BANGKOK, 17 May 2023 – Digital transformation for businesses has gone far beyond a buzzword. However, the question is no longer whether digital can provide value, but rather how it can increase resilience and agility, and reduce cybersecurity and data privacy risk in an increasingly complex environment.

In response, PwC has embraced an asset-based services strategy – combining their traditional professional services with digital assets to deliver human-led, tech-powered solutions. As part of this strategy, PwC has launched the Asia Pacific Marketplace, the first of its kind in the region, across Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam with other territories soon to follow.

This is a digital ecosystem where their clients can explore digital solutions, built by PwC and their alliance partners, for business issues such as cybersecurity, data and analytics, digital transformation, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), organisational effectiveness, risk management, tax and upskilling. Each digital asset is created with unique, real-world perspectives and deep industry knowledge gleaned from serving the world’s largest and most complex companies.

Over 12 months, PwC’s Asia Pacific Marketplace has introduced over 160 innovative digital assets with more being added, ranging from licensed Software as a service (SaaS) products, tech-enabled services (asset-based services) to managed tech services, to the market.