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TOMPS, a digital apps owned by PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero), is trusted by the Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment (Menko Marves), Luhut Binsar Panjaitan, in the integration of project acceleration and supervision in 5 Super Priority Tourism Destinations (DPSP). The five tourism areas included in this project are Lake Toba, Borobudur, Lombok, Labuan Bajo, and Manado-Bitung-Likupang.

PT Telkom Indonesia’s Director of Digital Business, Muhamad Fajrin Rasyid, said the Geographic Information System (GIS)-based monitoring system application would integrate information on each DPSP project per region into a single platform called TOMPS.

“Telkom continues to support Indonesia’s digitization programs, one of which is through the TOMPS GIS system in the government’s 5 DPSP projects. We hope TOMPS can bring many improvements and progress in the efficiency and effectiveness of project management and can be a reference for future government projects,” he said in a press conference in Jakarta, Wednesday (29/09/2021).

 

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At the Coordination Meeting of the 5 DPSP Steering Committees on Tuesday (24/8/2021), Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan directed the acceleration of this DPSP project. Not without reason, this project will apparently be prepared as part of a series of international events at the G20 Summit in 2022.

The government officially launched the 5 DPSP projects as part of the “10 New Bali” program which not only aims to attract tourists, but also improves the domestic creative economy ecosystem.

Arid Fajaruddin, CEO of TOMPS, said that TOMPS apps contain development information such as total budget absorption, project categories, physical realization, constraints, to the latest project status in the field accompanied by real-time evidence.

“Later on,  TOMPS can be used by all members of the Steering Committee of the Tourism Authority and 2 DPSP. The main goal is to support the ease of monitoring the progress of infrastructure work in this project in an integrated GIS system,” he said.

According to him, this can be done because of the development of the TOMPS flagship system like Project Delivery Monitoring, Controlling, and Project Geographical Area.

 

“The plan is TOMPS GIS system will be released at the end of September 2021. In the future, TOMPS hopes that this project monitoring system can be implemented in all ministries and another government department in order to bring many benefits in terms of facilitating the management of various state projects,” he added.

TOMPS is a mobile and web-based project management tool that prioritizes ease of project management. The trick is through online supervision that can be done anywhere and anytime in real-time and transparently.

Founded in 2017, TOMPS has now been trusted by various developers to manage and make their projects successful. Among them are PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia, PT Metra-Net, Ank-Infratek, PT Tekken Pratama, PT Dadali Citra Mandiri, PT Technology Karya Mandiri, PT Mitra Ciptasarana, PT Hikmah Alam Sentosa, and many more.

Rendi Muharmoko, Team Leader for Corrective Maintenance of PT Telkom Access Tarakan, said that project monitoring work has become easier and faster with TOMPS.

“In the past (before using TOMPS), i had to do it manually like have to open GDocs, use Excel to write one by one. For example, (i have to know) how much work is done manually in Excel today,” he said.

 

“When asked by the boss “you have to upload this, you have to monitor this project”. Since using TOMPS, the time has become faster, no longer to do it manually. Just download – monitoring – upload whichever has been done and everything is ready on the dashboard,“ he added.

As a start-up, innovation is a dead deal for TOMPS, which always performs validation iterations to get the best prototype according to user needs. Always developing agile functionality and visualization, TOMPS strives to realize its main mission, “Be the most valuable project management in Indonesia.”