Live Webinar

Facing Off Against COVID-19: Battling the Impact of the Pandemic for Indonesia’s Future Socioeconomic Survivability

Thursday, 5 November 2020 | 10:00 AM – 11:10 AM WIB GMT +7

IDC’s survey found that 55.8% of Asia Pacific public sector organizations expect a slow and difficult recovery rate, post-COVID-19.

Indonesia has doubled its originally plan stimulus funding to Rp 677.2 trillion (US$47.6 billion), announced in June 2020. Much of the spending will be focused on strengthening the domestic healthcare system, more direct spending on social protection to boost domestic consumption, and incentives to rescue local businesses from bankruptcy and workforce layoffs.  

COVID-19 has dramatically altered and accelerated the digital landscape for many ASEAN governments. Heightened IT strategies and deployment best practices are at the forefront of government leaders' attention, with increased importance on LOB IT outcomes, multiple digital initiatives that span various stakeholders across and outside the agency, and programs and services that need to engage and effectively meeting more personalized constituent needs.

In this webinar, our speakers will discuss what the main transformational trends organizations should focus and address in Indonesia.

3 main transformational trends are noted:

  • The Future Digital Economy- enabling a sustainable digital economy with sufficient digital skills development, accessibility, and equity
  • An Outcomes-Based Approach- bridging silos, engaging lines of business, and constituents needs
  • Address 'Going Digital' Government Challenges- increased regulatory enforcement agility needed to tackle rapidly a rapid rise in public misinformation, digital trust issues, as well as procurement risks

Seats are limited so be sure to reserve your space.

We will be giving out a complimentary IDC info brief to help your business navigate the disruptions through this COVID-19 pandemic.

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Speakers


Yudhistira Nugraha

Director of Jakarta Smart City

Yudhistira Nugraha is a senior member of the Indonesian Government, currently assigned to Director of Jakarta Smart City - the Provincial Government of Jakarta. He had been working for more than 13 years at the Ministry of Communications and Informatics. His last assignment at the Ministry was the Deputy Director for E-Government Services in Economic Affairs.

Yudhistira holds a D.Phil. in Cyber Security from the University of Oxford. He is also a Data Protection Officer (ECPC-B DPO) certified by the European Centre of Privacy and Cybersecurity (ECPC) of Maastricht University, The Netherlands. Also, Yudhistira is a lecturer in computer science at Telkom University, teaching in the areas of introductory computer science, digital forensics, cybersecurity and privacy.


Febrianto Siboro

Managing Director, SAS Indonesia

Febri is Indonesia’s Country Managing Director for SAS Institute responsible to drive the growth of SAS businesses, execute company operation, and serve customers from both private and public sector in Indonesia.  He advices business executives from major corporations, state-owned enterprises, and engage with officials from government agencies & institutions to explore how SAS can generate more revenue or reduce cost/risk as well as collaborate with these organizations to deliver these potential values for their stakeholders. As strategic partner, SAS provides solutions, products, and services to help customers in their transformation to become more intelligent and data driven organization, and successfully navigating the disruptions in the digital era and Industry 4.0 and beyond.  Some topics area that SAS currently focus on for Indonesia are Risk Analytics (Credit risk, Regulatory, & Compliance), Fraud & Security Intelligence, Anti Money Laundering (AML) and Combating the Financing of Terrorism (CFT). SAS leverage artificial intelligence (AI), and state of the art data & analytics technology to solve most business problem and use cases relevant to the industry.

Formerly, Febri was Associate Partner for IBM Global Business Services, covering amongst others Public Sector, Oil & Gas, and Banking. He has experienced managing country operations before and has been leading a practice at the world’s largest professional service company. With 20 years of experience in the IT industry, ranging from SI and software reseller to banking solutions and software consulting, Febri spent the first half of his career at leading local Indonesian companies and the second half at top multinational corporations. Febri is very excited about the opportunity for SAS in Indonesia and be part of transforming Indonesian organizations and government through analytics.


Jason Tan

Director Pre-Sales, ASEAN, SAS

Jason Tan is currently the ASEAN Director for Presales for SAS. He is responsible to manage the presales activities across ASEAN and managing a team of regional subject matter experts. Besides, driving the presales activities for SAS in ASEAN, he is responsible to drive long term initiative in the area of growth which includes cloud, innovation and public sector.  Over the past years in SAS, Jason had built up the 1st SAS APAC Innovation Center to support the innovation agenda across APAC. The innovation center focuses in innovation with smart government initiative and smart manufacturing initiative. Jason had been involved in regular strategic discussion with public sector in their digital transformation journey and data driven initiatives.

Prior to his current role, Jason is Managing Director for HPE Innovation Center Asia Pacific and General Manager, Public Sector, Asia Pacific. He was responsible for the running of the Innovation Center for Asia Pacific, consisting of 40 senior technologies, which focuses on driving startup acceleration and customer co-innovation project. For that role, he had focuses in developing commercial engagement in several key areas – big data, IOT, High Performance Computing and artificial intelligence. Some of the notable success include commercial engagement in Singapore G-Cloud, Taoyuan Smart City, India Railway solution. For his role as Director for Public Sector, Asia Pacific, he had been tasked to drive the public sector business across HPE full portfolio.

Over the 20+ years in IT industry, Jason had worked in various executive functions inclusive of product management role, account management role and business development role in country and across region. He is recognized as thought leaders in new initiative from cloud, high performance computing to artificial intelligence. He had been working with country MD across Asia Pacific for developing cloud, high performance computing and AI strategies.


Christopher Tan

Regional Alliance Director, APJ, Global Markets & Partners, Intel Corp.

Christopher Tan has over 23 years of experience in the ICT industry. As the Regional Alliance Director, Chris is responsible for the business relationship and go-to-market programs with global ISV partners across APJ. Before this role, he was the APJ Datacenter Platform Marketing Manager, owning the product marketing for Xeon and Atom server product lines. Other roles in his 14 years Intel career included the Business Development Manager for Singapore and the Enterprise Sales Manager for South East Asia, where he managed the account relationships with large enterprise end-customers, OEM partners and service providers.


Sudev Bangah

Managing Director, IDC ASEAN

As the Managing Director for IDC ASEAN, Sudev directs the overall operations of the ASEAN country offices' development, sales, consulting, as well as marketing, and works alongside local and global organizations' C-level executives in their aspirations in developing robust plans and strategies for both emerging countries.

Having previously led IDC’s Southeast Asia Consulting group, Sudev has brought that rich experience in the country level by providing advice and thought leadership to CEOs, country heads, and chief strategy officers (CSOs). Based in Jakarta, Sudev continues to be hands-on in providing tailored insights, analysis, and strategies to top-tier technology vendors and telecommunications providers in expanding market share, market penetration strategies, and providing tactical approaches in winning the market.

Sudev is also a frequent speaker at industry events across Southeast Asia on a wide range of topics, and is regularly quoted in both local and international media such as Bloomberg, Asian Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and BBC.

Prior to joining IDC, Sudev was a Senior Executive at Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC), the organization entrusted to spearhead the development of the ICT industry in Malaysia. During this period, Sudev was immersed in projects related to the creation of the country’s ICT road map and master plan, and was part of a team that helps raise the performance capabilities of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the country.

Sudev holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Curtin University of Technology, Australia. He is also a certified ISO 9001 Lead Auditor, and holds an ITIL certification.

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