Like many emerging market economies, Indonesia is facing considerable pressure from the current shifts in the global economy. This, in turn, has been impeding growth in recent years, contributing to considerable risks and vulnerabilities. Howev ..."
BMI View: A combination of economic factors, including regional economic uncertainty and rupiah
depreciation, and sector specific issues such as the increase in hardware import taxes, meant the
Indonesian IT market slowed significantly in 2015. The market is expecte ..."
BMI View: As a market that is highly dependent on imported products and solutions, Indonesian IT demand
was hit by regional economic uncertainty and rupiah depreciation in 2015, with the hardware segment
worst-affected as import taxes added to the reduction in afforda ..."
BMI View: Indonesian IT spending was hit by regional economic uncertainty and rupiah depreciation,
while the hardware segment was worst affected and contracted in local currency terms as import taxes
acted as an additional drag. This does however mean there is pent-up ..."
BMI View: Our forecast for Indonesia's IT market was lowered in the Q116 update to reflect the weakening
economic outlook as well as the impact of import tax increases in the short term on affordability and
confidence levels. We forecast Indonesian IT spending will gr ..."
Enterprise ICT expenditure is anticipated to follow an upward trend, as Indonesian enterprises perceive IT investments as enhancing their business operations and are using ICT as a driver for innovation. While customary resourceful ICT solution ..."
BMI View: In 2015, we expect the drag of rupiah depreciation to be outweighed by the upside from strong
economic growth, a low PC penetration rate, enterprise and public service modernisation and an emerging
middle class. Balancing these trends, we forecast IT spendin ..."
BMI View: The depreciation of the rupiah against the US dollar was a small drag on IT market growth, but
caused no significant disruption, a state of affairs we expect to be maintained into 2015. We again expect
the drag of rupiah depreciation to be outweighed by the ..."
System integration is a process wherein various components such as hardware, software, and IT services are unified into one system, ensuring all functions are running together. System integration plays an integral role in maintaining the business processes of an organization. The ..."
BMI View: After minor disruption to market growth in 2014 as a result of the depreciation of the rupiah
against the US dollar, we expect the market to remain on a positive growth trajectory over the medium
term. We expect IT market growth will be supported by strong e ..."