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Current and Future Development of e-Commerce in Brunei Darussalam. By Ang Kian Guan Ministry of Communications. National IT Strategy 2000 and Beyond. The various infrastructure and infostructure required The stakeholders to ensure implementation of the strategy

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Current and Future Development

of

e-Commerce in Brunei Darussalam

By

Ang Kian Guan

Ministry of Communications

national it strategy 2000 and beyond
National IT Strategy 2000 and Beyond
  • The various infrastructure and infostructure required
  • The stakeholders to ensure implementation of the strategy
  • Awareness on ICT across all agencies and societies
  • Implementation plan on integrating the various efforts required
  • Identify the monitoring methods
  • Identify quality standards
e asean
E-Asean

The e-ASEAN work program is grouped along the following tracks :

  • Facilitation of the Establishment of ASEAN Information Infrastructure
  • Facilitation growth e-Commerce
  • Liberalisation of trade in ICT products and ICT services, and investments
  • Facilitation of trade in ICT products, services and investments
  • Capacity building and e-Society
enhancing the nii
Enhancing the NII
  • Telephone household penetration of over 95%.
  • Mobile phone penetration of 30%.
  • PC penetration 10% - Internet Penetration 7%.
  • Liberalization of ISPs.
  • Nationwide Broadband digital Network (RAGAM 21).
  • Introduction of IT services in Government, Schools, community centres and remote villages.
  • International Connectivity through Digital Fibre Optic Submarine and Satellites.
connecting to the global information infrastructure sea me we 3 submarine cable system
Connecting to the Global Information Infrastructure: SEA-ME-WE 3 Submarine Cable System
effective participation in global e commerce
EFFECTIVE PARTICIPATION IN GLOBALE-COMMERCE

PRECONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION

GOOD BANDWIDTH

FULFILMENT SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS

EFFICIENT AND TRUSTED PAYMENT SYSTEMS

STABLE AND SUPPORTIVE INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENT

USER FRIENDLY, AFFORDABLE ACCESS DEVICES & INTERFACES

pillars for competitiveness
PILLARS FOR COMPETITIVENESS

TRUSTED

SERVICE

INTERFACES

QUALITY

PRODUCTS

& SERVICES

INNOVATION

CONTENT

IP

PROTECTION

DISTRIBUTION

MARKET

ACCESS

BRAND

IDENTITY

the ideal environment
THE IDEAL ENVIRONMENT

E-COMMERCE

INNOVATION

CONTENT

IP

PROTECTION

DISTRIBUTION

MARKET

ACCESS

BRAND

IDENTITY

QUALITY

PRODUCSTS

&

SERVICES

TRUSTED

SERVICE

INTERFACES

GOOD BANDWIDTH

EFFICIENT AND TRUSTED PAYMENT SYSTEMS

FULFILMENT SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS

USER FRIENDLY, AFFORDABLE ACCESS DEVICES & INTERFACES

STABLE AND SUPPORTIVE INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENT

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Commonly Perceived Barriers to Electronic Commerce
  • Lack Of Access To Capital
  • Lack of infrastructure
  • Lack Of Training In Information Management
  • Lack Of Access To Information
  • Lack of R& D resource
  • Lack Of Access To Support Networks
  • Disincentives in Government Regulation
inhibitors to the adoption of e commerce
Inhibitors to the Adoption of E-Commerce
  • APEC SME E-Commerce Study

(Final Report - Sep 99):

    • Low use of e-commerce by customers and suppliers
    • Concerns about security aspects
    • Concerns about legal and liability issues
    • High costs of technologies
    • Limited knowledge of e-business
brunei smes structure
Brunei SMEs - structure
  • Micro-enterprises

– 1,716 (43% of SMEs) (1-5 employees)

  • Small enterprises

– 2,133 (53% of SMEs) (6-50 employees)

  • Medium enterprises

– 141 (4% of SMEs) (51-100 employees)

Source: 1999, 1996-1997 Brunei Darussalam Statistical Yearbooks, Department of Economic Planning and Development

smes contribution to employment gdp
SMEs - Contribution to Employment & GDP

1988 1994

Employment 97 97

GDP 61 86

% of total business establishments

Source: 1999, 1996-1997 Brunei Darussalam Statistical Yearbooks, Department of Economic Planning and Development

smes main problems
SMEs - Main problems
  • MANAGEMENT
  • HUMAN RESOURCE
  • FINANCE
  • MARKETING
  • TECHNOLOGY

Source: Entrepreneur’s Clinic’s Survey of Entrepreneurs Problems 1998.

