Logistics and Supply Chain By Dewi Annisa Yakin, Fransiskus Allan Gunawan Despite its enormous potential, in Indonesia there are not many integrated e-logistic services businesses for online merchants, online stores, and shipping services to consumers. This is what drives Gary Tanoesoedibjo to gush e-logistics services provider business through Storesend eLogistic Indonesia (SSI) (Suryadi, 2018). As reported by Statista, in 2017, the total volume of online shopping in Indonesia has reached US $ 4.89 billion and there is an increasing demand for logistics efficiency and payment facilities (Maulana, 2018). One of them is Ramco ERP Logistics System adopted from a global company based on cloud software, namely Ramco Systems. The cooperation agreement between the two parties marks an important milestone in Ramco's journey after entering the Indonesian market since 2017 (Rahayu, 2019). In addition, logistic and transportation issuer PT Dewata Freightinternational Tbk (DEAL) is preparing an e-logistics system with a block chain system to strengthen its business. Since 2018, the issuer coded in DEAL shares has used the block chain system and provided an efficiency rate of up to 15% (Hastuti, 2019). Entering the digital era, the logistics industry is increasingly giving lucrative numbers. According to the Association of Indonesian Express Delivery Service Companies (Asperindo), in 2017, the capitalization of courier services alone touched Rp 50 trillion (Barus, 2019). At present, there have been two startup graduates from the Alibaba Netpreneur 2019 program, Faspay and Prahu-Hub collaborating to work on the logistics market in Indonesia. Both of them focus on overcoming the challenges of shipping goods in the country (Annur, 2019).
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