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Reinventing Indonesia’s supply chain through digital collaboration

Have you ever experienced a lost package when you shop online? Or did your package ever take too much time to arrive at your doorstep when you needed it most? Though serving as the backbone of Indonesia’s economy, the logistics industry still has several flaws. Particularly, inefficiencies in the logistics sector in the country with over 17,000 islands are due to unconnected national supply chain information. This creates a dynamic yet challenging distribution flow.

Fresh Factory revolutionizes the cold chain in Indonesia

Larry Ridwan, CEO and founder of Fresh Factory, is a man who had already reached the pinnacle of his career at several major companies but still dared to chart a new course in his life. Born in Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia, Larry took a leap of faith by helping expand the fisheries market in Maluku.

Inside Indonesia’s most financially literate provinces and what to learn from them

Across Indonesia’s vivid archipelago, a financial revolution is taking place. The nation’s financial landscape is transforming remarkably through the rise of the financial technology (fintech) industry. The latest edition of the East Ventures – Digital Competitiveness Index (EV-DCI) 2023 shows that the fintech development, leveraging on the enormous number of the productive-age population that earned an income, has been astounding. A fusion of financial innovation and education is reshaping the economic landscape and empowering communities like never before.

The future of fintech in Indonesia: Empowering financial inclusion and literacy

Financial technology (fintech) has experienced a notable surge in the new normal due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The potential of higher user penetration and a significant rise in digital transactions in the future has set the pace for the advancement of fintech.

Closing the digital divide: Four strategies to tackle digital access inequality

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) adoption in Indonesia has been going rapidly, driven by the COVID-19 pandemic in the past few years. However, despite this accelerated progress, the distribution of technology adoption remains unequal, presenting various challenges for specific regions within the country. As a result, there are still numerous hurdles faced by certain areas in Indonesia due to the uneven distribution of ICT.

Promising prospect in achieving equitable access to Indonesia’s healthcare

Even though the digital sector is experiencing waves of 'up and down' amid global challenges such as rising interest rates and difficulties in finding funding, Indonesia's digitalization is still developing rapidly and has the potential to reach a digital golden era.