According to Ansip, businesses that want to operate in several EU countries, should be able to fill all the official papers only in one country of Europe. A pilot project in cooperation with the administrative institutions, which apply a similar principle disposability for international companies, will be launched this year.
"Many sectors of the economy very quickly entered into the digital era as part of the use of technologies and working methods. But there are traditional sectors such as construction, steel manufacturing, food processing or textile industry, where the transition does not flow so glibly. The same trends relevant to many small and medium entrepreneurs", — quotes the Estonian Commissioner rus.delfi.ee.
According to Ansip, according to recent studies, income of the industry in Europe thanks to the digitalization of goods and services over the next five years will grow by more than 110 billion euros a year. But innovation requires investment, and competition to attract private investors in the sector of digital innovation around the world hard. "We can't afford to keep up with the others!" — said the Commissioner.
Relying on the existing infrastructure, the EU plans to create a "European cloud" — a unique platform that will allow you to share and use large volumes of data.
"First access cloud get scholars whose works contribute to the European economy and help to solve world problems such as the Ebola epidemic and Zeke. Over time we will expand the user base for entrepreneurs and public sector. But the digital world needs to take not only the industry and scientists. The public service and in the end taxpayers will benefit too much from reduced administrative costs and more efficient services," — said Vice-President of the EC.
To facilitate the transition to a model of e-governments of the European Union is preparing a number of measures that will help EU countries to develop the administrative proceedings in digital format (registration of entrepreneurs, accounting, signing documents, etc.).