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The Challenges and Opportunities of E-Commerce Data Collection in Indonesia Compared to BRICS Countries

The Challenges and Opportunities of E-Commerce Data Collection in Indonesia Compared to BRICS Countries
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Author(s): Muhammad Basorudin (BPS-Statistics Indonesia, Indonesia), Khalilur Rahman (BPS-Statistics Indonesia, Indonesia), Nadra Yudelsa Ratu (BPS-Statistics Indonesia, Indonesia), Easbi Ikhsan (BPS-Statistics Indonesia, Indonesia) and Wida Siddhikara Perwitasari (BPS-Statistics Indonesia, Indonesia)
Copyright: 2021
Pages: 15
Source title: Research Anthology on E-Commerce Adoption, Models, and Applications for Modern Business
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Information Resources Management Association (USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-8957-1.ch097

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Abstract

The development of e-commerce business in Indonesia is very rapid. The rapid development of e-commerce in Indonesia will make Indonesia the largest digital economy in Southeast Asia in 2020. However, there are several obstacles, one of which is the provision of a trusted e-commerce database. Data has an important element in development in developing an e-commerce business in Indonesia. As the National Statistics Organizations, BPS Statistics Indonesia was pushed to collect the e-commerce data. BPS has developed several methods of collection e-commerce data using e-commerce survey and crawling technique in 2018 but still has a weakness. As a comparative study, there are several countries of G-20 that have high development in e-commerce and associate themselves as BRICS countries. With SWOT Analysis and Maturity Assessment, this study wants to analyze strength, weakness, opportunity, and thread, also measure the maturity from each method of collection used. Based on the result, Indonesia has better maturity in technology implemented, but worse regulation and people cooperation.

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