Speedwork Indonesia, a Singapore base O2O autocare solutions - featuring O2O kiosk serving motorcycle in Indonesia emerged as the winner of the Digital Transformation (DX) Award 2021 in Business Service category, organised by the Swiss Chamber of Commerce (SwissCham) in Singapore and Deloitte.
The DX Award celebrates the pursuit of innovation and digitalisation across Southeast Asia, featuring eight categories this year: Cyber security, B2C, Healthcare, Insurance, Financial services, Advance manufacturing, Business services, Building & infrastructure; and from a total of 45 submission were received, Speedwork was the only tech start-ups representative from Indonesia entering the final virtual pitching night.
O2O smart kiosk serving motorcycle is a business model Speedwork Indonesia developed together with PT Gajah Tunggal since last year with key differentiation on combining technology and data at the core of the business operation with supporting unique eco-system from products support, mechanic development, marketing, business assistant support as well as the kiosk and tooling.
This business model not only big in business opportunity considering there are more than 75 million motorcycle in Indonesia but also bring a positive a social impact, as this potentially upgrade and increase income level of more than 100,000 informal micro and small medium enterprise in motorcycle service sector and development of human capital in the area of automotive.
“We are humble that as a young Indonesia start-ups, we are starting to gain regional recognition and this award is a constant reminder for us to keep pursuing our goal, and I hope can inspire others to explore the possibility how digital transformation can re-think the business model that bring inclusivity, making profit while contributing to the society and make it better business better world.” – Foeryanto Jawoto, Director of Speedwork Indonesia.