Yesterday, 25th of November 2014, ten civil society organizations that consist of Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW), Indonesia Parliamentary Center (IPC), Jaringan Pendidikan Pemilih untuk Rakyat (JPPR), Migrant Care, Perkumpulan untuk Pemilu dan Demokrasi (Perludem), Perhimpunan Pengembangan Media Nusantara (PPMN), Puskapol UI, Public Virtue Institut, Solidaritas Perempuan dan Yappika, which are supported by The Asia Foundation (TAF), have formed a joint committee to organize a national conference with the theme “Masyarakat Sipil dan Penguatan Demokrasi Pascapemilu 2014” (Civil Society and Post-2014-election Democracy Reinforcement). One focus of discussion in this activity is the issue of general election law enforcement. The program is being held in the JS Luwansa Hotel, Central Jakarta.
While we know that SaaS adoption in the US is very strong, hitting 74% in 2014, what about in Indonesia? The traditional barriers still loom high, but some positive progress is visible and we can expect Indonesian enterprises to adopt cloud and SaaS much more in the next 5 years.