Author: Masyitha Baziad
A group of senior journalists from Indonesian news site Detik.com have come together to form a new online media platform called Kumparan.
IDC Indonesia reports that the ICT spending will increase 16% to US$29.5 billion in 2020, from the 2017’s prediction of US$25.4 billion.
OnlinePajak provides an integrated platform that will help companies to prepare, pay, and file their tax online.
Masyitha Baziad goes through all the stories she wrote about the digital economy and technology startups in Indonesia and tells us about her five personal favourites.
Indonesian marketplace Bukalapak had its best year in its 7-year history, expects strong performances in 2017 & 2018.
Jakarta-based Bridestory enables couples to plan their wedding from their smartphone.
With a firm conviction that jewellery is for everyone and not just a particular class of people, Indonesia’s Orori plunges into the realm of e-commerce.
Taking heed of the urgings of its regulator, Indonesian lending platform UangTeman is expanding its service to four new cities.
Alfacart’s biggest market is in East Java, seeing rise in Sumatera Strengthening O2O strategy to bridge people to online shopping
Indonesia’s Express Taxi announces its partnership with Uber Technologies for a ridesharing integration and vehicle-financing pilot project.