VIP Roundtable Discussion Agenda 2023

DTI-CX VIP roundtable discussion series is a forum designed for senior level leaders to address recent challenges in an ever-changing Indonesia’s digital transformation. This discussion will enable growth through technological transformation by sharing real hands-on solutions and innovation. The DTI-CX VIP roundtable consists of 10 series that mainly focus on Indonesia’s national critical issues that include Government Services, FSI, Telecommunications, Cybersecurity, Data, and other strategic issues.

This 2 day invite only forum consists of the Government forum, CIO forum, CTO Forum and CISO forum. We’re bringing together leaders from around the sector to explore how digital transformation can help achieve a sustainable economy and to explore some case studies from regulators and companies that have been successful at implementing digital transformation strategies in their industries.

We hope that through DTI-CX 2023, we can jointly contribute to the acceleration and stabilization of the digital transformation process to achieve sustainable economic growth in Indonesia.

VIP Roundtable Discussion Agenda 2023
Wednesday, 12th July 2023
VIP Roundtable Discussion 1
Nuri Room 1 & 2, Lower Lobby JCC
Session 1
11.00 - 13.00Banking everywhere and anytime? How do banks reach all Indonesians?

Banking everywhere and anytime is a new reality for Indonesians. With the rise of mobile banking, Indonesians are able to use their smartphones to access their bank accounts and make payments. This is especially useful for people who live in rural areas where there are no banks or ATMs nearby. However, there are still many people who do not have access to financial services; in order to reach these people, banks should develop solutions that can be accessed by people without smartphones. How can banks provide solutions to ensure that everyone has access to basic banking services?

“Panel Discussion”

1. Senior Representative, Financial Services Authority (OJK)*

2. Senior Representative, Ministry of Finance RI*

3. Senior Representative, The Indonesia Fintech Association (AFTECH)*

4. Senior Representative, PT Bank Mandiri (Persero)*

5. Senior Representative, PT Bank BRI (Persero)

6. Senior Representative, Bank Sulselbar*

7. Senior Representative, Bank Jawa Timur*

8. Senior Representative, Bank Jawa Tengah

9. Senior Representative, Bank Bali*

10. Senior Representative, Bank Kaltim*

11. RESERVED

Moderator:
PWC/ Fross & Sullivan/ KPMG*
13.00 - 14.00Lunch Break
Session 2
14.00 - 16.00Risk and fraud in digital banking: Building people’s confidence

"The world of digital banking is growing, and with it come some new risks. As more and more people switch to using their mobile phones for banking, however, there are ways for banks to mitigate this risk and build trust with their clients. With a long-term strategy and investments in people, processes, and technology, is it enough to build people’s trust?

“Panel Discussion”

1. Senior Representative, Financial Services Authority (OJK)*

2. Senior Representative, Cyber Crime Division, Indonesia National Police*

3. Senior Representative, CISO, Gopay*

4. Senior Representative, CISO, PT Bank BCA TBK*

5. Senior Representative, CISO, PT Bank Neo Commerce (BNC)*

6. Senior Representative, CISO, PT Bank BTPN*

7. Senior Representative, CTO, PT Pegadaian (Persero)*

8. Senior Representative, CTO, PT Bank DBS Indonesia (Digibank)*

9. Senior Representative, CTO, PT Bank MNC Internasional, Tbk. (Motion Banking)*

10. RESERVED

Moderator:
PWC/ Fross & Sullivan/ KPMG*"
18.30 - 21.00Networking reception
Wednesday, 12th July 2023
VIP Roundtable Discussion 2
Summit Room, Lower Lobby JCC
Session 1
11.00 - 13.00The next big thing for financial industry; How far digital transformation has changed the financial industry
The digital transformation has changed the financial industry in many ways. New technologies have led to a shift from conventional services to online banking, which has reduced processes and improved customer service. The digital transformation has also helped financial firms become more efficient by improving their internal processes and systems, which has enabled them to offer better products and services more quickly than before, but what else does the digital transformation have in store for the future? What other innovations can the financial industry adapt to better serve their customers?

“Panel Discussion”

1. Senior Representative, Financial Services Authority (OJK)*

2. Senior Representative, Ministry of Finance (Onlinepajak)*

3. Senior Representative, CTO, PT Bank BCA TBK (Blu)*

4. Senior Representative, CTO, PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) (Livin)*

5. Senior Representative, CTO, OVO*

6. Senior Representative, CTO, Gojek*

7. Senior Representative, Founder & CEO, DANA*

8. Senior Representative, Founder & CEO, Privy*

9. Senior Representative, Founder & CEO, Modalku*

10. AVAILABLE FOR SPONSOR ONLY*

Moderator:
PWC/ Fross & Sullivan/ KPMG*
13.00 - 14.00Lunch Break
Session 2
14.00 - 16.00Leveraging digital transformation to strengthen resilience in an era of fierce competition in financial services

The financial services industry is fundamentally changing as digital transformation enables new competitors to rise up, posing a threat to traditional players. Digital transformation can be a game-changer for financial services firms. The speed of technological advancement makes it increasingly difficult for companies to keep up with their competitors; digital transformation helps level the playing field. Financial services companies can use digital transformation to increase agility, introduce innovative products and services, and enhance customer experience in the competitive environment of today's financial markets. However, to successfully leverage digital transformation, what can financial companies do to thrive?

