16 03, 2022

Towards Indonesia’s digital golden era

2022-03-16T17:18:55+07:00

In 2022, Indonesia is entering its golden digital economy era. For the past two years, the digital industry is experiencing rapid growth as a result of the pandemic acceleration. Not only did the internet penetration increase significantly, but society’s awareness to further utilize the digital sector as an economic propeller also escalated.

Towards Indonesia’s digital golden era2022-03-16T17:18:55+07:00
16 03, 2022

Digitization helps government in creating efficiency

2022-03-16T17:19:31+07:00

We expect an increase in added value, employment, taxes, and of course, technological development. This development will result in higher efficiency. Indonesia will be one of the countries with the most unicorns in Asia or maybe globally since it provides a business-friendly environment. Hence, the strength of our digital economy will further expand its ecosystem.

Digitization helps government in creating efficiency2022-03-16T17:19:31+07:00
16 03, 2022

The Importance of role model and success stories in digital transformation

2022-03-16T17:19:19+07:00

Indonesia’s digital economy value in 2020 was around USD 40 billion and grew to USD 70 billion in 2021. This development is in-line with Industry 4.0 and digitalization in various sectors which are driven by the pandemic. For example, during the pandemic, the pre-work card program (Kartu Prakerja) was accessed by more than 70 million registrants in 512 cities. With the existing digital infrastructure, fully-digitalized Kartu Prakerja services could be accessed by the entire nation.

The Importance of role model and success stories in digital transformation2022-03-16T17:19:19+07:00
16 03, 2022

State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) strategy to support acceleration of digital ecosystem

2022-03-16T17:19:07+07:00

As more than 70% of the total population are internet users, Indonesia is on the list of countries with the most startups. State-owned Enterprises (BUMN) have driven a third of the country’s economy and are responsible for leading and making necessary breakthroughs in the future.

State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) strategy to support acceleration of digital ecosystem2022-03-16T17:19:07+07:00
16 03, 2022

Encouraging digitalization of MSME to support economic growth

2022-03-16T17:17:28+07:00

South Tangerang has high potential in two aspects: population growth and more educated populations. The captive market is already established, the local people are attentive to digital development, especially because the economic players are those performing in tertiary sectors, mainly trade and services.

Encouraging digitalization of MSME to support economic growth2022-03-16T17:17:28+07:00
16 03, 2022

The rise of tourism with digital transformation

2022-03-16T17:17:01+07:00

The development of the digital industry has changed the need for workforces. The World Bank and McKinsey projected that between 2015 and 2030, Indonesia would need approximately nine million talented workforces in the digital sector. Therefore, we need a palpable breakthrough by the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy/Department of Tourism and Creative Economy (Kemenparekraf/Baparekraf) embodied in the Baparekraf Developer Day and Baparekraf Digital Talent.

The rise of tourism with digital transformation2022-03-16T17:17:01+07:00
16 03, 2022

Improving cluster KUR (Microcredit Program Kredit Usaha Rakyat) to accelerate credit absorption

2022-03-16T17:16:52+07:00

According to IDEA, from 30 million MSME targets in 2024, 16.4 million have gone digital. It is a tremendous acceleration as it reflects a 105% increase from the pre-pandemic, where only 8 million MSMEs have onboarded digital platforms. To reach the other 13.6 million, we will encourage micro-scale businesses with small production capacity to onboard local platforms instead of the global-scale unicorn e-commerce, to avoid competition with big brands.

Improving cluster KUR (Microcredit Program Kredit Usaha Rakyat) to accelerate credit absorption2022-03-16T17:16:52+07:00
16 03, 2022

Digitalization as a crucial part of the development of Industry 4.0

2022-03-16T17:16:42+07:00

A study conducted by the Ministry of Finance and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) entitled “Innovate Indonesia: Unlocking Growth Through Technological Transformation”, in which a survey conducted to 502 domestic companies, found that the level of technology adoption of companies in Indonesia is mostly in the basic category (64%), while for the advanced category, it is still relatively small (6%).

Digitalization as a crucial part of the development of Industry 4.02022-03-16T17:16:42+07:00
16 03, 2022

Integrated platform development for big data in the health sector

2022-03-16T17:16:10+07:00

Internet of Things (IoT), digitization, big data, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) will affect not only health services delivery but also diagnostics. The fundamental aspect is the data. Health data needs to be standardized so that it can be easily accessed. In addition, data ownership must be clear. Aside from being owned by health facilities, each individual must also own the data.

Integrated platform development for big data in the health sector2022-03-16T17:16:10+07:00
16 03, 2022

Society 5.0 is the “solution” to Industrial Revolution 4.0

2022-03-16T17:15:05+07:00

KADIN has mapped and determined the roadmap for digital economy development. The top priority is reinforcing the ecosystem of the digital economy at the local and national levels. Program Coordination and Synergy with the government is the key to accomplishing this goal.

Society 5.0 is the “solution” to Industrial Revolution 4.02022-03-16T17:15:05+07:00