Yogyakarta, July 11th – 23rd, 2022
Singapore Management University (SMU) School of Accountancy held an Accounting Masters Online Data Camp on the topic “Digital Transformation & Financial Analytics using Python.” The activity was successfully held online on July 11th-23rd, 2022. The aim of this event are to provide participants with an introduction and learning about Python-based coding applied to analyze the capital market, develop digital transformation strategy capabilities using the business model canvas, introduce data analysis programs accounting, and discuss developments in the accounting industry.
According to the target, the event attended by 25 participants with an interest in accounting data analysis, which consisted of students and professionals from five countries, namely the Philippines, India, Indonesia, China, and Singapore. In particular, the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada, sent two students from the Master of Science in Accounting Study Program to participate in the activity, Bena Belatin Sudarman (Financial Concentration) and Dian Agustina (Information Systems Concentration).
This training activity divided into nine learning sessions consisting of three types activities, namely material delivery, practice, and group presentations. Various topics presented were Digital Transformation and Business Models, Introduction to Python Programming, Stock Market Financial Analytics and Data Visualization, The Future of Accounting, and Application for Finance. There were two webinar sessions in this training activity, namely the first webinar on the topic of Digital Disruption & Business Model Canvas and the second webinar on the topic of Optimizing Cyber Risk in the Era of Accounting 4.0. All material is delivered based on SMU’s unique teaching system, namely the pedagogical learning style. The practice sessions honed the participants’ skills and certainly fun to follow.
The training totally lasted for 21 hours, each session attended by all participants with great enthusiasm. Entertainment like interesting quizzes also provided, where Bena Belatin Sudarman became one of Kahoot Winners. At the final session, there was a presentation session by the participants. Based on the results of this training assessment, Bena Belatin Sudarman’s group succeeded in being included in the “Best Groups” category along with two other groups. The award received by Bena’s group for successfully presenting a final project applying useful ideas and insights on the Business Canvas Model, financial analysis using Python, and analysis of accounting data learned in the course. This is a matter of pride for the Master of Science Program. Bena’s achievement can also motivate his colleagues. The training session ended with a group photo. (Y)