in the journal business. There is no other journal that intersects Technology Management and micro-macro level analyzes in the continent of Asia where extensive and considerable shift of technology adoption is in a fast pace. AJTM Journal Indexed by Cross Ref, Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, DOAJ and Indonesian Publication Index (IPI). Print ISSN: 1978-6956; Online ISSN: 2089-791X
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A Pilot Study of Technology Adoption: An Analysis of Consumers’ Preference on Future Online Grocery Service Nurfatiasari, Safrani; Aprianingsih, Atik
The Asian Journal of Technology Management (AJTM) Vol 10, No 2 (2017)
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Abstract. The huge number of smartphone users in Indonesia is the main reason that most of new online retailers choose to develop mobile application-market based grocery. However, online grocery goes through sluggish rate of development due to minimum level on adoption of technology by consumers.  The most barriers in adopting this technology are difficulties in transaction, late deliveries, incomplete information, and difficulties with site navigation and complex procedure also security in money transaction. Through literature review, this study attempts to go further to elaborate mobile application online grocery features that can be applied to promote an increasing online grocery service adoption. Based on the finding, the best combination  features which more likely support customers to perceived convenience in using online grocery service is mobile application that contain nutritional quality information, allows customers to search the product by its attribute, provide order status tracker that allows customers to trace their groceries and provide cash on delivery service as payment method.  Keywords: Online grocery service, mobile application features, technology adoption,
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Practice of Triple Helix (TH) Model in Malaysian Research Universities (RU) Afzal, Munshi Naser Ibne; Dutta, Susmita; Mansur, Kasim Bin HJ. MD.; Lawrey, Roger
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Abstract. Innovation is one of the key elements of countries’ competitiveness. In the face of continuous world economic changes, the Triple Helix Model (University-Industry-Government) relationship allows many countries to improve and accelerate their innovation processes. In developing countries, which are in transition towards innovation-based economies, such as Malaysia, Triple Helix (TH) can serve as a tool to speed up this transition.  This paper explores the implementation of Triple Helix to discover the extent of collaboration between companies and universities both on a global scale and particularly in Malaysia. The study uses a quantitative methodology based on an integrative analysis of literature, secondary data and results of a survey, conducted among four Malaysian research based universities. The research finds that the average performance of Malaysian research based public universities in the Triple Helix system is generally good. For individual universities this study finds that the National University of Malaysia (UKM) has performed above average, while University of Malaya (UM) shows below average performance among major research universities in Malaysia. The findings of this research highlight the need to solve the identified problems in parallel with implementation of the open innovation concept in university-industry collaborations.  Keywords: Triple Helix, Research University (RU), Technology Commercialisation, Innovation, Malaysia
The Potential of Facebook Utilization in Women’s Undergarments Luxury Fashion Brand Aprilianty, Fitri; Nasution, Reza Ashari
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Abstract. The dynamic of global economy drives luxury fashion businesses to change. The primary channel of retailing for luxury fashion brand undergarment is offline stores because Luxury brands are expected to evoke uniqueness and exclusivity through high quality, premium pricing, and controlled distribution. With the exponential growth of various social media, however, luxury brands face challenges in how to maintain brand integrity while keep up with the social media trend. Facebook pages have emerged as a commonly used marketing communication tools and marketing channel, because visiting luxury fashion brand Facebook may stimulate consumers’ interest in using Facebook for shopping. The purpose of this paper is to examine how women’s undergarments luxury fashion brand using Facebook as a marketing tool and how consumers are interacting with the brand by measuring the number of fans, comments, and accuracy of information provided. This paper is based upon a content analysis, inquiring into 30 women’s undergarment luxury fashion brand Facebook pages. Data analysis revealed many undergarment luxury fashion brands appear to have in promoting their products and engaging customers through Facebook. One major problem was the absence of an updated Facebook page.  The findings of this study can enable luxury brands to forecast the future purchasing behavior of their customers and provide a guide to managing their marketing activities as well. Keywords:  Facebook, luxury fashion brand, women’s undergarment, content analysis
Patent Trend in Research Centers at Cibinong Science and Technology Park Surrounding for Determining Technology Focus Yaniar, Harini; Wicaksono, Adityo
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Abstract. Focusing in a specific technology sector would be a great strategy for early developed Science and Technology Park (STP) especially in Indonesia. Each STP has its own concept considering the resources and technology supply. This should be main considerations in determining STP focus. Cibinong Science and Technology Park (CSTP) is surrounded by 4 research centers, and Center for Innovation. Their patent database within 5 years has been studied to determine CSTP focus. By using qualitative method and descriptive analysis, the results showed that the top priority is agriculture, followed by pharmaceutical. Moreover, the strategic areas for development in agriculture sector include: soil working; horticulture; preservation of bodies; and biocides. And in pharmaceutical sub sector includes: preparations for medical, dental, or toilet purposes; specific therapeutic activity of chemical compounds or medicinal preparations; and heterocyclic compounds. Furthermore, China can be a benchmark for technology development in agriculture, while US for technology development in pharmaceutical.Keywords:  Technology focus, patent trend, CSTP surrounding
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Regional Innovation System Performance in Indonesia: Case of Semarang and Balikpapan Kusharsanto, Zulfika Satria; Handayani, Wiwandari; Artiningsih, Artiningsih
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Abstract. Innovation system which promotes knowledge-based economy, instead of factor-driven economy, has been realized by many countries to be an obligatory system to improve national or regional competitiveness. It requires the collaboration of all stakeholders which are related to development to enhance innovation with specialization as the competitiveness value. Semarang and Balikpapan, two emerging cities in Indonesia, has implemented regional innovation system (RIS) with their own strengths and weaknesses. This study uses conceptual analysis with qualitative and quantitative methodology and The Innovation Policy Framework as tool to assess both cities’ performance. The study finds that both cities have basic understanding about innovation with specialization such as Semarang develops innovation in city tourism while Balikpapan enhances innovation in green economy. The hard challenges faced by both cities are integration of all stakeholders in enhancing innovation that however is still partially implemented. At the end, this study draws the concept of both cities to develop the system yet without neglecting their existed performance. Keywords: Balikpapan, collaboration, knowledge-based economy, regional innovation system, Semarang
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