Microsoft Mission For Indonesia Local Software Economy(2)

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Microsoft Mission For Indonesia Local Software Economy(2)

  1. 1. Growing Indonesia’s Local Software Economy Tony Chen President Director 26-May-2009 Disclaimer: Some data points in the presentation might be slightly dated, they are only for discussion purpose. Microsoft holds no responsibility for the accuracy of the data.
  2. 2. GOI Vision “Transformation towards a Knowledge Economy Society” GOI Mission  Growing the economy  Job Creation  Reducing Poverty
  3. 3. Indonesia @ Stage-1 of IT Countries Development Stages Key Indicators # Local SW Companies: 250 # Prof Developers : 60,000 PC Penetration: 4.0% Piracy Rate: 85% IT spend / GDP: 0.7%. Broadband penetration: 0.6%
  4. 4. Software Opportunity in Indonesia • IDC report: – ICT sector can create 81,000 jobs in 2009 – Contribute USD 12billion to GDP • 110,000 science and technology graduates every year • 60,000 developers (IDC)
  5. 5. Growth Levers for Indonesia Software Economy PC Penetration Policy Govt. Creative Economy Developers Vertical Solutions Indonesia Students Public Sector Supply Software Demand Economy Software Services Universities Startups Funds Incubate Free tools
  6. 6. Government • Clean Government and Good Governance Policy • IPR laws and framework • Technology neutrality • Tax Structure for IT Creative • Industry-aligned curriculum • Creative IT startups Economy • Incubation of business Bridging • PC:Student Ratio is at 1:1900 • Microsoft trained 170,000 teachers touching 8,200,000 students Digital Divide • Accessibility and Affordability
  7. 7. Supply: Human Resources • Technical trainings in Jakarta and smaller towns Empowering • GEEKS: Largest online developer community in Indonesia • Localized content in Bahasa Indonesia Developers • 25 Most Valuable Professionals (MVP) in Indonesia Enabling • Imagine Cup: 8500+ students registered in Imagine Cup’09 • DreamSpark: Free tools to spark students’ creativity Students • Students 2 Business: Get students ready for jobs • Microsoft Innovation Centers: at UI, ITB, UGM & ITSN Investing in • MSDN Academic: Subsidized licenses for universities • Microsoft Student Partners: 20 MSPs across as many universities Universities • Open System Interoperability Lab at UI
  8. 8. Incubate • Microsoft BizSpark • 67 startups initiated in 6 months! • USD 4million worth software offered • iMulai • Contest for national competitiveness in IT • DyCode: Project Batam Port • Empowerment of ISVs • Portal to empower local ISVs • Localized training programs & content
  9. 9. Demand for IT • Procurement of ISV solutions Govt IT Spend • eGovernment and eGovernance Vertical Solutions • Build on Strengths • Creative Industry, Oil&Gas, Agriculture, Manufacturing for Industry • SMB Solutions Microsoft • MSPP • Partner Sales Management Partner Program • $1 of Microsoft earning => $19 to local business partners
  10. 10. The journey so far… Dec 2007 Mar Jul Aug Dec Sep May 2008 May 2008 2008 Nov 2008 Feb 2008 Nat’l 2008 2008 2008 2008 Nat’l iMulai Innov iMULAI IC Movie Dream MDC, IC GLF iMULAI Innov Winner Day Winner Finals Land Spark winner Day ImagineCup: World’s Premiere IT Competition for Students – 200,000 students registered globally 4 Microsoft Innovation Center in ITB, ITS, UGM, UI and the 5th setting up in UPH Partners in Learning – Trained 170,000 Teachers and reaching 8,200,000 Students iMULAI –The Creative & Innovative competition – First in Industry
  11. 11. Aspiration: Development Stages 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Philippines, Thailand, South Africa, Czech Republic, Korea, Belgium, Netherlands, Australia, United States, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Greece, Poland, New Zealand, Austria, Ireland, Denmark, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Indonesia, Romania, Russia, Mexico, Spain, Taiwan, Brazil, Hong Kong, Norway, Israel, Sweden, Japan, Vietnam Bulgaria, Egypt Malaysia, Portugal Singapore, China, Italy Finland Germany, Canada, Hungary, India France Key Indicator Typical Values # ISVs 0 – 400 300 – 600 400 – 700 400 – 800 400 – 900 600 – 2,000 2,000+ # Prof Dev’s per 0.1 - 0.4 0.3 - 0.6 0.5 - 1.5 1.0 - 2.5 1.5 - 4.0 4.0 – 7.0 4.0 – 7.0 1,000 pop PC Penetration Piracy Rate 0% – 10% 60% - 80% 10% - 20% 60% - 70% 10% - 30% 40% - 60% 10% - 40% 30% - 40% CALL TO ACTION 30% - 60% 20% - 40% 40% - 70% 20% - 30% 40% -70% 20% -30% 0% – 1% 0.5% - 2% 1% - 3% 1.5% - 4% IT spend / GDP 1. Grow ISVs 3% - 4% 2% - 4% 3.5% - 5% Education Few, if any, Limited use of Some technology in Technology usage in Heavy tech use in Widespread IT use in Widespread universities offering technology in schools schools, limited to schools growing. Grow Developer 2. secondary schools; secondary schools and in technology usage in CS or EE degrees large cities and elementary schools majority of elementary all schools Few higher education IT use in most city secondary schools Community vocational schools. only in the city schools. institutions offer IT- related degrees Some CS or EE Major universities Most universities offer Some CS or EE Strong supply of graduates. Few of Increase PC penetration graduates. 3. graduates. Few offer EE/CS degrees. both CS/EE degrees. CS/EE universities offering A few offer post- Post-graduate degrees universities offering both areas of study graduate degrees available at multiple 4. Reduce Piracy both areas of study universities. Technology Technology in Technology in business Tech usage Technology usage Increase IT Widespread IT in M-L 5. Common IT use in M- Spend Widespread IT in M-L business limited to limited to multinationals. penetrating into M-L penetrating more L domestic firms. sized domestic firms. domestic firms. Small Usage multinationals domestic firms. deeply into M-L Small bus. usage Small business usage business usage domestic firms. beginning common common Government Limited eGov Limited eGov adoption, eGov services for eGov services for Key eGov services, eGov services available; Robust eGov services adoption, no online few online transactions internal use. Citizen- internal use. Citizen- but not broadly Some integrations across integrated across Adoption transactions facing transactions facing usage growing integrated across jurisdictions jurisdictions limited jurisdictions Investments Investment funds Majority of gov't Donor community Donor community Government, VC, & Robust investment Robust investment from regional investment funds from fund investment fund investment very private investment infrastructure: Gov, infrastructure: Gov, /multinational banks. donor community. No limited limited funds available foreign private foreign private No private VC private VC investment, VC funding investment, VC Gov investment exists Private VC available Foreign private funding and some private VC Foreign private investment investments 11

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