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ERP System for Insurance Broking Company
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ERP System for Insurance Broking Company ab 58.99 € als Taschenbuch: ERP System Design and Implementation (Project for PT. Cipta Uni Jasa). Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, English, International, Gebundene Ausgaben,

Anbieter: hugendubel
Stand: 23.09.2020
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Commonwealth Bank
34,00 € *
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The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA) is the largest bank by market capitalisation in Australia, with businesses across New Zealand,Fiji, Asia, USA and the United Kingdom. Commonwealth Bank provides a variety of financial services including retail, business and institutional banking, funds management, superannuation, insurance, investment and broking services. Commonly referred to as the Commonwealth Bank (or Commbank), The Commonwealth Bank is now the second largest Australian listed company on the Australian Securities Exchange as of January 2008 with brands including BankWest, Colonial First State Investments Limited, ASB Bank (New Zealand), Commonwealth Securities Limited (CommSec)and Commonwealth Insurance Limited (CommInsure). On 7 December 2007 the bank won its skirmish with ANZ over bragging rights to the title of "Australia's most convenient bank". Founded in 1911 by the Australian government, the Commonwealth Bank is one of the 'big four' Australian banks, with National Australia Bank (NAB), ANZ and Westpac. The bank listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in 1991 and the government fully privatised it in 1996.

Anbieter: Dodax
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ERP System for Insurance Broking Company
59,00 € *
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The objective of this book is to design and implement ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system for insurance broking company to solve their business problem. The project was given by PT. Cipta Uni Jasa to develop ERP system, based on the main concept of DBMS. The result of implementation for the ERP system is seen by meeting the requirements of business process for each of the departments and tested to be functional without bugs or errors. The developed ERP system able to solve the company's problems and finished within the project time plan. The implementation of ERP system in the company proves to be complimentary solution to improve the business process of marketing, finance and claim department. By the usage of the ERP system it eliminates certain problem factors such as time constraint and inaccurate data record due to the capability of database integration.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 23.09.2020
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ERP System for Insurance Broking Company
96,90 CHF *
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The objective of this book is to design and implement ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system for insurance broking company to solve their business problem. The project was given by PT. Cipta Uni Jasa to develop ERP system, based on the main concept of DBMS. The result of implementation for the ERP system is seen by meeting the requirements of business process for each of the departments and tested to be functional without bugs or errors. The developed ERP system able to solve the company's problems and finished within the project time plan. The implementation of ERP system in the company proves to be complimentary solution to improve the business process of marketing, finance and claim department. By the usage of the ERP system it eliminates certain problem factors such as time constraint and inaccurate data record due to the capability of database integration.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 23.09.2020
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E-Finance
45,90 CHF *
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E-Finance: The Future is Here exhorts the Indian banks to use their post crisis advantages like safe and sound business practices, technology competence and lower costs to attract business from overseas customers. 'The Future is Here,' avers V C Joshi and suggests that financial institutions could effectively use their branch network to market e-services. This concise yet comprehensive book talks about not only the planning aspect, but also the process of e-banking; it discusses the internet business model that these banks can adhere to and examines the working of e-banking, e-insurance and e-broking, and so on. The developments in alternate systems of trading in areas like treasuries and foreign exchange are also discussed in great detail. The author oversteps the Indian periphery and takes on a global approach. The security aspects discussed exhaustively and the author highlights the difficulties in enforcing claims through the judicial process. This book is enriched with recent examples and will be very useful for professionals in the banking, insurance and financial sectors, as also to management students and the general reader. Since it touches upon the implementation aspects of e-finance, it would also be of immense help to practising executives.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 23.09.2020
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Critical Issues on Islamic Banking and Financia...
72,90 CHF *
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To the layman who wishes to understand modern Islamic financial transactions, this book will prove friendly and helpful. It provides the underlying principles of Shariah financial instruments and presented them in actual and practical form. Since 1983, Malaysia has been making significant inroads into the Islamic financials landscape. Today Islamic financial transactions have made their presence felt in almost all financial institutions including banks, unit trusts, insurance, discount houses, fund management, factoring, pawn broking and project financing. And with more than USD200 billion Islamic funds available in global finance today, it is logical that the business of Islamic banking, insurance and fund management is fast expanding and encroaching into non-traditional financing. As the Holy Quran enjoins profit creation via trading and commercial transactions (al-bay') while forbidding profit earned from loans (riba), increasing Islamic consciousness among the Muslims today has opened up new business opportunities in Islamic finance, financial planning and wealth management. The Shariah not only condone interest as riba, but prohibits elements of gambling (maisir) in financial transactions. Ambiguities (gharar) in contractual agreements must be avoided at all cost while companies seeking Islamic capital must not engage with prohibited goods such as alcoholic beverages, pork and pornographic material. But current practices although unintentionally seem to out focus the real Quranic agenda for wealth creation and management. The Quranic alternative to riba is trade and commerce (al-bay'). The essence of trade and commerce is profit creation that implicates risk-taking (ghorm) and value-addition (kasb). Doing so promotes fairness and equitable transactions ('adl) and thus putting ethics and morality (akhlak) into the limelight of corporate business today. This book has attempted to venture into several issues of Islamic finance that incorporates the Quranic conception of trading and commerce (al-bay'). Profit created from financial instruments devoid of risk-taking (ghorm) and value addition (kasb) does not fit into the Quran's outlook of al-bay'. It critically examines current Islamic financial products offered by banks, mutual funds and insurance companies and help guide prospective customers to understand the underlying Shariah principles on which these products are structured. Products ranging from bank deposits/assets and capital market instruments are discussed based on prevailing practical experience in Malaysia as well as other Muslim countries. Divergent Shariah opinions on sale-buyback (bay' al-'inah) and debt trading (bay'al-dayn) are discussed with good intentions to harmonize global Islamic financial transactions. Of most significant is the push for equity financing (musyarakah/mudarabah) in the banking business with proper application of salam and istisna' contract as well. Widespread use of murabahah and al-bai-bithaman ajil (credit sale) contracts in Islamic finance is a worrying trend. This book tries to explore the place of Islamic financial contracts in modern financial markets, whether Islamic financial instruments actually reflect true label. Implication of trading (al-bay') is expected to invite venture capital application in Islamic banking and rationalizes universal banking model for Islamic banks. This book serves to guide banking customers, practitioners and investors over the range of Shariah products available in Malaysia's financial market and help impress how these products can impact their earnings and business.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 23.09.2020
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E-Finance
24,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

