The technology to ease global environmental and developmental challenges already exists, but there is a lack of understanding and finding suitable solutions for local needs. For this reason the importance of decision intelligence for companies planning to develop their business in Southeast Asia, is vital.
“Today’s problem is not about the selection of the best technology, but to understand what kind of decision making challenges you face, what kind of questions you need to answer, and what kind of data you need”, says professor Roger Moser.
Moser is an expert for business development and decision intelligence and has helped many European and global companies in expanding their businesses in Southeast Asian markets. He is also a member of SCOPE ASIA's International Advisory Board. He has worked together with Scope Asia in water treatment projects in Timor-Leste.
Moser thinks that companies opening new businesses and projects need the have the understanding of the local needs and conditions. To achieve the understanding and knowledge requires answering the right questions and collecting the relevant data for decision-making. After this, companies need a partner to complete and implement the work on the location.
“Somebody needs to be on the ground to connect the dots,” he continues.
According to Moser the real challenge for business today is not about the technology, but the troublesome journey to find the right players to get together and work together, and to build up integrated solutions that meet the local needs.
“That is exactly the scope of SCOPE ASIA”, summarizes Moser.
Scope Asia is a Go Green solution integrator which also providing safe water and waste-to-energy solutions in Indonesia and Timor-Leste as well as supporting the market entry and expansion for companies in Indonesia.