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From Standards To Solutions: Winning Over Consumers by leveraging on Data & Innovative Solutions


Jun 23, 2020 02:48 PM

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Mervin Toh
Mervin Toh is the founder of OPSOLUTIONS, a Singapore digital technology company of 11 years with regional branches. Leading the development of various customized software solutions, he understands the digital challenges faced by companies and help them tap into opportunities to bolster their growth. Guiding companies with their digital transformation, he works towards building a strong community by strengthening brand and consumer engagement.
Brett Mather
CEO, Founder @Envolve Data
According to the ASEAN, Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in ASEAN countries account for between 88.8% and 99.9% total establishments and between 51.7% and 97.2% of total employment. The contribution of these companies to each ASEAN country GDP is between 30% and 53%. SMEs just cannot be ignored. Why does it often seem that SMEs are left out of the digital revolution? We believe there are an accessibility gap and a profound asymmetry in capabilities and power. Small businesses, especially in retail, are suffering from the aggressive competition of the larger chains and e-commerce. What are they competing against? Choice, price, reach… and data. We believe combining collaboration, productivity and insights can help close that gap.
Andy Siow
Senior Manager, Technical Standards & Services @GS1 Singapore
Andy brings with him more than 14 years of experiences in areas of GS1 Supply Chain Standards, Automatic Identification & Data Capture (AIDC) Technologies, Traceability Systems and Technical Solutions. He has been a GS1 Standards advocator for many years covering retail, foodservice, healthcare and transport/logistic sectors. He believes that standards cannot work in isolation and collaboration with technology/solution providers is key to unlock the full potential of GS1 Standards for supply chain management.