Within the next decade, Indonesia is positioned to be among the top 5 contributors to global economy and its pursuit of digital transformation is the key to this growth. Currently, SMBs contribute 63% to GDP and by 2021, 40% of Indonesia’s GPD will be derived from digital products and services; the potential for digital economic growth is strong. The government is supporting this growth through policies and programs that aim to empower businesses to digitally transform and modernizing data strategy, accelerating cloud adoption and forming collaborations are among top choices for companies to undergo full digital transformation.
Executive Vice President & President, Microsoft Global Sales, Marketing and Operations Jean-Phillipe Courtouis together with President Director Microsoft Indonesia, Haris Izmee and Chief Partner Office & Director for Small Medium and Corporate, Mulia Dewi Karnadi discussed Indonesia’s growth and how Microsoft Indonesia is helping to shape cloud architecture with a strong partner ecosystem over the past 25 years. They also discuss the opportunities for Indonesia to unlock potential vibrant economic growth through digital transformation.
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