PT Anabatic Technologies Tbk (Anabatic Technologies) continues to strengthen collaboration with BINUS University in a Research and Development (R&D) program involving our subholding company, KPSG. This partnership emerged as a part of the ongoing Binus Industry Partnership Program.
Building Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology that is 100% created in Indonesia is the motivating reason behind this collaboration. KPSG, as a prominent industry player, recognizes the critical need for domestic AI solutions that reduce reliance on foreign technology. And, BINUS University is committed to contributing to Indonesia’s technology landscape. This shared goal encouraged KPSG and BINUS to form a strategic relationship to develop AI technology that is both industry-relevant and completely owned locally.
KPSG and BINUS Research Team went into the technical aspects of their collaboration during their follow-up meeting (18/10/2023), developing an in-depth plan to guide their joint initiatives.
“We aim to establish a long-term partnership between BINUS University and Anabatic Group dedicated to developing technologies tailored to the demands of the industry. In addition, this joint effort has multiple objectives, including meeting the industry’s desire for superior AI solutions and contributing to Indonesia’s science and technology growth,” explained Novy, Recruitment Manager of PT Anabatic Technologies Tbk.
Through this initiative, students from BINUS University will have a unique opportunity to engage in hands-on experiences related to AI technology development. Their active involvement in real-world industry projects at KPSG will expand their understanding beyond theoretical boundaries, providing invaluable insights into the practical applications of their knowledge.
“This synergy shows that collaboration between the education and industrial sectors can lead to significant development. The collaboration ensures that graduates are not just academically qualified but also industry-ready by immersing students in practical experiences such as internships and research projects,” Novy added.
This mutual exchange of knowledge benefits additionally to the students but also the industry, resulting in long-term benefits for the industry and education sectors, and, eventually, the nation’s technical growth.