The government wants to catalyse the digital transformation of SMEs – the cornerstone of the country’s push toward being a digital economy powerhouse.
Leveraging big data, artificial intelligence, natural language processing and agent based modelling, the system helps local authorities understand and plan targeted action.
A key data point might be the size of Southeast Asia’s pool of “competitive” parents willing to splurge to give their children any advantage.
The Indonesian government is planning a big push to digitalize its state-owned enterprises, hoping to make them more efficient and to use them to give a lift to startups.
Facebook Shops integrates business accounts across all platforms of the social media giant while offering data analytics for online shop owners.
The global adjustment to the coronavirus pandemic has seen a faster shift to a digital economy as technology has been harnessed to deal with abrupt changes in every aspect of life.
Small neighborhood stores are integral part of the economy of both developing nations, and tech firms are stepping in to provide additional services.
AIC Industry Fellow Caroline Chan speaks about a new program helping build the tech skills and business knowledge of Indonesia’s small and micro-entrepreneurs.
A new program will allow Indonesian companies ready to integrate into regional and global trade markets to test their cybersecurity readiness.
MSMEs do not have the digital marketing ability or e-commerce platform for exports and consequently have to bear high costs, says the Tourism and Creative Economy Minister.
Australia’s post-harvest technologies and Indonesia’s multi-modal transport flexibility were identified as key areas for collaboration at the AIC’s recent supply chains discussion.
A challenge turned into fashion – how the coronavirus pandemic provided textile designers with an opportunity to make millions of masks every day. [Video]
“The lesson learned… is the importance of data and digital IDs” said managing director of development policy and partnerships at the World Bank [and AIC board member] Mari Elka Pangestu.
Knowledge exchanges are crucial to ensuring continued growth, along with an emphasis on creating Indonesian scientists.