Randall Barton has recently been chosen to serve as Chief Executive Officer for Significant
Systems (SS). Mr. Barton brings to SS 35 years of experience as a senior executive, non-profit
entrepreneur and tax attorney. For the past 7 years he has provided strategic leadership
nationally and internationally for successful non-profits, universities, and businesses. As CEO
(1992-2005), Mr. Barton led AG Financial during a period in which its assets grew from $25
million to a diversified affinity financial firm with $2.2 billion in assets. Mr. Barton has over 20
years of experience providing executive oversight of non-profit lending entities and created a
pool of over $1 billion in financing solutions for universities, churches and non-profits. Randall
has substantial experience in administration, advancement, marketing and funding for colleges
and universities and chairing and consulting with boards of local, national, and international
organizations. Previously, Mr. Barton served as Mayor of Kirkland, Washington, as Foundation
Executive and Vice-President for Northwest University (1984-1992), and Attorney/Partner of
Holden, Kidwell, Hahn & Crapo, a law firm located in Idaho Falls, Idaho (1977-1984). Mr. Barton
received his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics-Engineering from Northwest Nazarene
University (1975), his Doctorate of Jurisprudence-Law from the University of Idaho (1977), and
has received executive training from Harvard Business School and Tuck School of Business at
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lims (87.2%), protestant (16.5%), catholic (6.9%), Hindu (4%), Buddhist (1.7%) and Confucian (0.7%). This data is collected from population census 2010.Every citizen is required by the law to adopt one of the religion because it becomes a mark of identification in passports and identification cards. About 207.2 million Muslims and 23 million Christians live in the Indonesia. So Islam is the first largest religion of the Indonesia and Christianity comes on the number second. Indonesian Christianity further classified into protestant and catholic and found in the Easter parts of it. Hinduism, Buddhist and Confucian also comes in the history of the Indonesia. • Social Institutions: Sharia (Islamic law) prevails in the Indonesia and it governs the family relations. Every country establishes a limit for marriage age and in Indonesia archaeology it is 16 years for women and 19 years for boy. Forced marriages are forbidden by Islamic law but in certain parts of Indonesia, parents force their children to get married. Registration of marriage is compulsory. If the marriage is not registered then it is crime under law. If a person’s wife is unable to give birth to child, physically disabled he is entitled to have multiple wives. Islamic law gives the privilege to women to initiate divorce and after divorce man can immediately remarried but to women they have to wait for 40 days, law also impose some restrictions on the movement of women and have reserved some quotas for enhancing women participation in politics (OECD Development centre). • Level of Industralisation: Indonesia which is ranked fourth in the world for higher population has got independence in the post 1945. Through to the 1960 Modern Industrialisation process had started. Indonesia has left behind other Asian neighbours. In this period industry has earned about third quarter of half as per capita income. In 1960-67 import was the main reason for rapid industrialisation. Since 1970 diversified industrial structure came into existence by shifting dominance of simple consumer goods and resource processing. From the mid 1980 industries started exports to enhance its growth. Major exports driver in that period were textiles, garments and footwear. Due to the major state investments a substantial growth was recorded in the heavy industries. But in early 1990, due to the higher competition in the markets, slower growth rate was recorded in the industries. In 1997 Indonesia faced crisis and betw>GET ANSWER