YULISFAN YULISFAN, Iskandar MUDA, Alexandru Mircea Nedelea


Revenue from product sales is the most important component for a company where the role of the information system in the revenue cycle plays an important role on capturing any single information related to the market, customers, availability of supplies for sale, payment systems from customers, product delivery time to customers, and how quickly this information can be gathered to become an information that can support decision making. This researchintends to get certainty that the use of digitizing the revenue cycle process will create a very positive impact on companies with better, faster, more accurate, and safer business considerations, as decision-making materials that can be made faster at any time. The method in this research uses descriptive methods to present a complete picture of social conditions or is intended for exploration and clarification of a social phenomenon or reality, by describing a number of variables. Digitalization in the revenue cycle can be done by implementing a barcode system and adding the existing information in the company database to a cellular tablet which become a tool for the sales team, so that the system will mutually integrate and update information data after the sales execution process is carried out. Prior to the system implementation, information can only be received by decision makers within the next 2 working days after the sales execution process is carried out.


Marketing information system, Revenue Cycle, Barcode system, Accounting information system.


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