Deloitte Digital has officially launched its digital service for Southeast Asia, offering end-to-end digital services from strategy right up to delivery.
They promise to combine digital and creative capabilities with their deep industry knowledge, innovative thinking, business transformation, organizational change, domain expertise and versatile technology experience.
And that is also the differentiating factor between Deloitte Digital and its competitors, says Jonathan Rees, executive director and leader of Deloitte Digital in Southeast Asia.
"Digital is the CEO's next battleground," says Mr Rees. "It is the speed and thoughtfulness with which businesses respond in the digital age that determines their future."
Businesses that listen are the ones that are responding successfully to digital disruption and staying ahead of the pack.
Governments are also getting in on the act of responding to its citizen's needs. The Singapore Government, for example, has announced opportunities for industry and government to collaborate in its efforts to build a Smart Nation.
"As we move towards realising our Smart Nation vision, the Government is actively engaging with citizens, businesses and the tech industry. We seek to gain better insights into the kinds of applications that people need and build new digital government capabilities to deliver great experiences to them," Managing Director of IDA Jacqueline Poh had said at the annual Industry Briefing on Infocomm Initiatives in the Public Sector.