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Our Team

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PT. Adaptiva Sinergi Asia was established because of our concern with the increasing number of consultants who did not emphasize the values and principles of Agile, Scrum and Kanban in Indonesia. These consultants do not emphasize the humanization of the people behind the creative industry and only emphasize mechanics in the presence of management and organization leaders. It causes misperceptions from the business perspective and often victimizes its workers. The results are skepticism about Agile from the business side as well as the creative workers themselves who are actually very humanizing its people compared to mechanics practices.


PT. Adaptiva Sinergi Asia is founded on integrity, which means we are willing to take risks to be open to create a good collaboration to pursue agility. We do not deny that improving agility is not a simple work, it is complex but yet achievable.

Fun facts, some of our clients told us, what makes us different is our approach has Indonesian taste. "You know, I think it's more suitable for our people here. The language, the gesture, the culture which may not seem like an obstacle at first, but I think it helps to speed up the process".

Well, let's say that is one of our value proposition.


Filipus Tian
Filipus Septian
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Ivan Darmawan
Ivan Darmawan
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Joshua Partogi
Joshua Partogi
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Jessica Stella
Jessica Stella
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Independent Partners

Dayu Bagus
Dayu Bagus
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Rudi Rahadian
Rudi Rahadian
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Yusuf Kurniawan
Yusuf Kurniawan
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Najla Seff
Najla Seff
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Dinar Trifiana
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Our Partner

In achieving its vision to see a humane and integrity software delivery ecosystem in Indonesia, we collaborating with other organizations that share the same expectations regarding the software delivery ecosystem in Indonesia.


PT Scrum Asia Pacific began providing training since 2008, long before other companies were involved in Scrum and Agile training. PT Scrum Asia Pacific stands to teach companies in Indonesia to be adaptive to change and humanize software delivery practitioners using the Scrum framework. As a pioneer in Scrum training in Indonesia, PT Scrum Asia Pacific has already had an impact by changing the way companies in Indonesia to deliver software to their customers and have the richest experience among other similar companies. As a pioneer, PT Scrum Asia Pacific has provided training to various types of companies ranging from 5 of the Top-10 Banks in Indonesia, telecommunications companies, State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) and government institutions.

In addition to being a pioneer in Scrum training, PT Scrum Asia Pacific has also written the first Scrum book in Indonesian entitled Modern Management with Scrum, which has inspired many software delivery practitioners to help make a difference in Indonesia's software delivery ecosystem. PT Scrum Asia Pacific is also a member of the first and only Professional Training Network in Indonesia. As a member of the Professional Training Network, it means that PT Scrum Asia Pacific is a trusted company in delivering international quality Scrum training in Indonesia.

Our Collaboration

The organizations that trust us to join the collaboration

DJKN Kementrian Keuangan
Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi
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Badan Kepegawaian Negara
BP Tapera
Badan Pusat Statistik
Bank Negara Indonesia
Bank Rakyat Indonesia
Bank Jago
Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional Syariah
Bussan Auto Finance
Allianz Life Indonesia
Home Credit Indonesia
XL Axiata
Telkom Corporate University
Telkom Sigma
Sampoerna Tbk
Keppel Land
Trimgah Sekuritas Aset Management
IDN Times
Institute Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
STIKOM Surabaya
Advance Innovations
Praisindo Teknologi
Jatis Mobile
Xuenn Software Solution
Equine Global
MTS Indonesia

Feel called to join the collaboration

Let's meet, make it informal with a cup of coffee, how's that sound?

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