Surviving the disruptive economy, people are required to be prepared to face the challenging competition. Otherwise, according to a survey, within the next five years, at least 49% of human jobs are replaced by machines.
Continuing to implement the latest technology, innovation and creativity is the key to survive. In the midst of sluggish economy and low purchasing power parity, firms and companies are facing market challenges.
Moreover, for banking products, such as Home Ownership Loan (KPR). If not being extremely thorough, the bank will face difficulties in maintaining the distribution of housing loans to the customers.
Roy Sembel, Professor of IPMI Business Centre &the Chairman of the Jury Council of Indonesia Property & Bank Awards 2017, decided to utilize the implementation of latest technology, innovation and creativity as the parameter in the assessment of the Indonesia Property & Bank Awards this year.
“Humans possess intangible assets such as passion, creation and innovation that separate them from machines,” stated Roy at the award.
Director General of Housing Finance of the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing Lana Winayanti also mentioned the difference between housing development and other sectors that are within the Ministry’s responsibilities.
"Housing development is an ecosystem that also affects other areas, including licensing, spatial planning, land availability and so on,” he added. These components will be assessed by the Jury Team to determine the winners.
After a long assessment process, the Property & Bank Magazine awarded PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BCA) under category of The Best Building Corporate Image & Digital Banking. The award was directly received by the EVP of Consumer Loan of BCA Felicia M. Simon.
At the same time, President Director of BCA Jahja Setiaatmadja also won the CEO of The Year award.