Aplication for Mapping and Supporting Small and Medium Industries

Syaiful Hendra, Hajra Rasmita Ngemba, Fitriyanti Andi Masse


One of indicators of the growth of a country is the state of progress in economic field. Empowering small and medium industries means building community independence and capability, providing wiggle room for the community to participate in utilizing their economic potential, guiding the community to materialize their choices through various concrete actions and helping them improve economic productivity and welfare. Support for economic growth is essential for small-scaleeconomic sectorwhich plays a great role in alleviating poverty by promoting Small and Medium Industries (SMI/IKM) program. Stages of this study were carried using Extreme Programming software development methodology. This study was carried out and could be completed in five stages namely system planning, system design, system coding, system testing and test result analysis and implementation. System testing was done using Blackbox equivalence partitioning method. The conclusion of this study on the application for IKM in Palu City is that the application developed can cover accurate locations to facilitate the government to obtain information and make decision in swift and accurate manners.

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