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How Covid-19 propelled digital disruption transformed Thailand’s business sector

A vast majority of businesses have been driven by digital disruption globally with most executives admitting its transformative impact to an extent. It is, therefore, crucial to identify digital disruption perspectives and approaches to digital implementation in Thai companies.“Deloitte Thailand conducted its first Thailand Digital ...

The Nation Reporter

Thailand’s Digital Transformation Boosts Data Industry

Enhancing the competitiveness of the local business environment and enabling a transparent government to provide its citizens with equitable access to public services and their data by utilising digital technology are central to Thailand’s national development plan, “Thailand 4.0”.The advancements made by Thailand in implementing ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Thailand’s big banks sinking billions into digital transformation

Four of Thailand’s biggest commercial banks are hastening moves to stay ahead of the wave of digital disruption now sweeping the country.Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) is in the final year of its four-year digital transformation plan but is already drafting a new plan for the ...

The Nation Reporter

Thai business ‘must transform faster to avoid digital disruption wave’

Thai companies must speed up their digital transformation to avoid the impact of a wave of disruption within the next five years, warns a new report by Deloitte Thailand.The Covid-19 crisis will accelerate that digital transformation, the report adds.Ninety-one executives from several industries participated in ...

The Nation Reporter

Depa tries to provide local startups with digital edge

The Digital Economy Promotion Agency (Depa) is stepping up efforts to work with the Commerce Ministry and other related agencies to strengthen local startups and boost demand for their services as a way to break up foreign digital platforms’ hold on the market.Nuttapon Nimmanphatcharin, president ...

Suchit Leesa-Nguansuk

RPA adoption projected to gain traction

The adoption of robotic process automation (RPA) technology in Thailand is projected to keep rising as a slew of businesses are gearing up for business process re-engineering with automation to improve their performance, says ABeam Consulting Thailand, the local operating unit of the Japan-based consulting ...

Komsan Tortermvasana

Thailand leads in ASEAN with its smart cities

Thailand introduced the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) initiative to transform three Thai provinces into smart cities during the 2019 ASEAN Summit. This move has proved to be a successful one, one report notes.The EEC was established to create a centre for trade, investment, regional transportation, ...

Alita Sharon

Digital transformation in finance

Organizations today face many challenges related to finance and accounting and the account closing process is perhaps the most challenging of these.The current process requires high detail and is time consuming, while the reconciliation process is also tedious. Moreover, with deadlines inevitably tight at the ...

Montri Khongkruephan

Data dilemma

In the digital world, data is king. Businesses now understand that in order to stay relevant and ahead of competitors, they need data to know more about their customers. The more you know, the more products and services you can sell in a more personalised ...

Universities 'must transform' to survive

Thai universities must undergo a swift transformation in order to remain relevant in the age of digital disruption, a seminar was told on Friday. The universities of the future must become places of learning for students all ages, said Patrachart Komolkiti, the director of the ...

Dumrongkiat Mala

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