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The merger of Gojek and Tokopedia will begin a major disruption to the Indonesian economy.
The National Police (Polri) under the command of Police Chief General Listyo Sigit Prabowo launch a mobile app touted as 'Propam Presisi.'
Vice President Ma'ruf Amin said digital technology has helped Indonesia pass through the difficult time due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Besides delivering speed, security and convenience, technology has opened up new earning opportunities through the digital economy.
Former minister Wishnutama Kusubandio aims to elevate Telkomsel into a data driven business.
Wishnutama Kusubandio has been named the new president commissioner of Cellular Telecommunications or Telkomsel.
Interest rates for banks in Indonesia are the highest in Southeast Asia. Digital banks could lower the cost of borrowing.
A new method of stealing money from bank accounts by hijacking customers' telephone numbers is on the rise. Banks cannot avoid responsibility.
Video-on-demand services are growing rapidly in Indonesia. This digital disruption provides new opportunities for local companies.
Minister Luhut is targeting to have 18.6 million MSMEs connected to digital ecosystems by 2022.
Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs and Investment is aiming for 30 million Indonesian MSMEs to enter the digital platform in future.
Bio Farma has partnered with Telkom to develop Indonesia's digital infrastructure for the COVID-19 vaccination program.
Shell Retail Indonesia partners with Gojek in providing digital services in its Indonesian branches.
Bank Indonesia announced an increase in the national e-commerce transaction volume and value.
ADB highlights five key policy areas that can support developing economies in Southeast Asia as they return to a path of sustainable growth.
BPPT partnered with Huawei in collaboration technological and scientific development and transfer of knowledge towards Indonesia's digital ecosystem.
OVO's president Karaniya said this strategy has proven to be potent as transactions increased by 20-30 percent and jacked up sales trends.
Coordinating Minister Airlangga Hartarto stated that Indonesia's economic potential of the digital sector reached US$133 billion or Rp1,973 trillion.
Finance Ministry believes digital technology can boost the people's productivity amid restrictions on their activities owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Education and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim said they are allocating Rp1.49 trillion for the school digitization program in 2021.