AN ANALYSIS OF THE BANKRUPTCY POTENCY OF THE COMPANY WITH ALTMAN Z-SCORE, SPRINGATE, ZMIJEWSKI, AND GROVER MODEL (CASE STUDY ON PT. SMARTFRENTELECOM, Tbk.)

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AN ANALYSIS OF THE BANKRUPTCY POTENCY OF THE COMPANY WITH ALTMAN Z-SCORE, SPRINGATE, ZMIJEWSKI, AND GROVER MODEL (CASE STUDY ON PT. SMARTFRENTELECOM, Tbk.)

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Title: AN ANALYSIS OF THE BANKRUPTCY POTENCY OF THE COMPANY WITH ALTMAN Z-SCORE, SPRINGATE, ZMIJEWSKI, AND GROVER MODEL (CASE STUDY ON PT. SMARTFRENTELECOM, Tbk.)
Author: Rahmadini, Anissa Agustina
Abstract: Rapid technological development requires every business in telecommunications services must be able to develop its products. In 2014 was a difficult year for telecommunications companies that provide services CDMA network, it is because the network is started is not used again even some companies have turned off the product PT. Smartfren Telecom, Tbk. is a telecommunications company that delivers services CDMA network, but is the only company that does not turn the product off its CDMA network services. If we look at the financial situation of the company has always suffered losses of 2010 to 2014. The purpose of this study was to determine the financial condition of PT. Smartfren Telecom, Tbk. from the 2010 to 2014 and compared by using the model Altman Z-Score, Springate, Zmijewski, and Grover thus unknown whether the company has the potential to bankrupt or not. The results showed that the financial condition.PT. Smartfren Telecom, Tbk. Telecom, Tbk. from the years 2010-2014 experienced a serious problem because it could potentially bankrupt company. In 2012 the company declared Zmijewski models potentially bankrupt, but overall when compared to results using the Z-Score Altman, Springate, Smijewski and Grover can be stated that all models predicting the bankruptcy of PT. Smartfren Telecom, Tbk.
URI: http://repository.widyatama.ac.id/xmlui/handle/123456789/6629
Date: 2015-08-19


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