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Transaksi Perbankan Secara On Line. Contoh : Anjungan tunai mandiri Materi KLKP sesudah UTS. Cabang. Pusat Data Komputer. ATM. Disaster Recovery Center. Bank Lain. Transaksi Perbankan Secara On Line. Tampilan ATM. Tampilan ATM. B2C (Business to consumer).

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Transaksi Perbankan Secara On Line

Contoh : Anjungan tunai mandiri

Materi KLKP sesudah UTS


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Cabang

Pusat Data Komputer

ATM

Disaster Recovery Center

Bank Lain

Transaksi Perbankan Secara On Line




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B2C (Business to consumer)

  • Conventional 3-tier architectures are designed to operate within a single company  data exchanges occur within the safe boundaries of the company

    • in principle there are no reasons why the system could not be opened to other users if the need arises

      • ATM(automatic teller machines are an excellent example of the advantages if doing so


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B2C

  • ATM(automatic teller machines are an excellent example of the advantages if doing so

    • client/server system

    • a PC with a network connection to the information services of the bank

    • gives customers easier access to their accounts without the bank incurring

    • a significant part of manual work disappears

    • more efficient interactions with the customer

       great service, but there are limitations






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