• Ikbal Nidauddin


Growth of computer world which progressively complete push each every individual and or group will do not want to have to apply in all activity. Information System Marketing of Mold PT Sukses Permata Indonusa Area Attack- Banten represent first like marketing of Mold and also miscellaneous. During the time customer find difficulties in searching information concerning types of mold shop, during the time which walk still use manual system, that is by each every customer which ordering product, we show or catalog of sample product which have become. Method like that eat time old ones and is inefficient, because customer have to come direct to company or on the contrary. Besides update of catalog even also enough eat many time besides having to design and change data process sufficient printing will pursue marketing process, while customer can come any time. This System use three method that is : DFD, Normalization and of ERD. This Method is used to facilitate process scheme of system. This System need the specification of which consist of software and is hardware. Software required by for example Microsoft Windows XP, Macromedia Dreamweaver MX, ASP ( Active Server Pages) and Microsoft Access. Hardware required by for example Intel Pentium IV 2,0 GHZ, Random Access memory ( RAM) 256 MB, Hard Disk 80 GB and of Printer.  This application there are five process, that is registration data process, guest book data, data of product, ordering data and ordering evidence data. If User come into this Web hence User enabled to fill guest book and do registration. After User do registration hence User enabled to process ordering and later then party of Administrator will give ordering evidence.  Applied of this system, is expected can support Department of Marketing in executing activity of marketing of Product and improve company productivity a period of/to to come

How to Cite
NIDAUDDIN, Ikbal. SISTEM INFORMASI PEMASARAN MOLD SHOP BERBASIS WEB. Jurnal Politeknik Piksi Input Serang, [S.l.], v. 5, n. 2, p. 158-177, oct. 2017. ISSN 2503-2798. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 21 oct. 2018.