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It’s not only a question of being digital or not; it’s more about the level of
digital transformation that you are willing to take.
Management consulting firm Proventa International will hold the 3rd Digital Transformation Strategy Meeting on April 9 at Grand Hyatt Jakarta with the theme “Reshape, leverage and enhance business models, operational improvements and customer experience using digital strategy”.
Open to director-level executives in Asia Pacific, the strategy meeting guarantees in-depth engagement with primary decision-makers of top and emerging companies. It will benefit business leaders in the fields of I.T., Cybersecurity, Data and Analytics, Cloud and Mobile Technologies, Finance, Marketing, Innovation and Tech, and Operations.
With new trends in science and technology continuously arising, the global business landscape is becoming more and more competitive. Organizations need to keep up with the latest digital discoveries if they hope to dominate the market.
In Southeast Asia, Indonesia has a tremendous potential in digital transformation. It already boasts one of the biggest digital economies in Southeast Asia, worth USD $28 billion, according to a recent Google – Temasek study, and is expected to grow to USD $100 billion over the next seven years.
Given Indonesia’s capacity to transform digitally, Proventa International believes that its business leaders need to collaborate now more than ever.
“Indonesia has this great potential, and aligning it with strategic goals and opportunities will fully maximize their digital transformation,” said Leo Empuerto, Proventa International Co-Founder and Managing Director.
I.T. leaders such as Edwin Sugianto, Chief Operating Officer at AXA General Insurance, Ramadhanny Herlambang, Chief Technology Officer of Technology Business at Sinarmas Land, Kristiono Setyadi, Chief Technology Officer at The Jakarta Post, Fandhy Haristha Siregar, Chief Internal Audit at PT Bank Resona Perdania, Andeka Putra, Chief Information Officer at Blue Bird Group, Steven Djohan, Vice President of Program and Tech- Indonesia at Lazada eLogistics, Dr. Ir Ismail, MT, Director Broadband Management at Ministry of Communication & Information Technology, Dr. Harya Widiputra, S.T., M.Kom, Vice Rector Academic and Information Technology at Perbanas Institute will head the discussions with other leaders from vairous industries.
“The topics that we’ve prepared are curated based on the needs of the Indonesian market and demands,” said Empuerto. “We are certain that the agenda will lead to productive conversations.”
The 3rd Digital Transformation Strategy Meeting is sponsored by Mastercard, Kpisoft, Perkasa Pilar Utama, OutSystems, and N’osairis. It is also supported by iCIO Community, Indonesia Investments, IIB Council, MediaBUZZ, MarTech Series, and AiThority.
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About Proventa International
Proventa International is a management consultancy firm that helps organizations address issues, create value, maximize growth, and improve business performance. It is an expert in delivering change. With its global community of industry specialists, Proventa International customizes straightforward solutions for business all over the world.
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Marie Caitlin Recana