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Building Ecosystem for Digital Entrepreneurs

A lecture on IPB Mini Conference, Bogor, June 2015

Building Ecosystem for Digital Entrepreneurs

  1. 1. BUILDING DIGIPRENEUR ECOSYSTEM KUNCORO WASTUWIBOWO TELKOM INDONESIA, DIVISION OF DIGITAL BUSINESS IPB MINICONFERENCE 2015
  2. 2. Innovation: Drivers & Disruptors Telkom’s Digital Portfolio From Creativity to Global Business Coherent Innovation Ecosystem Conclusion & Recommendation
  3. 3. Increases in average life expectancy Increasing ratio of retirees to workers Public concern over control over access/amount of personal information Desire for sustainable energy sources Reduction in availability of grants and philanthropic resources Widening economic inequality worldwide Reduced job security in a global market economy Climate change Global terrorism Use of big data and analytics Reduction in cost of data collection and retention (for use in analytics) Quickening pace of knowledge transfer (e.g., instantaneous global communication) Long-term availability of certain energy sources Alternative distribution chains (such as manufacturers selling directly to consumers) Use of technology for medical procedures Wireless/broadband connectivity
  4. 4. Crowdsourcing in Hardware Development Transformation in Education Design & System Virtual Currencies Smartphone as Payment Device Cloud Computing Robots as Source of Labour Nonvolatile Memory for Big Data Portability Quantum & Nondeterministic Computing 3D Printing & Manufacturing Green Computing New User Interfaces ????
  5. 5. Inputs: 1. Crowdsource (inputs from citizen) 2. Ubiquitous mobile (mobile device, wearable device) 3. IoT (sensor, telemetry) Analitics: 1. Big Data 2. Contextual Data Output: 1. Service activation 2. Control 3. Multi-sector coordination
  6. 6. Application Layer Processing Layer Transmission Layer Sensing Layer Smart Medical Smart Traffic Smart Security Smart Home Smart Community Smart Life Service Support Network Mgmt Business Support Info Security Context Mgmt Mobile Cable Personal Area Network IoT Network Sensors Camera Devices RFID User Agent
  7. 7. Fixed Broadband Mobile Broadband IP & Optical Network Internet Cloud Telkom Cloud id- id- id- Data Centre 100Ha Tera Router 30 Nodes FO 75.000 km Homepass 20M AP Wi-Fi 1M
  8. 8. PERSONAL HOME CONSUMER BUSINESS ENTERPRISE GOVERNMENT WHOLESALE INTERNATIONAL Digital Life Digital Home Digital Advertising Platform Services: • Managed Apps & SI • BPM • Premise Integration • E-Payment • Data centre & Cloud • M2M Big Data Ecosystem Solution: • E-Health • E-Tourism • E-Transportation • E-Government Fixed Services: • Fixed Phone • Fixed Broadband • WiFi Mobile Services: • Full Mobility • Limited Mobility Network & Infrastructures • Interconnection & International Traffic • Network Service • Satellite • Tower PRODUCTPORTFOLIO CUSTOMERPORTFOLIO T I S ME
  9. 9. BUSINESS • Integration as Ecosystem Solution: Smart City, Smart Health, Smart Transportation, Smart Government, etc • Synergised marketing & promotion: IndiHome, Telkomsel, Enterprise, SME • Mentoring, fund rising, training, industry analysis, etc … COHERENT BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT • Big data analytics • User & customer management • Contextual information (location, user behaviour, network information, user relation, etc) • Customer care COHERENT BUSINESS OPERATION • Integration to Telkom’s platforms: Data centre, cloud, IoT, M2M • Integration to Telkom’s payment, billing, charging COHERENT PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT U Meet Me U Point U Ad U Data U SmartHom e U SmartCity
  10. 10. Create Choose Compos e Channel Commerce TALENT ACCELERATORINCUBATOR Value Validatio n Market Validatio n Customer Validation Creativit y Selectio n Nurturing Creativity Product Validatio n Business Model Validatio n COMPANY BUILDER IDEC DDB MDI
  11. 11. ECOSYSTEM DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS ACCELERATION EXIT PROGRAM Business Development Digital Campaign Collaboration Mentoring Strikers Investors Agile Development Incubators
  12. 12. • 409 Grapari TSEL & Mitra TELKOMSEL • 166 AM Jakarta • 130 AM Wilayah ENTERPRISE • 206 – Reg 1 • 32 – Reg 2 • 52 – Reg 3 • 71 – Reg 4 • 38 – Reg 5 • 44 – Reg 6 • 144 – Reg 7 PLASA TELKOM • 240 BAM • 100 TAM • 68 AM Eksternal • 39 Teritory Sale DBS 01 02 03 04
  13. 13. ACADEMY BUSINESS COMMUNITY GOVERNMENT
  14. 14. An Example of Ecosystem-Based Business Development
  15. 15. Support Indonesian academics to carry out better researches, collaboration, and gaining credits and reputation. Providing facilities for global discovery and for global publishing “Q-Journal” as ecosystem, platform, and product for paper management.
  16. 16. Campus Administration Indonesian Students & Researchers Paper Provider (International) International Students & Researchers Paper Index (International) Indonesian Universities & Institutions International Universities & Institutions Aggregator, Repository, and Index Retail Purchasing Paper: • CMS (Upload) • Pre- Indexing Search & Request SearchRequest Harvest PaperDownload PaperDownload PaperDownload MetadataUpload Paper UploadUser Control Data Control Searching Agent
  17. 17. Paper Provider Paper Index National Campus Global Campus Universities Research Collaboration Education ResearchCitation Collaboration
  18. 18. Discovery • Providing updated, cutting-edge, academic discourses, researches, innovation results to Indonesian higher educations with affordable price. Global Publishing • Improving the number and the quality of Indonesian papers, journals, with peering assistance and rating system. • Facilitating access to international paper publishing by approaching international paper index management. • Providing a national paper gateway for paper distribution, paper publishing, and paper indexing to prominent paper database. Collaboration • Encouraging collaboration in research, by organizing research group, workshop, and conferences. • Organizing standardized, quality-assured, international professional conferences. Short-Time Benefits Journal Publishers Citation rate Impact factor Universities Academic reputation Rating improvement Accreditation Researchers / Paper Authors Academic points & reputation Collaboration opportunities Patent Lecturers Novel academic & teaching materials
  19. 19. Scopus Index Journal Enhancement Journal Publication Research Researchers 1. Research 2. Paper authoring Publishers 1. Assess papers: reviewing, editing, etc 2. Publish journals QJ Academic Board 1. Assess journals 2. Recommend improvement to Publishers 3. Recommend indexing to Scopus Scopus 1. Accept request for indexing 2. Assess journals for inclusion in index NEW
  20. 20. Segment Entity Sample Participation Status Universities Tier 1 Webometrix Top 10 univs (UGM, ITS, ITB, Unibraw, UI, etc) Quality assurance of papers & journals; including journal assessment & enhancement in academic contexts. Approved by PICs. Implementation in national scale needs more discussions. Universities Tier 2 1000 other universities Development & improvement of new journals, mainly in niche academic topics Approach Research Institutes LIPI, BPPT Advices & supports in research, paper authoring, international publications, & patent. Approach to LIPI Professional Associations IEEE, ICPI, IDI, APTIKOM Academic & professional training; and professional supports to academic activities (research, conference, work group) Approved by ICPI Approved by IEEE Regulation & Government Ministry of Research & Higher Education Support, guidance, policy, & standardization for national paper management Business & Industry Telkom Group Technical & business supports: architectural platform & design, partnership supports, promotions, etc. Run
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