Analisis Optimisasi Persediaan Mata Uang Riyal untuk Musim Ibadah Haji (Studi Kasus di Bank Syariah Mandiri Cabang Bekasi)
Fewidarto, Pramono D.
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SAR or Saudi Arabian Real is the currency of Saudi Arabia is widely used to meet the requirements during the pilgrimage. In 2011, the number of Hajj is dominated fleet departure from Jakarta-Bekasi embarkation fleet as much as 85 groups or 37,740 worshipers. This has resulted in high demand for SAR in several local banks to provide more SAR during the pilgrimage season, one of which is a Bank Syariah Mandiri Bekasi Branch has provided SAR more than other Bank Syariah Mandiri Branch, in the amount of 210,000 SAR. The amount of inventory that has been prepared BSM Bekasi branch sometimes not in line with the level of demand for SAR because of the uncertain state of demand. This condition, triggering BSM Bekasi Branch excess inventory, so that the necessary proper inventory management. This study aims to (1) Studying the patterns of demand and supply SAR for the Hajj season, (2) Selecting inventory models SAR for the Hajj season, (3) Calculating the optimal inventory levels SAR. The primary data used in this study were obtained through direct interviews with the BSM Bekasi Branch and the Ministry of Religious based list of questions directly. Secondary data obtained from historical data company, literature studies, articles or research related literature. Qualitative data analysis is done by analyzing the patterns of demand and supply patterns, as well as the BSM condition Bekasi Branch. Quantitative data analysis is done by calculating the optimum supply quantity of demand that has been forecast. Based on the pattern of inventory, ordering SAR does not occur every month because the supply is only focused on the pilgrimage season. Hajj month period can be determined based on the high demand SAR in a given month. Pattern of demand and supply patterns, forecasting can be done about the number of reservations by observing the pattern of demand SAR during the Hajj months to avoid excess or shortage of inventory. Forecasting demand of 158,682 SAR in the period from Hajj performed by using the moving average method. Judging from the conditions that existed at BSM Bekasi branch, where demand SAR during the Hajj season varies and can not be known with certainty, a two-day lead time, order frequency as needed, the inventory method that can be applied BSM Bekasi branch is continuous method probabilitic EOQ. Determination of optimum quantity obtained through iteration, that is equal to 101,244 SAR with reorder levels and inventory reserves amounted to 16,592 SAR and 11,302 SAR. The optimal conditions can anticipate the resulting excess inventory inefficiencies, as well as inventory shortages resulting in loss of customer trust, so that the Bekasi branch of Bank Syariah Mandiri to optimize profitability and create customer loyalty.
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