Aligned to the Logistics Industry Transformation Map (ITM), the Logistics Industry Digital Plan (IDP) is part of the SMEs Go Digital programme which aims to make going digital simple for SMEs. The Logistics IDP provides an step-by-step guide on the digital solutions SMEs can adopt at each stage of their growth. The first Logistics IDP was launched in 2017.
The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), in partnership with Enterprise Singapore (ESG) and the industry, has jointly refreshed the Logistics IDP, to introduce new solutions that meet the current and anticipated future needs of companies in the Logistics industry. A new Digital Training Roadmap helps SMEs identify relevant training programmes to upskill their workers as the business transforms digitally. The IDP will continue to be updated over time as the industry progresses and newer, more relevant technologies are introduced.
Who is it for
Local SMEs within the Logistics industry, as well as SMEs providing support services in the Air Transport industry.
The IDP provides a step-by-step guide on the digital solutions to adopt at each stage of your growth. For a start, you can use the IDP to find out if your business is digital-ready.
You can refer to the Digital Roadmap of the IDP, as a guide to assess your digital readiness and identify opportunities for going digital and training to raise employees’ digital skills.
Advisory and Consultancy
- Basic Advisory
To get a more comprehensive review of your business, you can approach the SME Centre business advisors for free business diagnosis and advisory on digital solutions relevant to your operations.
- Specialist Consultancy
SMEs requiring specialist consultancy on more advanced digital solutions will be referred by the SME Centre business advisors to Principal Consultants at the SME Digital Tech Hub.
- Centre of Innovation for Supply Chain Management (COI-SCM)
COI-SCM helps companies to build capabilities and adopt innovation across supply chain functions.
To make it easy for SMEs to adopt digital solutions recommended in the Logistics IDP, IMDA provides a list of pre-approved solutions assessed to be market-proven, cost-effective and supported by reliable vendors. SMEs can visit GoBusiness Gov Assist for the contact information of the pre-approved solution providers.
Productivity Solutions Grant
If funding support is required for adopting pre-approved solutions, SMEs can apply for the Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG) on the Business Grants Portal, before purchasing and implementing digital solutions.