According to the ADB:
The transaction TA facility will support the development of digital transformations, i.e., the process of using digital technologies to create new or enhance existing business processes, culture, and customer experiences to accommodate evolving business and market requirements. This TA is intended to catalyze increased digital transformations in infrastructure across ADB's developing member countries through private sector's involvement in delivering sustainable infrastructure and services. Digital transformation inherently requires private sector participation for increased efficiency and ability to respond quickly to changing digital needs and to innovate. Digital transformation could be applied across multiple sectors such as transport, energy, education, urban and wastewater, health and social sector. Some examples of digital technology-based projects and services are information-communication technology infrastructure, automated fare collection systems across integrated multi-modal urban transportation, automated vehicle locations (e.g., in bus rapid transit), smart traffic management, e-government services, healthcare screening and e-health platforms, digital identification technologies, digital payments etc.
Responsible ADB Officers:
Rachel Yew - Senior Operations Coordination Specialist, Office of Public–Private Partnership
Amer A. Chowdhury, Senior Public-Private Partnership Specialist, Office of Public–Private Partnership
No contacts available at the time of disclosure.
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