The Indonesia Government has made huge progress in digital transformation, but the full potential of technology remains mostly untapped. They need to go beyond digitising processes and services. With increasing demands and higher expectations from citizens, it is time for the Indonesian government to re-think the way government delivers services to citizens.
Legacy systems, policy and regulations often get in the way, hindering governments from transforming service delivery for the better. As such, a successful digital transformation requires strong leadership, where government invests strategically to leverage on technologies.
In this case, investing strategically means having digital initiatives focused on citizens. Digital transformation should stem from the purpose of using technology to enhance citizen experience – personalised, interconnected and seamless.
How do we create this seamless citizen experience?
Surprisingly, the answer does not lie in innovation. This is because innovation alone is not enough. Innovation needs integration, which refers to the connection of data, applications and devices across your organisation. Integration is key as it makes everything in technology work together and gives you the advantage of agility in this ever-evolving digital world. Hence, the answer lies in agile integration.
Benefits of Agile Integration
- Chief Information Officer
- Chief Information Security Officer
- Chief Technology Officer
- Head of Applications
- Application and Infrastructure Manager
- IT Manager
- IT Project Manager/Product Owner/SCRUM Master
- Enterprise Architect
- System/Cloud Administrator
OpenGov is pleased to invite you to be part of a realistic scenario simulation, focusing on integrating application software and services without having to constantly build new connectivity infrastructure.
Through GAMIFICATION, you will learn the importance of integration across government agencies. Integration will enable better service delivery for citizens by connecting data, applications and devices across government agencies, and discuss the pain points in this process of integration.
We will be discussing:
- Increasing interoperability between several government agencies and departments
- Integrating new applications into an existing infrastructure to allow sharing of data with citizens and external users
- Integration as a means of cost-saving
- Maintaining security and control while opening access to data
- Building a platform for elastic scalability across decentralised services
- Staying agile by developing IT infrastructure that can respond easily and timely to growing expectations of citizens
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Senior Assistant Director Municipal ServicesMinistry of National Development
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Contact person: Ellen Quek
Phone number: +65 6303 0683