“Panel Discussion”
1. Senior Representative, Secretary General, KOMINFO RI*

2. Chairman, Asosiasi Perusahaan Efek Indonesia (APEI)*

3. Senior Representative, CTO, PT. Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk*

4. Senior Representative, CTO, PT Bank Tabungan Negara (Persero) Tbk *

5. Senior Representative, CTO, PT Bank DKI*

6. Senior Representative, Founder & CEO, Flip*

7. Senior Representative, Founder & CEO, Kredivo*

8. Senior Representative, Founder & CEO, Modalku*

9. AVAILABLE FOR SPONSOR ONLY

Moderator:
PWC/ Fross & Sullivan/ KPMG*
18.30 - 21.00Networking reception
End of day 1
Thursday, 13th July 2023
VIP Roundtable Discussion 1
Nuri Room 1 & 2, Lower Lobby JCC
09.00 - 09.30Morning Coffee
Session 3
09.30 - 11.30Facing Global Recession; Building A Collaborative Approach for a Strong National Digital Economy
The global recession has brought the world economy to a standstill. It has created a critical situation for business operations and has become an urgent need of time to create sustainable and innovative solutions for the future of the society. In order to overcome this crisis, developing countries are required to build their economy with competitive strength in both manufacturing and services that can respond to the needs of the global communities. Countries need to take initiatives to curb their expenditures in the public sector and re-orient them towards facilitating private sector growth, rather than promoting it on its own. As global economic systems become more interconnected and digital technologies continue to advance, we need to cultivate a national digital economy that can meet these challenges and take full advantage of emerging opportunities. Global economic growth will be driven by digital innovation, but only if there is a collaboration between government agencies and private enterprises.

“Panel Discussion”
1. Senior Representative, Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs RI*

2. Senior Representative, Ministry of SME RI*

3. Senior Representative, CTO, Bukalapak*

4. Senior Representative, CTO, Tokopedia*

5. Senior Representative, CTO, Link Aja*

6. Chairman, iDea*

7. Senior Representative, CTO, Indofood*

8. Senior Representative, CTO, Maspion*

9. RESERVED

Moderator:
Teguh Dartanto, Ph. D, Dean of Economic Business Faculty, University of Indonesia*
11.30 - 13.00Lunch Break
Session 4
13.00 - 14.45“Smart Nation”: Strategies, Opportunities and Cybersecurity Management
The need for cybersecurity management has never been greater than now. Cybersecurity must be at the top of the priority list for any smart nation. The Internet has created many opportunities for individuals and businesses alike. However, it has also made them vulnerable at the same time with threats from cybercriminals worldwide. It is important that all stakeholders work together to tackle cybersecurity issues effectively so that Indonesia can become one of smart nations in the world.

“Panel Discussion”
1. Senior Representative, BSSN RI*

2. Senior Representative, WANTANNAS*

3. Senior Representative, National Intelligence Agency*

4. Senior Representative, Indonesian National Police*

5. Chairman, MASTEL*

6. Senior Representative, Pindad*

7. Teguh Aprianto, Ethical Hacker Indonesia*

8. Senior Representative, PT Danareksa (Persero)*

9. AVAILABLE FOR SPONSOR ONLY

Moderator:
KPMG*
14.45 - 15.00Coffee Break
Session 5
15.00 - 16.30Developing 600.000 Digital Talents: Moving Indonesia Towards Digital Ecosystem Equilibrium
The need for digital talent becomes more crucial as Indonesia strives towards openness and encourages greater connectivity between communities. This will allow people to make use of available opportunities, services and infrastructure to improve their quality of life. As part of this effort, the government has invested heavily in providing access to broadband internet across the country and making internet service affordable for everyone. This investment has resulted in significant advances as we have moved from having only 12 million internet users out of 250 million people in 2011 to 70 million internet users out of 255 million people in 2016. This means that there is an enormous untapped market for both digital businesses as well as digital training services. However, as new technologies are adopted by Indonesians, there arises a number of challenges that must be addressed by both the public and private sectors in order to ensure that Indonesia can reach its full potential.

