JAKARTADAILY.ID – PT Telkomsel Ekosistem Digital, a subsidiary of Indonesia's biggest mobile phone operator, officially introduced its logo and brand name INDICO.
"As a subsidiary of Telkomsel and a holding company for the vertical digital business, INDICO is committed to accelerating more opportunities and possibilities to innovate by leveraging the latest digital technology to empower Indonesia's digital ecosystem and industry," PT Telkomsel Ekosistem Digital said in a statement on Friday, March 11, 2022.
"The introduction of INDICO is part of the spirit of PT Telkomsel Ekosistem Digital as the company aims to strengthen its identity as a game-changer that would drive more innovative digital services," the company said.
The company said INDICO seeks to accelerate the presence of true digital talents who focus on collaborations with cross-sectoral start-ups in the country, investors, and stakeholders in the digital industry for a more significant impact in strengthening the national digital economy.
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"I have witnessed a profound transformation at Telkomsel; in this era of transformation, we shall not feel content with the existing condition as changes constantly occur. Telkomsel is confident to launch INDICO, an aggregator company, and market access for local creators," said Erick Thohir, Indonesia's Minister of State-Owned Enterprises.
"INDICO will create an ecosystem that will contribute to the positive national digital economy growth. Therefore, INDICO should become a big aggregator for Indonesia's digital economy growth. We must have our ecosystem and roadmap as a big nation because Indonesia belongs to us," Erick Thohir said.
The SOE Minister added following this launch, he expected "there will be more real innovations by INDICO."
"Congratulations to Telkomsel and the entire Board of the Directors for your shared vision for Indonesia 2045," Erick Thohir said.
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CEO Telkomsel Hendri Mulya Syam also made a comment in a written statement:
"As a digital ecosystem enabler, Telkomsel is always ready to support needs for synergy value that INDICO has maximized to grow its vertical business penetration for impactful digital innovations that will give impact to the national digital economy through resources and businesses supports from Telkomsel."
"We also hope that the company's brand identity could further strengthen Telkomsel's commitment to the transformation roadmap as part of a leading state-owned company in Indonesia, TelkomGroup, and enables INDICO as a digital ecosystem powerhouse to support inclusive national digital economy growth and allowing Indonesia to become one of the biggest four digital economy countries by 2030."
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