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A Country Report E-Business and M-Commerce; MASTEL

A Country Report E-Business and M-Commerce; MASTEL

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  • 1. Indonesia Country Report Department of Communication and Informatics www.depkominfo.go.id ASEAN-ITU M-Commerce Jakarta, 24 July 2009
  • 2. Indonesia’s Great Challenge
    • Total Population (2008) : ± 229 million people
    • W orld's fourth most populous  country with uneven distribution
    • Total Island : ± 17.000 islands
    • The culture is very diversified with more than 520 ethnic groups and 742 languages
    Source : Menko Perekonomian
  • 3. Indonesia’s Great Challenge
    • The country has more rural than urban areas with urban teledensity of 1-25%, rural density 0.2%, around 38.471 villages out of 69.065 villages without phones.
    • Internet users is about 13% or about 30 million users and internet kiosk reach 7.062. However, 70% all internet users in Indonesia dominated Jakarta and other large cities
  • 4. WSIS Plan of Action
    • Plan of Action to be achieved by 2015:
    • to connect the village with ICT and establish community access points;
    • To connect universalities, colleges, secondary schools wit ICTs;
    • To connect scientific and research centers with ICTs;
    • To connect public libraries, cultural centers, museums, post offices and archives with ICTs;
    • To connect health centers and hospitals with ICTs;
    • To connect local and central government department and establish websites and email addresses;
  • 5. WSIS Plan of Action (cont’d)
    • To adapt primary and secondary schools curricula to meet the challenges of the Information Society taking into account national circumstances;
    • To ensure that all world’s population have access to television and radio services;
    • To encourage the development of content and to put in place technical conditions in order to facilitate the presence and use of all word languages on the internet;
    • To ensure that more than half world’s inhabitants have access to ICTs within their reach.
  • 6. National ICT Task Force
    • to develop and deliver national policy directive in ICT development to be followed by government institution;
    • to supervise and review closely ICT development progress in order to make sure that it is always within the right track of the ICT roadmap;
    • to approve multi institution /across-department large ICT projects including planning, budgeting, standardization, and evaluation aspects;
    • to review basic pre-requisites of ICT development such as infrastructure, human resources to ensure their availability and sufficiency;
    • to facilitate and develop incentive scheme to induce rapid ICT development
  • 7. Growth of PSTN, FWA, Cellular Number of subscribers Year
  • 8. Public Access Network 2008 Access Network Subscriber PSTN 8,674,228 Fixed Wireless Access 21,703,843 Mobile Cellular 140,578,243 Total Subscribers 170,956,314
  • 9. 2009 – 2010 2010 – 2012 2012 – 2014 INDONESIA E-BUSINESS ROADMAP E-Business Regulation Establishment Harmonization and Synchronization System and Data Common Platform E- Business
    • Blue Print E-Business :
    • Roadmap
    • Material Description :
      • Basic Instrument and implementation,
      • Data Exchange,
      • E- Payment,
      • E-Commerce
      • M-Commerce
    • Strategy of Achievement
    • Basic Instrument of E-Business Establishment :
    • Electronic Signature
    • Certification Authority
    • Supervisory Body for CA (BPCA)
    • Data Exchange
    • Interchange Card Payment (APMK)
    • E-Money :
      • Neutral Technology for communication media
      • Standard Media and payment device
      • Interchange (Hub and switch)
    • Indonesia Electronic Payment Gateway:
    • Consortium of e-Payment Hub/Switch
    • Interchange and Interconnection of e-Payment and M-Commerce
    • Convergence of Payment Media for E-Money
    • Create settlement system, dispute resolution and Clearing Institution.
    • Interchange Cross-Border :
    • Harmonization and Interchange Cross-Border Trading Data
    • Privacy Data
    • Paperless Trading for Cross-Border Trading
    • Interchange and Interconnection transaction and Cross-Border Trading Data
    • Coordination to synchronize the e-Trading and e-Payment :
    • Coordination regulation for implementation of E-Commerce : electronic regulation, e-Commerce, M-Commerce, consumer protection and payment system
    • Holistic Regulation Structuring for E-Commerce implementation
    • Preparation and Development of Indonesia E-commerce Common Platform for domestic and cross-border trading.
