Some sectors boosted by digitalisation

As the pandemic has driven businesses in many industries to accelerate digitalisation, the most attractive investment trends for the post-pandemic era are innovation, technology, digital health, smart logistics and environmental social governance (ESG), Pakorn Peetathawatchai, Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) president, said at the Thailand ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Thailand's internet economy 'healthy' but lags in digital adoption

Thailand’s internet economy is growing at “a healthy clip”, from US$6 billion in 2015 to US$16 billion in 2019, but the country still lags behind regional peers in digital adoption and digitalisation, a report by Maybank Kim Eng said on Thursday.The report, titled ‘Disruption Watch ...

Government on track for full digitalisation by 2022

Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak has set a timeframe for the government to become fully digital by 2022.He instructed the Digital Government Development Agency on Wednesday (October 9) to prioritise its proposals and forward them next month to a committee tasked with electronically integrating all ...

The Nation Reporter

Thailand ‘must prepare ground for challenges ahead’

Thailand faces many challenges ahead as it seeks to transition the country to succeed in the era of automation and digitalisation with the 4.0 initiative.The country needs to prepare itself to meet Thailand 4.0’s manufacturing environment as well as respond to the expansion of Chinese ...

Kwanchai Rungfapaisarn

Digitalisation can solve water and climate crisis

Industry leaders and players need to recognise how digitalisation can fundamentally transform and alleviate the issue of sustainability, especially in water.Keep reading ...

The Jakarta Post

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