2018

SCBTII Proceeding

The world is currently entering the era of the fourth industrial revolution which is often referred to the Industrial Revolution 4.0. To adapt with the new era, it is necessary to encourage various updates and betterments in all aspects of life. In this era, disruption becomes an inevitable thing. Thus, innovation absolutely needs to be done so as not being eroded by the rapid advances in this century. Along with the new era, a phenomenon called as disruptive innovation is currently coming up and creating various upheavals in the community. Disruptive innovation is a consequence of the presence of a transformation phase in the application of digital technology. Disruptive innovation can be shortly defined as an innovation creating the emergence of new markets that can also disrupt the existence and sustainability of existing markets due to new business cultures and models as the results of many changes in utilization of digital technology. Disruptive innovation causes significant changes in the social and economic life of society. There will be a lot of shifts due to the loss of various occupations that are replaced by technology.
On the other hand, the United Nations has determined Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) containing seventeen development goals, including the goals of no poverty and reduced inequalities. The objectives are then set out in more detail as the inclusive and sustainable development that encourages economic growth to be able to alleviate poverty, reduce inequality, create jobs and provide a safe livelihood for the community. Thus, inclusive development can be defined as a development that provides equitable benefits for the entire community without any parties who are harmed by other parties.
Disruptive innovation and inclusive development at a glance look like two sides of conflicting things. However, both of them actually can go in accordance if all parties work hard, synergize, and support the collective commitment to find solutions to the existing problems. An innovation that can lead to the goodness is the one supported by a synergistic digital ecosystem. The ecosystem is a set of several components that work together in a system. Thus, the essence of a harmony between disruptive innovation and inclusive development is a solid synergy among all stakeholders to build a digital ecosystem.
The 9th Sustainable Collaboration in Business, Technology, Information and Innovation (SCBTII) 2018 is a forum that provides an opportunity for all stakeholders to discuss and convey ideas those are relevant to the current Industrial Revolution 4.0 era. This is an effort to achieve a synergy in the form of a solid digital ecosystem towards inclusive and sustainable development in accordance with the Penta Helix concept which includes five important components, namely government, private sector, social organizations, education, and citizens.

e-ISSN: 2621-3192

Table of Contents

Articles

Rieka Hutami, Mutia Oktaviana Alexandra
Rieka Hutami, Dahlia Febri Astuti
Rieka F Hutami, Putri Adelina
Aprilia Wiguna, N Norita
Rudyta Lucyana Rosidi, Rosad Ma’ali El Hadi, Maria Dellarosawati Idawicaksakti
Monica Anggi JR
Lesbon A J Sitorus, Kin Tjendrasa
Achmad Yahya Sjarifuddin, Yos Sunitiyoso
Hasto Kuncana Hesnawanto, Ratri Wahyuningtyas
Brian Al Afwan, Manahan Siallagan
Farida Titik Kristanti, Deannes Isynuwardhana, Sri Rahayu
I Indrawati, Angdini Dea Nurillaily, Husni Amani
I Indrawati, Fandi Kurnia Putra, Husni Amani
Urai Jella Oktaviyari, Erman Arif Sumirat
Yulius Ginardi Sukwandi, Deddy Priatmodjo Koesrindartoto
Ikra Loveni, Yos Sunitiyoso
Fajar Aulia Rachman, Brady Rikumahu
Yeni Priatna Sari, Hetika Ida Farida
Aluisius Hery Pratono, S Suyanto
S Suyanto, Yenny Sugiarti
Yuliani Rachma Putri, A.K. Siti Nabiha, Zubir Azhar
Dyla Anisa, Taufik Faturohman
Dudi Pratomo, Dini W Hapsari
Dewi Indriasih, Dien Noviany Rahmatika, Yeni Priatna Sari
Reza Ashari Nasution, Kanya Ramyacitta Mahaperdana
Titin Suhartini
Siska Ayudia Adiyanti
Arqie Buana Rara, Damayanti Octavia
Muhammad Rizky Ardita Putra, Damayanti Octavia
Aldo Falah Risqiaputra, Damayanti Octavia
Muhamad Jiyad Pribuana, Damayanti Octavia
P Purwanto, Djoko Suhardjanto, W Warto, S Supriyadi
Lakshita Juwita Mufti, Devi Pratami, Wawan Tripiawan
Syifa Fajar Maulani, Salfitrie R Maryunani
Marlina Nur Lestari, Nuryanti Taufik, T Toto
Irni Yunita, Almand Fuad Alimuddin
Della Desvia Hulwani, Vaya Juliana Dillak
Rony Oki Girsang, Yuliani Dwi Lestari
Mukhtar Abdul Kader, Moch Aziz Basari, Wiwin Setianingsih
Vaya Juliana Dillak, Zaza Humaida Fitri
Iwan Setiawan, Risna Kartika, K Kasman
Umi Zuraida, Henndy Ginting, Muhammad Yorga Permana, Ima Fatima, Cahyaningtyas Nova Puspitadewi, Rafiati Kania
Abella Ayu Kusuma, Whony Rofianto
Nurhasna Isnaini, Whony Rofianto
Antaseno Septian Jinca, Astrie Krisnawati
Bangun M Sagala, Astrie Krisnawati
Calisto Babo Soares, Dodie Tricahyono
Venessa Rachmi Putri, Refi Rifaldi Windya Giri, Putri Isnaeni Rizqiana
Yat Rospia Brata, Dendy Syaiful Akbar, Mohamad Apip
Fajri Tri Rahmadini Alsya, Devi Pratami, Wawan Tripiawan, Ageak Reporte Bermano
Dendy Syaiful Akbar, Wildan Dwi Dermawan, Benny Prawiranegara
Hani Siti Hanifah, Deri Alan Kurniawan, Rostiena Pasciana
Eliya Fatma Harahap, Hani Siti Hanifah, Desi Qoriah, Irma Rosmayati
Nora Amelda Rizal, Asep Wahyudin
Yuhana Astuti
Bethani Suryawardani, Fanni Husnul Hanifa, Widya Sastika, Astri Wulandari
Wulandari Ayuningtyas, Nora Amelda Rizal
Astrie Krisnawati, Yuliana Sari
Pham Van Thanh Truc, Kristina Sisilia
Bayu Prakoso, Gadang Ramantoko
Tieka Trikartika Gustyana, Andrieta Shintia Dewi, H M Ersyad
Arinda Yulia Wicahyanti, Brady Rikumahu
Haeruddin Hafid, Mahir Pradana, Muhammad Diandri, Nyimas Bunga
Edy Witjara, Aldrin Herwany, Setyanto P Santosa
Amasida Imansari, Anggara Wisesa
Dwi Wahyu Wijaya, Gadang Ramantoko
Ficky Yoga Pratama Sagala, Gadang Ramantoko
Erni Martini, Fidelis Yogiswara Wastu A