    • Synchronize e-Payment and e-Trading Implementation :
    • Unification of e-Commerce and e-Payment for domestic and Cross-border.
    • Availability of Regulation and guaranteed e-Commerce Implementation.
    • Increased trade through E-Commerce
    • trading house for Trading sector, Industry and SME
    • Convergence in E-Business Implementation :
    • National Single Window for e-Trading and e-Commerce
    • Harmonization of domestic and cross-border e-Commerce
    • Follow the evolution of mobile technology with M-Commerce
  • 10. E-Business Regulation Establishment (2009-2010)
    • Blue Print E-Business :
    • Roadmap
    • Material Description :
      • Basic Instrument and implementation,
      • Data Exchange,
      • E- Payment,
      • E-Commerce
      • M-Commerce
    • Strategy of Achievement
    • Basic Instrument of E-Business Establishment :
    • Electronic Signature
    • Certification Authority
    • Supervisory Body for CA (BPCA)
    • Data Exchange
    • Interchange Card Payment (APMK)
    • E-Money :
      • Neutral Technology for communication media
      • Standard Media and payment device
      • Interchange (Hub and switch)
  • 11. Harmonization and Synchronization System and Data (2010-2012)
    • Indonesia Electronic Payment Gateway:
    • Consortium of e-Payment Hub/Switch
    • Interchange and Interconnection of e-Payment and M-Commerce
    • Convergence of Payment Media for E-Money
    • Create settlement system, dispute resolution and Clearing Institution.
    • Interchange Cross-Border :
    • Harmonization and Interchange Cross-Border Trading Data
    • Privacy Data
    • Paperless Trading for Cross-Border Trading
    • Interchange and Interconnection transaction and Cross-Border Trading Data
    • Coordination to synchronize the e-Trading and e-Payment :
    • Coordination regulation for implementation of E-Commerce : electronic regulation, e-Commerce, M-Commerce, consumer protection and payment system
    • Holistic Regulation Structuring for E-Commerce implementation
    • Preparation and Development of Indonesia E-commerce Common Platform for domestic and cross-border trading.
  • 12. Common Platform e-Business (2012-2014)
    • Synchronize e-Payment and e-Trading Implementation :
    • Unification of e-Commerce and e-Payment for domestic and Cross-border.
    • Availability of Regulation and guaranteed e-Commerce Implementation.
    • Increased trade through E-Commerce
    • trading house for Trading sector, Industry and SME
    • Convergence in E-Business Implementation :
    • National Single Window for e-Trading and e-Commerce
    • Harmonization of domestic and cross-border e-Commerce
    • Follow the evolution of mobile technology with M-Commerce
  • 13. NATIONAL BACKBONE NETWORK PLAN (PALAPA RING PROJECT)
  • 14. Media and Payment Model in e-Commerce
    • Most still like e-Catalog (virtual online catalog version)
    • Not yet e-store which has been integrated with e-payment
    E-commerce Website Source: Ditjen Aptel, Depkominfo 2008
    • Most use e-mail  offering by e-mail.
    • The second most by website
    Internet Media which is used in E-Commerce Present Website Interactive Website Transaction Website Integrated Website
  • 15. Payment Model and experience in e-commerce
    • Payment still not integrated via the website
    • Payment via trasfer before the goods delivered
    • Cash or credit card on delivery
    Payment Model
    • Most just feel usual with existing e-commerce
    • Another feel satisfied
    Experience Source: Ditjen Aptel, Depkominfo 2008 There are still no synchronization between e-Commerce with the Payment system Credit Card Bank Transfer Cash On Delivery Other method Usual Satisfied Not Satisfied
  • 16. Thank You