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Jakarta Post

Betting on B2B integration in the cloud to build resilience, competitive edge

  • Rendy Adhisurya


Jakarta   /   Thu, August 13, 2020   /  10:34 am
Betting on B2B integration in the cloud to build resilience, competitive edge In fact, Indonesia’s market for cloud services is estimated to reach US$1.2 billion in 2022, according to a report by market research firm Frost and Sullivan. (Shutterstock/Blackboard)

The COVID-19 pandemic has clearly disrupted businesses in Indonesia. Several businesses will need continued government support to successfully navigate this period. Currently, capital expenditure and information technology (IT) spending are being reevaluated. While the road to full recovery is going to be long and arduous, various financial stimulus initiatives announced by the government can help the economy and businesses outlive this pandemic. In spite of the current macroeconomic challenges, Making Indonesia 4.0, the much-lauded industry road map, still presents the greatest opportunity for Indonesia to land within the top 10 of the biggest global economies by 2030. To reach this, one needs to ensure that business processes are well-integrated to accelerate economic recovery, capability building and scalability across Indonesia’s key sectors. As businesses across Indon...

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