“BI Ecosystem” Simplifies Monitoring Vehicle for Import and Exports
February 15, 2019

Jakarta – PT Electronic Data Interchange Indonesia (EDII) supports PT  Car Terminal Indonesia to simplify the export of motorized vehicles in of Complete Built UP (CBU) in the by Business Intelligence Ecosystem.

According to President Director of EDII, E Helmi Wantono, we are support the monitoring of import export and auto gate activities system at PT Car Terminal. So, users can also monitoring the data on import and export of vehicles coming in and out of the Indonesian Customs Area.

“The monitoring is EDII Business Intelligence Ecosystem, traffic of import and export of vehicles can also be monitored,” he said, at “Launch of the Vehicle Export Facility Strategy” yesterday.

The event theme “Customs Strategy and Re-Design Car Terminal Services for Improving Export & Minimizing Logistics Cost of Export oriented Car Manufacturing” was also attended by Coordinating Minister of Economy, Darmin Nasution, Minister of Finance, Sri Mulyani, Minister of Industry, Airlangga Hartarto, Minister of Trade , Enggartiasto Lukita, and Director General of Customs and Excise, Heru Pambudi.

Helmi explained, the BI Ecosystem is one of the innovation products from EDII in facing technological developments and market needs. “This BI Ecosystem will make it easier to process and analyzing data, so it can help business making decision that are accurate and data driven.

“With the existence of this system, he said, the data process has entered the era of big data to obtain information will be easier, faster and more accurate. This latest technology is expected to help users to analyze data easily and quickly, “said Helmi.

In this partnership, PT EDI Indonesia cooperates with PT ILCS as an entity of the company’s commitment to realize synergies between subsidiaries in PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II) / Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC).

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MDP EDII 1st batch followed by 7 participants. The seven participants were graduates from D3, D4, S1 and S2 level of technology & information systems study programs from several universities, like ITB, IPB, Binus, Bandung State Polytechnic, Jakarta State Polytechnic, and Yarsi University
MDP is a work program from the Human Capital & Support Division as the Company’s commitment to provide education in the field of information technology (IT) to produce reliable human resources .
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Jakarta – PT EDI Indonesia (EDII) channeled tuition and infrastructure assistance to the Sejahtara Joint Education Foundation, Tanah Merah, North Jakarta (20/12). This assistance is carried out in the context of running the EDII Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program in 2018.

“Bersama Kita Sejahtera” Education Foundation is an open school that continues to strive to develop the skills of students, the majority of whom have social problems. Currently there are 41 students enrolled in the “Bersama Kita Sejahtera” Foundation. According to the owner of the Foundation, Lina Bustami, the cost of supporting teaching and learning activities at the Foundation is very much needed, “We still have difficulties in teaching and learning activities, besides the limitations of the students, we also have limitations in teaching staff, now we also open opportunities for anyone interested in volunteering to teach at the Foundation, “he explained.

In addition to the needs of teaching volunteers, continued Lina, infrastructure were also need a concern, “At present we are also collecting funds from donors to repair damaged rooms,” she said.

EDII’s Head of Public Relations Department, Sulistio, hopes that the tuition and infrastructure assistance costs of seven million rupiah from EDII can assist the operational continuity of teaching and learning activities at the “Bersama Kita Sejahtera” Foundation, “We are grateful to be able to meet Foundation owners and provide assistance for the Foundation’s sustainability activities. because as we all know the Bersama Kita Sejahtera Foundation has a good goal and vision, “he concluded.

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