smes look to government
SMEs look to Government
  • Computerization
  • Access & reliability
  • Legal framework
  • Security framework
  • Authentication framework
  • Banking framework
  • Consumer protection laws
sme issues
SME Issues
  • “I’m too small for a computer”
  • “The Internet isn’t reliable”
  • “I’m afraid I will get ripped off”
  • “We don’t have consumer laws”
  • “We are a cash society”
  • “Our banks don’t support SMEs”
how best to support smes
How best to support SMEs
  • Advice based on understanding
  • Help them become users
  • Scaled implementations
  • Provide appropriate platforms
  • Address ‘learning curve’ issues; provide continuous learning opportunities
key features and functions
myOHQ

BIZbrunei.com

  • Personal Tools
  • Office Tools
  • Business Tools

Marketplace

Biz News

Govt Listing

Trading Zone

Events

  • International
  • Regional
  • Local
  • Hyperlink
  • One-stop solution
  • Foreign interest
  • Browse by category
  • Results page
  • Post up ads
  • Event Calendar
  • Post up events
  • On-line registration

Company Listings

On-line Catalogues

  • Browse by category/Name
  • Detail Listing
  • Proactive
  • Browse by Category
  • Web site alternative
  • Live updates
Key Features and Functions
education for all
Education for all
  • Educate ourselves
  • Educate our governments
  • Educate our business leaders
  • Educate our educators
  • Educate our telecom providers
  • Educate our technologists
  • Educate our legal system
the government s effort21
The Government’s Effort
  • The Vision
    • Eco-Cyber Park and Cyber hub
  • Develop and build infrastructure

- Upgrade existing infrastructure

- H-speed telecommunications gateway – RaGAM 21

- Incubation for IT hub

- Initiate and attract ICT enterprises and activities

- Aid for Brunei SMEs

- Brunei IT Council – exploit ICT’s potential

  • Increase computer literacy and competency
government incentives
Government incentives
  • The companies are wholly or partly foreign-owned
  • Unrestricted employment of foreign talented and knowledge workers
  • Duty –free importation of multimedia equipment
  • R & D grants for SMEs
private sector it policies
Private Sector IT Policies
  • Ensure Government policies and regulations support the thrust of National IT Strategy
  • Ensure IT Institutional Infrastructure and the linkages with the Private Sector are within the scope of the Government policies
  • Ensure that policies regarding trade, finance and industries are integrated to facilitate the Electronic/Cyber Business regime
  • To launch and sustain Private Sector Awareness campaign to exploit Electronic/Cyber Business
core it strategies
Core IT Strategies

National IT Strategy

  • National Drive Towards Paperless Society*

*Paperless governance and information/data exchange through multimedia technologies

Public Sector IT Strategy

  • Public Sector Drive Towards Electronic Government

Private Sector Strategy

  • Private Sector Drive Towards Electronic Business
private sector other key strategies
Private Sector Other Key Strategies
  • Provide IT literacy programs on regular basis
  • Provide IT linkages with Government, Private Sector, Regional and Global Information and Business Networks
  • Provide support mechanisms and incentive programs to promote and attract IT Industries or IT-lead non-IT Industries
action plan 2000 2004
Action Plan 2000-2004

NATIONAL DRIVE TOWARDS PAPERLESS SOCIETY

PUBLIC SECTOR

Electronic Government

2000/1 Institutional Infrastructure

2001 Base Infrastructure

2001 30% Electronic Government

2002 60% Electronic Government

2003/4 100% Electronic Government

PRIVATE SECTOR

Electronic Business

Electronic Mail / Marketing

Electronic Education / R&D

Electronic Health / Entertainment

Electronic Commerce / Shopping

Cyber Business

Implementation Plan

Schools

Public Places

National

Offices

Business Places

Regional

Homes

Market Places

Global

e commerce development in brunei darussalam
Formation of National Task Force on E-Commerce:

Physical Infrastructure enhancement and value-adding.

New regulatory & legislative framework.

Security matters,eg. Authentication & CAs

HRD.

Promotion and adoption of e-Technology

E-Commerce Development in Brunei Darussalam
current developments in ict related legislation
Copy Right Order

Computer Misuse Order

Broadcasting Acts and Code of Practice.

New Telecommunications Act.

Regulatory Regulations.

Electronic Transaction Order

Current Developments in ICTrelated legislation

Enacted

Being Drafted

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National IT Strategy 2000 and Beyond

Institutional Framework

Vision, Mission and Goals

Policies

Public

PrivateSector

Strategies

Sector

Action Plan

Implementation Plan

Schools

Offices

Homes

PublicPlaces

BusinessPlaces

MarketPlaces

National

Regional

Global

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