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Digital Platforms

last updated 24 July 2017

Digitalisation is changing the dynamics in many sectors. Digital infrastructure, such as digital platforms are expected to be critical components to catalyse digital transformation of enterprises through the creation of connected digital ecosystems and help give rise to the next wave of disruptive innovation.

Call for Submission (CFS) for Digital Platforms

Submission Closing Date: 8 Sep 2017

The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) is driving Singapore’s progress towards a Digital Economy for a Smart Nation, by collaborating with industry to drive sectoral digitalisation and catalyse the adoption of disruptive technologies through solutions with the potential to scale.

Platforms as the next disruptor

Technology-enabled, platform-driven ecosystems are expected to be critical components for digital transformation of enterprises and help give rise to the next wave of disruptive innovation, according to studies.

Such platforms utilise Artificial Intelligence (AI) to generate value for enterprises, and a McKinsey survey suggests that proactive AI adopters already have between three to 15 percent higher profit margins than their peers in most industry sectors.

Call for Submission for Digital Platforms

IMDA believes that the adoption of AI and Data Science will be a cornerstone of sectoral digitalisation, and is thus interested in working with industry partners to catalyse adoption through platform-driven ecosystems. We are thus opening a Call for Submission (CFS), to gather pre-qualified industry proposals on the matter.

Industry partners who are interested to find out more about the Digital Platforms programme and to submit proposals to participate in the CFS may fill in the following form to secure a copy of the Digital Platforms CFS document.

The closing date and time for submissions to be sent to IMDA is 8 Sep 2017 (Friday), 12 noon.

Enquiries on this programme may be directed to: DEPlatform@imda.gov.sg

For a copy of the CFS document, please register below: