Elang Mahkota Teknologi

PT Elang Mahkota Teknologi Tbk (commonly known as Emtek) is an Indonesian technology, telecommunication and media conglomerate and headquartered in Jakarta. As of 2013, it is Indonesia’s second largest media company.[1] It is the parent company for subsidiaries which include terrestrial television subscription NexMedia and three television networksSCTV, Indosiar and O Channel. It was established in 1983 by Eddy K. Sariaatmadja. Currently, the company is headed by Alvin W. Sariaatmadja as its President Director.[2]

PT Elang Mahkota Teknologi Tbk
Emtek
Formerly
Elang Mahkota Komputer (1983-1997)
Public
Traded asIDXEMTK
ISINID1000113905 Edit this on Wikidata
Industry
Founded1983; 37 years ago (1983)
FounderEddy K. Sariaatmadja
HeadquartersJakarta, Indonesia
Key people
Alvin W. Sariaatmadja
(President Director)
Products
Services
RevenueIncrease Rp 7.368 trillion (2016)
Decrease Rp 385.1 billion (2016)
Total assetsIncrease Rp 20.376 trillion (2016)
OwnersSariaatmadja family (38% voting power)
Number of employees
5,638 (2009)
SubsidiariesSurya Citra Media
Websitewww.emtek.co.id

HistoryEdit

In 1998, PT Elang Mahkota Teknologi Komputer evolved to PT Elang Mahkota Teknologi Indonesia.[3] On 2 August 2004, the company established a local television station – O Channel, along with the MRA Media Group. In 2007, Emtek took full control of the station. In 2008, the group took control of Surya Citra Media (SCTV). In November 2011, Emtek launched a subscription TV channel, named NexMedia. Emtek as an Official Broadcaster of the 2018 Asian Games for the Indonesian Olympic Committee.[4]

Corporate governanceEdit

As of 31 October 2019, Emtek ownership is as follows:

  • Eddy Kusnadi Sariaatmadja (24.91%)
  • Fofo Sariaatmadja (5.38%)
  • Susanto Suwarto (12.62%)
  • PT Adikarsa Sarana (11.89%)
  • Piet Yaury (8.85%)
  • PT Prima Visualindo (8.15%)
  • Archipelago Investment Pte Ltd (8.07%)
  • shareholder (20.13%)

ExecutivesEdit

  • Eddy Kusnadi Sariaatmadja (President Commissioner)
  • Sutanto Hartono (President Director)
  • Alvin Widarta Sariaatmadja (Director)
  • Yuslinda Nasution (Director: Solution Operation)[5]
  • Susanto Suwarto (Commissioner)

Business unitsEdit

MediaEdit

  • Surya Citra Media
    • SCTV
    • Indosiar
    • Vidio.com
    • Nex Parabola
    • Screenplay Productions
      • Screenplay Films
      • Screenplay Infinite Films
    • SinemArt
    • Indonesia Entertainmen Group
      • Indonesia Entertainmen Studio
      • Indonesia Entertainmen Produksi
    • DreamToon
    • Digital Rantai Maya
    • Stream Entertainment
    • KapanLagi Youniverse
      • KapanLagi.com
      • Liputan6.com
      • Bintang.com
      • Bola.com
      • Bola.net
      • Famous.id
      • Dream.co.id
      • Brilio.net
      • Fimela.com
      • Vemale.com
      • Merdeka.com
      • Otosia.com
      • Sooperboy.com
  • O Channel
    • O Shop
  • Karir.com
  • Lakupon
  • Bukalapak
  • Rumah.com
  • Oto.com
  • Reservasi.com
  • HijUp
  • Bobobobo
  • BrideStory
  • Home Tester Club
  • Kudo
  • SuitMedia
  • Elang Sejahtera Mandiri
  • EDIK
  • Doku
  • Media Komunika Teknologi
    • KlikDokter.com
    • Klik-Apotek.com
  • Eye Indonesia

SolutionsEdit

  • Abhimata Citra Abadi
    • Rintis Lingkar Nusantara
  • Abhimata Persada
    • Indopay
  • Abhimata Mediatama
  • Tangara Mitrakom
  • Ekaprasarana Primatel
  • Sakalaguna Semesta
  • I'm Shop
  • Astika Gerbang Timur

Connectivity and othersEdit

  • Bitnet Komunikasindo
  • Elang Medika Corpora
  • Primedia Solusi Pratama
  • Elang Graha Propertindo
  • Indosurya Menara Bersama
  • Elang Media Visitama
  • Binary Ventura Indonesia
  • Akademi Televisi Indonesia

CSREdit

  • Yayasan Pundi Amal Peduli Kasih
  • Yayasan Puteri Indonesia

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "PT Elang Mahkota Teknologi trading at low volume". Bloomberg Businessweek. 5 July 2013.
  2. ^ "Board of Directors". Emtek. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
  3. ^ "PT ELANG MAHKOTA TEKNOLOGI Tbk Annual Report 2012" (PDF). Emtek.
  4. ^ "VIDEO: Emtek Sebagai Official Broadcaster Asian Games 2018!". Bola.com. 8 January 2018.
  5. ^ [1]

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