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Directors in accordance with POJK. No 33 of 2017, since the appointment of the Board of Directors in accordance with Deed No.80 dated November 26, 2019, the responsibilities of the Board of Directors are as follows:

  1. To carry out and be responsible for the management of the Company for the interests of the Company in accordance with the aims and objectives of the Company stipulated in the Company's articles of association.

  2. Shall hold annual GMS and other GMS as regulated in the statutory regulations and the Company's articles of association.

  3. Must carry out duties and responsibilities in good faith, full of responsibility.

  4. To support the effectiveness of the implementation of duties and responsibilities in accordance with point 1, the Board of Directors can form a committee and must evaluate the performance of the Committee at the end of each year.

Scope and Responsibilities of each Board of Directors

President Director and concurrently Director of Finance 

President Director

  1. Responsible for the running of the Company's business activities.

  2. To coordinate among the Directors in the course of the Company's business activities. 

Director of Operations

  1. Assist the President Director in setting the main objectives of the Company. 

  2. Assist and set company goals and develop operational policies to achieve the goals and objectives of the Company.

  3. Assist in developing the company's budget to be submitted to the Directors for review and approval.

  4. Periodically review company departments, the company's annual budget and overall financial performance.

  5. Review all contracts and agreements before completion and execution.

  6. Negotiate and approve, under the supervision of the President Director for agreements involving the Company.

  7. Provide input to recruit, dismiss, train and direct personnel at the Head of Department level.

  8. Work with appropriate staff in negotiating large contracts and trade organizations of the Company.

  9. Assist the President Director to periodically manage the performance of management staff in implementing company objectives. 

  10. Present company reports at Directors' meetings and assist with the planning and policy making of the Committee.

Director of Finance

  1. Responsible for the financial and quality of the Company's human resources.

  2. Coordinate with the Company's Finance and Accounting Division.

  3. Coordinate with the Company's Legal Division.

  4. Coordinate with the Company's General & HR Division. 

Director of Marketing and Business Development

  1. Responsible for marketing the Company.

  2. Coordinate between the Company's marketing divisions.

  3. Responsible for developing and implementing marketing strategic plans for the achievement of the Company's goals.

  4. Responsible for creating partners to support the Company.

Technical Director

  1. Responsible for the Company's operations.

  2. Responsible for the skills and knowledge of the team that follows developments and can follow customer needs

  3. Coordinate between the Business Development and Project Management Division of the Company and also with the Legal Division of the Company to ensure that the project can run as targeted.

Director of Strategy and Corporate

  1. Responsible for evaluating and developing long-term strategic business plans in all business departments.

  2. Coordinate in the strategy management department, assist in the execution of tasks on request and ensure constant improvement of skills by the entire team.

  3. Conduct a thorough evaluation of business opportunities through potential business analysis, including competitive analysis, financial analysis, market analysis, work analysis, technology platforms and strategic compatibility.

Director of Corporate Affairs

  1. Work closely with the President Director to achieve the goals and objectives of the organization in managing communication and public relations determined by the organization's strategic planning process.

  2. Provide advice to the board and executive committee regarding the environmental conditions of the Company's operations.

  3. Develop and support strategies that support growth, organizational goals and support and support business. 

  4. Acting as a senior spokesperson and representative for the Company, organizing communication and business readiness, agreeing to all regulations and approval of shareholders.

  5. Lead, manage and lead the Corporate Affairs team, in implementing strategic policies in accordance with laws and other regulations as well as building employee capabilities and competencies. 

  6. Lead, manage and oversee the Corporate affair team, in implementing strategic policies in accordance with the laws and regulations or other regulations as well as building employee capabilities and talents.

Board of Directors


Dato Sri Mohd Sopiyan bin Mohd Rashdi

President Director


Dedet Yandrinal



Ni Wayan Sukawidiani Resi



Medisa Aris Ginanjar


Code of Ethics

Our Basic Principles

  • Comply with Laws and Regulations
    ENVY employees are personally responsible for knowing the laws, regulations and requirements relating to their respective work. Any violation of laws and regulations can result in both civil and criminal prosecution.


  • Comply with all ENVY Regulations and Policies
    All ENVY employees are required at all times to comply with the ENVY Rules. All forms of violation or non-compliance with ENVY Rules can be imposed.

  • Prevent Corruption and Bribery
    ENVY rejects all forms of corruption and bribery in all business transactions and is fully committed to complying with the applicable laws and regulations in the jurisdiction of the Republic of Indonesia.

  • Comply with Business Competition Laws
    ENVY has an interest in operating in a market that is open to competition and complies with all relevant business competition laws.

  • Role in Internal Control and Information Disclosure
    Management is responsible for ensuring Internal Control complies with ENVY policy. Compliance with financial reporting is ensured through several controls including the application of accounting principles, policies, rules and procedures as stipulated in the ENVY Instruction, Reporting and Accounting Manual, Internal Control Manual, filling in the annual internal control questionnaire and the Board of Directors checklist. The integrity of financial information and business activities is important if we want to carry out operations legally, honestly and efficiently, in accordance with applicable financial standards, such as General Principles of Accounting.

ENVY employees must manage, store, archive and destroy documents, books and records of any kind, in accordance with statutory regulations, ENVY Records Retention Policy and ENVY data privacy rules. Managers must ensure that the data recorded in the reporting system is fully compatible with the information to be published with the results of the period and with the financial position at the end of the period.

Our Basic Rules

ENVY is a company engaged in the field of information and communication technology services that has basic rules to underlie this code of conduct. Because ENVY is focused on the services provided, creating business trust with Business Partners is the most important thing for ENVY. ENVY also prioritizes the interests of customers, suppliers and contractors, sales partners, procurement by the Government and pays attention to important aspects such as anti-money laundering, conflicts of interest and gifts and gifts.

Important role in our environment

As a good and responsible corporate citizen, ENVY is well aware of the impact of every action taken. ENVY integrates environmental, social, human rights and consumer concerns into business operations and core strategies in close collaboration with its stakeholders.
ENVY applies these policies and standards in all countries where ENVY operates.

Grow the Team Spirit

ENVY has a policy to support and respect internationally recognized human rights protections, in full compliance with the United Nations Universal Declaration on Human Rights and the Basic Conventions of the International Labor Organization. In line with these principles, ENVY implements a human resource policy based on fair treatment and respect for individuals, dignity, rights and individual freedoms and promotes them within the corporate environment. Discrimination in any form will not be tolerated. ENVY promotes all forms of dialogue with each employee and their representatives.

Protect ENVY Assets

ENVY assets are not only physical or tangible objects (such as funds, inventories, patented inventions, intellectual property or computer and telephone networks); ENVY assets also include intangible objects (such as ideas, concepts or technical skills) developed by employees in their career journey for ENVY. In addition, assets also include customer and supplier lists and other market data, along with information that employees have access to as a result of their work responsibilities.         


Risk Management Policy

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