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This article explains how Alibaba Cloud enables fintechs to transform banking and financial services through innovation and enhanced customer experience.
AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform rule the public cloud market-but Chinese IaaS challenger Alibaba Cloud is quickly rising to challenge the status quo.
The startup's platform provides businesses with digital infrastructure to manage day-to-day operations within a single interface.
The startup's sensors provide real-time data about a chicken farm's conditions.
Inspired by an accident in its own offices, the company created air quality monitors fit for industrial and home use.
The Vietnamese startup's product handles customer inquiries for banks, insurance providers, and other enterprises.
The startup's service gives patients a way to keep track of their health records for medical professionals' reference in the future.
The company is making preparations to take its services to Indonesia.
The startup has developed an app to help waste collectors digitalize their business operations.
Woay.Vn impressed the judges with its customizable marketing SaaS offerings, which can cultivate client traction and foster scalability.
This video highlights the tech advances between Alibaba Cloud and Indonesia in 2021.
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This article is an outline of Alibaba's machine translation capabilities, the machine translation challenges, strategies and how it impacts the e-commerce business scenario.
These are 10 finalists for the Indonesia Demo Day held on December 21.
This article introduces how Sgara uses data analytics to save Indonesia's shrimp farms.
The startup provides tax reporting and planning, financial analysis and modeling, and business plan advisory services.
The startup currently operates in Jakarta, and has plans to take its services across the country.
The app's library of 19 routes steers travelers to important sites and local businesses.
Jaramba is a Mobility startup, and it monetizes its service by charging 8% on top of tickets that are sold via its platform.