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  • Writer's pictureSylvain Richer de Forges

Comparative analysis of digital transformation in south east asia

Digital transformation across Southeast Asian countries is an evolving landscape with remarkable advancements.




 Singapore:


 A trailblazer in the region, with a digital economy contributing to 37% of its GDP (source: Singapore Department of Statistics). It's swiftly embracing tech, evident in its Smart Nation initiative.



 Malaysia:


 Aiming for Industry 4.0, Malaysia's digital economy is projected to contribute 22.6% to its GDP by 2025 (source: Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation).



 Thailand:


 With 51 million internet users, Thailand is thriving in e-commerce and digital payments (source: DataReportal). Its digital economy is expected to grow significantly by 2025.



 Indonesia:


 One of the fastest-growing digital economies in the world, expected to reach $124 billion by 2025 (source: Google-Temasek-Bain). Initiatives like Making Indonesia 4.0 signify a strong commitment.



 Philippines:


Digital adoption has accelerated, with a 5-year digital roadmap aiming to contribute $25 billion to its GDP by 2025 (source: Department of Information and Communications Technology).



Vietnam: 


Rapidly growing tech industry, aiming for a digital economy contributing 20% to GDP by 2025 (source: Vietnam Ministry of Information and Communications).



Southeast Asia is clearly on a trajectory towards digital transformation, leveraging technology to drive economic growth and innovation.



Do you think digital transformation will lead to greater sustainability?



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