Key Performance Indicator Assessment Information System (KPI) Faculty of Engineering Using Website-Based AHP Method

Dedy Rahman Prehanto, Bambang Sujatmiko


The main performance indicators (KPI) are ministerial performance targets imposed by the ministry of education on all universities under its auspices. The state university of Surabaya to realize the main performance indicators (KPI) from the ministry divided the performance with 7 faculties. The Faculty of Engineering is one of the 7 faculties that have been targeted by UNESA. The decision-making process from the various alternatives that exist requires the existence of a criterion. One of the methods used in this research is the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method. Aspects of performance appraisal that will be used as criteria include the following: Performance Assessment Based on the increasing quality of higher education graduates, Increasing the quality of higher education lecturers, Increasing the quality of curriculum and learning, Improved governance of work units within the Directorate General of Higher Education. From some of these weaknesses in monitoring and realizing the main performance indicators of the university, it is necessary to make software to make it easier for the dean to monitor performance. The software serves to monitor the main performance indicators of the engineering faculty by the dean. Based on these problems, it is necessary to conduct a research entitled Information System Assessment of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) of the Faculty of Engineering Using the Website-Based AHP Method.

Keywords: SPK AHP, website php, mysql

DOI: 10.7176/IKM/12-2-02

Publication date: February 28th 2022

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