Journal Description

The Asian Journal of Technology Management (AJTM) Is an Open Access Peer-Reviewed Journal That Aims to Promote Interdisciplinary Research on Technology, Management, And Their Intersection Area. It Publishes Complete Research Articles by Worldwide Scholars and Practitioners in The Intersection of Technology and Management Development. The Journal Is Intended as An Instrument for Individuals Conducting Research on Technology Management at Both Micro and Macro Level of Analysis as Well As Its Relationship with Other Business And Managerial Functions Such As Operations, Supply Chain Management, Decision Making, Negotiation Analysis, Marketing, Strategy, Risks, Finance, Human Resource, Innovation, Research And Development, Entrepreneurship, Etc. 

The Asian Journal of Technology Management (AJTM) Is Accredited by The Directorate General of Research and Development Strengthening, Ministry of Research, Technology, And Higher Education of Republic Indonesia Nomor:158/E/KPT/2021, 4 December 2021 with a Validity Period Of 5 (Five) Years. AJTM Has Been Registered in The CROSSREF System with Digital Object Identifier (DOI), Distributed by PROQUEST And Listed in The Directory of Open Access SHERPA/Romeo. The Journal Has Been Indexed by Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Google Scholar, Index Copernicus, Indonesian Publication Index (IPI), SINTA (Science and Technology Index), Asean Citation Index (ACI), Dimensions-Digital Science, Indonesia Onesearch, EBSCO

ISSN Information
Online ISSN : 2089-791X
Print ISSN : 1978-6956

Vol. 17 No. 1 (2024)

Published: July 5, 2024

Determinant Implementation of Accounting Digitalization in MSMEs

1-13 Feby Millenia Itsnaini, Doddy Setiawan, Y Anni Aryani

When Fear of Covid Is Not the Main Reason to Use Online Technology

14-37 I Gusti Agung Eka Teja Kusuma, Nyoman Wiwiek Yuliadewi, Ni Putu Cempaka Dharmadewi Atmaja

Collaboration In the Medical Device Innovation During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia: A Network Analysis

38-50 Indah Purwaningsih, Ria Hardyati

Digital Literacy and Cashless Payment: Evidence from Indonesia

51-58 Ahmad Syarif Pudin, Etikah Karyani, Putra Pamungkas, Aldy Fariz Achsanta

Improving Mushroom Cultivation Efficiency through Mobile App-based Data Visualization

59-72 Laurentius Kevin Hendinata, Gabriella Christina Kandinata, Ahmad Ilham Rokhul Fikri
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