E-Finance: The Future is Here exhorts the Indian banks to use their post crisis advantages like safe and sound business practices, technology competence and lower costs to attract business from overseas customers. 'The Future is Here,' avers V C Joshi and suggests that financial institutions could effectively use their branch network to market e-services. This concise yet comprehensive book talks about not only the planning aspect, but also the process of e-banking; it discusses the internet business model that these banks can adhere to and examines the working of e-banking, e-insurance and e-broking, and so on. The developments in alternate systems of trading in areas like treasuries and foreign exchange are also discussed in great detail. The author oversteps the Indian periphery and takes on a global approach. The security aspects discussed exhaustively and the author highlights the difficulties in enforcing claims through the judicial process. This book is enriched with recent examples and will be very useful for professionals in the banking, insurance and financial sectors, as also to management students and the general reader. Since it touches upon the implementation aspects of e-finance, it would also be of immense help to practising executives.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 23.09.2020
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ERP System for Insurance Broking Company
51,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

The objective of this book is to design and implement ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system for insurance broking company to solve their business problem. The project was given by PT. Cipta Uni Jasa to develop ERP system, based on the main concept of DBMS. The result of implementation for the ERP system is seen by meeting the requirements of business process for each of the departments and tested to be functional without bugs or errors. The developed ERP system able to solve the company's problems and finished within the project time plan. The implementation of ERP system in the company proves to be complimentary solution to improve the business process of marketing, finance and claim department. By the usage of the ERP system it eliminates certain problem factors such as time constraint and inaccurate data record due to the capability of database integration.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 23.09.2020
Zum Angebot
Critical Issues on Islamic Banking and Financia...
39,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

To the layman who wishes to understand modern Islamic financial transactions, this book will prove friendly and helpful. It provides the underlying principles of Shariah financial instruments and presented them in actual and practical form. Since 1983, Malaysia has been making significant inroads into the Islamic financials landscape. Today Islamic financial transactions have made their presence felt in almost all financial institutions including banks, unit trusts, insurance, discount houses, fund management, factoring, pawn broking and project financing. And with more than USD200 billion Islamic funds available in global finance today, it is logical that the business of Islamic banking, insurance and fund management is fast expanding and encroaching into non-traditional financing. As the Holy Quran enjoins profit creation via trading and commercial transactions (al-bay') while forbidding profit earned from loans (riba), increasing Islamic consciousness among the Muslims today has opened up new business opportunities in Islamic finance, financial planning and wealth management. The Shariah not only condone interest as riba, but prohibits elements of gambling (maisir) in financial transactions. Ambiguities (gharar) in contractual agreements must be avoided at all cost while companies seeking Islamic capital must not engage with prohibited goods such as alcoholic beverages, pork and pornographic material. But current practices although unintentionally seem to out focus the real Quranic agenda for wealth creation and management. The Quranic alternative to riba is trade and commerce (al-bay'). The essence of trade and commerce is profit creation that implicates risk-taking (ghorm) and value-addition (kasb). Doing so promotes fairness and equitable transactions ('adl) and thus putting ethics and morality (akhlak) into the limelight of corporate business today. This book has attempted to venture into several issues of Islamic finance that incorporates the Quranic conception of trading and commerce (al-bay'). Profit created from financial instruments devoid of risk-taking (ghorm) and value addition (kasb) does not fit into the Quran's outlook of al-bay'. It critically examines current Islamic financial products offered by banks, mutual funds and insurance companies and help guide prospective customers to understand the underlying Shariah principles on which these products are structured. Products ranging from bank deposits/assets and capital market instruments are discussed based on prevailing practical experience in Malaysia as well as other Muslim countries. Divergent Shariah opinions on sale-buyback (bay' al-'inah) and debt trading (bay'al-dayn) are discussed with good intentions to harmonize global Islamic financial transactions. Of most significant is the push for equity financing (musyarakah/mudarabah) in the banking business with proper application of salam and istisna' contract as well. Widespread use of murabahah and al-bai-bithaman ajil (credit sale) contracts in Islamic finance is a worrying trend. This book tries to explore the place of Islamic financial contracts in modern financial markets, whether Islamic financial instruments actually reflect true label. Implication of trading (al-bay') is expected to invite venture capital application in Islamic banking and rationalizes universal banking model for Islamic banks. This book serves to guide banking customers, practitioners and investors over the range of Shariah products available in Malaysia's financial market and help impress how these products can impact their earnings and business.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 23.09.2020
Zum Angebot