Three Tier Architecture and Web Service to Simplify Zakat Payments Case Study in Bengkulu Lazismu

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Title

Three Tier Architecture and Web Service to Simplify Zakat Payments Case Study in Bengkulu Lazismu

Subject

zakat, three tier, web service, host to host, banking service, online banking services, zakat payments

Description

Zakat is one of the important worship services for Muslims. The payment of zakat is made by the zakat recipients to the recipient of the zakat through an institution of zakat collection. Lazismu (Zakat Institute of Infaq and Sadaqah Muhammadiyah) is one of the institutions that collect zakah from zakat providers and distribute it to zakat recipients.
Payment of zakat in the form of money can be made by the zakat provider to the zakat collecting organization. For this reason, payments can now be made through online payments through Islamic banking services. The Lazismu Bengkulu Region does not yet have an online application to service these services.
By using the three tier architecture and web service connected with a host to host pattern between the Lazismu zakat application server and the sharia banking server, online zakat payment services can be easily and automatically carried out without having to meet directly with the zakat recipient officer.

Creator

Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu

Publisher

Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu

Date

2019/02/14

Contributor

Harry Witriyono,, Cahyo Prihantoro, Erwin Dwika Putra

Rights

Harry Witriyonoa,, Cahyo Prihantorob, Erwin Dwika Putra
Departemen of Information Technic, Fakulty of Technic, Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu, Indonesia

Language

English, Indonesian

Citation

Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu, “Three Tier Architecture and Web Service to Simplify Zakat Payments Case Study in Bengkulu Lazismu,” Repository Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu, accessed June 13, 2024, http://repo.umb.ac.id/items/show/2.