“Empowering the Nation”
Stemming from a love for Indonesia and a strong drive to have Indonesia be seen as equals by other nations, we strive to maximize the potential and abilities of its founders through Information Techonology to develop products and services based on technology that will benefit as many stakeholders as possible.
Established in the year 2015, PT Inamart Sukses Jaya (INAMART) started out as a developer of apps based on the Business Commerce Network, which took form as an e-procurement application combined with an e-catalogue and e-marketplace. This combination created eased supply chain management and improved transparency in the procurement processes.
With this concept, Inamart was able to gain the trust of PT Angkasa Pura I and PT Angkasa Pura II to develop and implement the aforementioned application.
In line with the growth of online learning, Inamart then developed a Learning Management System platform named KampusX in 2020. Within a year, Inamart has collaborated with Pusat Pemodelan Matematika dan Simulasi (Center for Mathematical Modelling and Simulation), Institut Teknologi Bandung (P2MS-ITB) to build Teaching Factory Network with the Kedai Reka matching fund scheme that was inititated by the Direktorat Jenderal Pendidikan Tinggi (Ditjen Dikti).
Teaching Factory Network was designed to be a central hub for college students across universities and faculties to access educational materials and online internships to support the Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka program.
Seeing that the potential of blockchain technology was in line with the Organizational Purpose of Inamart: “Empowering the Nation”, Inamart also diversifed its services into comprehensive development of blockchain techonlogy. Meaning that aside from developing blockchain for the needs of corporations and developing the technology in general, Inamart also recognizes the importance of simultaneously reducing the reliance on software developers. In order to achieve this, Inamart is also active in the education and training of blockchain development.
Training, prototyping and development have all been done for a few BUMN (State-Owned Enterprises) and private entitites such as Kopi Ketjil, an Indonesian coffee exporter to the middle east.
In the future, Inamart will continue in attempting to fully utilize the potential of Indonesians through education, research, and the implementation of new technologies for the growth of the nation.