The ACCA: accelerating the growth and development of cloud computing in Asia Pacific since 2010.
Time: 1030am to 230pm
Venue: Pullman Jakarta Indonesia Thamrin CBD, Hesa Room, Level 3
The ACCA is organising a roundtable discussion in Jakarta on data flows, e-payments and fintechs that are known to spur innovation and efficiency in the digital economy.
Registration: FREE, please register here or email
Agenda for 9 Mar, Thursday
Ms. Lim May-Ann, ACCA Executive Director
Mr. Semuel Abrijani Pangerapan, Director General for Informatics Applications, KOMINFO, Indonesia
Roundtable 1: Data flow in the digital economy
Government Regulation no. 82 (GR82), announced in October 2012, is Indonesia’s draft regulation concerning electronic information and transactions. GR82 has caused concern among industry players, as it states all data centres used by public services and business disaster recovery operations are to be located in Indonesia for reasons of law enforcement, protection and national sovereignty. Currently, no detailed explanation is given on what constitutes “public services”, and how this regulation will be enforced and its impact towards cloud computing and data centre businesses. With the enormous value generated through cross-border data flow, how do private stakeholders manage vague restrictions yet seek growth and improved efficiency in the country? This roundtable will discuss the balancing act stakeholders assume to pursue economic and technological development while managing national concerns on data transmission.
Roundtable discussion with associations and industry players
Format: 30 min panel session, with 15 minutes Q&A with the floor (4 panellists)
Dr. Muliaman D. Hadad, Commissioner, Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the Financial Services Authority (OJK)
Roundtable 2: E-payments and fintech – How cloud computing and free flow of data facilitates the e-payments and fintech sector
The rapid use of fintech has made instant and secure transactions convenient, especially through mobile channels.
With twice the number of unique mobile phone subscribers compared to bank account holders, e-payment companies have expanded their reach to under-served markets while greatly reducing transaction fees and overcoming stringent banking standards.
Fintech is the main driver of this innovation and companies are encouraged to provide financial services with cutting edge technologies, sidestepping the legacy cost structures and regulatory constraints of traditional banks. In November 2016, Indonesia drafted the electronic transfer process services regulation (No.18/40/PBI/2016), known as Indonesia’s “fintech regulation”. The objectives of this regulation is to regulate the emerging fintech and e-transactions in Indonesia. This roundtable will look at how this regulation, though in line with the government’s long term policy goal of promoting financial inclusion, affects the development of SMEs in this sector.
ACCA Board Member
Note: This draft programme is subject to change.
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About the Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA): The ACCA was established in 2010 as an industry trade association that represents the stakeholders of the cloud computing ecosystem in Asia, working to ensure that the interests of the cloud computing community are effectively represented in the public policy debate. The ACCA's primary mission is to accelerate the growth of the cloud market in Asia. We aim to promote the growth and development of cloud computing in Asia Pacific through dialogue, training, and public education. We also provide a platform for members to discuss implementation and growth strategies, share ideas, and establish policies and best practices relating to the cloud computing ecosystem.
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