Putting a premium on employees’ mental well-being does not just help the workforce population; it also boosts their productivity which, in the long term, will help shore up returns of investment for enterprises
The Ministry of Agriculture is optimistic that this year, various strides in innovation will be recorded despite the onslaught of the COVID-19 crisis.
The Indonesian government is tapping on technology to provide subsidies under its economic stimulus programme.
In the backdrop of the pandemic, the reality today is that governments are trying to complete their digital journey, not within the coming years, but in months.
The new cashless payment scheme was launched in compliance with a government directive to contribute to easing doing business in the country
The Ministry of National Development Planning is set to prioritise human resource development and e-governance in line with the country’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Automation processes are no longer an extravagance; in the post-pandemic new normal RPA is essential to effective and efficient healthcare, helping medical practitioners deliver better health outcomes.
Training for workers is expected to improve the skills of workers which in the long term can help mitigate the economic impacts of the pandemic and drive the economy forward.
The Agriculture Department encouraged stakeholders to innovate as a means of fast-tracking operations and improving existing processes in the sector
The zero-contact policies implemented by various local government units are geared a better citizen-agency experience and also towards enhancing the ease of doing business in the country.