“Panel Discussion”
1. Senior Representative, Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs RI*

2. Ministry of Communications and InformaticsRI*

3. Juan Kanggrawan, Head of Product and Tribe/Operation (GovTech Edu), Ministry of Education and Culture RI*

4. Senior Representative, Ruang Guru*

5. Senior Representative, Zenius*

6. Jemy V. confido , chairman, indonesia telecommunication & digital research institute (ITDRI)*

7. Senior Representative, PT Wijaya Karya (Persero) Tbk*

8. Senior Representative, PT Asuransi Allianz Life Indonesia*

9. Senior Representative, Jakarta Smart City*

10. AVAILABLE FOR SPONSOR ONLY

Moderator:
KPMG*
16.30 - 18.00Awarding Night
Thursday, 13th July 2023
VIP Roundtable Discussion 2
Summit Room, Lower Lobby JCC
09.00 - 09.30Morning Coffee
Session 3
09.30 - 11.30Government Public Services "Balancing people, process & technology towards creating an agile organization”
The government sector is facing a dramatic shift in the way it does business. Government Public Services can be a daunting sector to work in. It’s a sector that for the most part is tasked with delivering important public services (that are often taken for granted) and any lapse in those services can have serious consequences. When we consider this from a Governance & Transformation perspective, then understanding what needs to be done becomes even more complex. Not only do we need to understand how an organization will operate day-to-day, but we also need to understand how to transform an organization so that it is ready for today’s world and the challenges of tomorrow.

“Panel Discussion”
1. Handrich Kongdro, Policy & Transformation Manager, GovTech Edu*

2. Senior Representative, Ministry of Transportation*

3. Senior Representative, Kraft*

4. Chairman, Indonesia Industrial Estates Association (HKI)*

5. Senior Representative, KAI*

6. Senior Representative, Jasa Marga*

7. Senior Representative, PT MRT*

8. PT ISS Parking Management (ISS Parking)

9. Senior Representative, PT Pembangunan Perumahan (Persero) Tbk*

10. RESERVED

Moderator:
IDC/ Baker Mc Kenzie*
11.30 - 13.00Lunch Break
Session 4
13.00 - 14.45Digital Transformation in Public Healthcare: “Redesigning Public Health Infrastructure and Systems
The digitalization of health services has had a significant impact and is expected to have an even greater impact in the future. It is critical to assess the impact of such digital health services, just as it is for other services. Decisions to adopt and use new digital health services at various levels of the health care system should ideally be based on evidence about their performance in relation to health system goals.
A broad perspective should be used to evaluate this. Attainment of broad health system goals, such as quality, accessibility, efficiency, and equity, are benchmarks against which new digital health services are measured. These objectives are unaffected by the digitisation process. In this session we will be discussing trends in how health systems evolve and how digital transformation in public healthcare can help to redesign public health infrastructure and systems. We will look deeply at how digital transformation can help to improve healthcare access, reduce healthcare costs, and increase the efficiency of healthcare systems.

“Panel Discussion”
1. Senior Representative, Ministry of Health RI*

2. Senior Representative, BPOM*

3. Senior Representative, BPJS Kesehatan*

4. Kurnia Yuniakhir, Head of Product Supervision, Directorate of Insurance Supervision and BPJS, Financial Services Authority (OJK)*

5. Senior Representative, GP Farmasi*

6. Senior Representative, Kimia Farma*

7. Senior Representative, PERSI*

8. Edy Tuhirman, CEO, Generali Indonesia*

9. AVAILABLE FOR SPONSOR ONLY

Moderator:
IDC/ Baker Mc Kenzie*
14.45 - 15.00Coffee Break
Session 5
15.00 - 16.30Data security and justice for all Indonesians. A wishful thinking?
Indonesia is an exciting market for the digital economy. This can be seen from Indonesia's total population of 265.4 million people, of which 50 percent, namely 132.7 million people, already use the internet. Of this number, mobile device users reached 177.9 million people, and active mobile social media users amounted to 120 million people. Google and Temasek Research predict that the market size of Indonesia's digital economy will reach USD 100 billion in 2025. The development of information technology and the considerable potential of the digital economy are also accompanied by several negative impacts, including other threats to the right to privacy and citizens' personal data. Indonesia Data security is always a hot topic these days, and the various problems we face make us ask, "Are justice and data security for Indonesians, Is it wishful thinking?

“Panel Discussion”
1. Senior Representative, KOMINFO RI*

2. Senior Representative, BSSN RI*

3. Senior Representative, MASTEL*

4. Senior Representative, APJII*

5. Senior Representative, Tokopedia*

6. Senior Representative, Shopee*

7. Senior Representative, DTO, Ministry of Health RI (Peduli Lindungi)*

8. AVAILABLE FOR SPONSOR ONLY

Moderator:
IDC/ Baker Mc Kenzie*
16.30 - 18.00Awarding Night
End of DTICX 2023