Digital Policy Round Table: The Future of Cross-Border e-Services in the Baltic Sea Region

On 10 Dec 2019, DIGINNO organized a policy seminar in Helsinki to discuss the challenges related to well functioning digital cross-border services for business. Thematic focus was on how these services can be provided to improve interoperability. A key aim was to present and discuss policy proposals developed in DIGINNO WP3 show case work with eG2B solutions. The seminar was opened by Finland’s Ministry of Finance, followed by presentations from the project and inspirational inputs/comments from the European Commission, business and national policymakers. Among statements were: Business needs concrete business cases based on real problems that demonstrate (economic) benefits for cross-border

DIGINNO-Proto e-CMR prototype is taking off

DIGINNO-Proto e-CMR Project group from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland gathered today in Tallinn. In cooperation with the relevant public sector organizations (Tax and Customs Board, Police, etc.), the e-CMR project will create a prototype for an e-governance-compatible digital real-time ecosystem for paperless international logistics data exchange between Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland. At the meeting, the first steps were taken towards creating a technical specification for an e-CMR prototype for piloting a real-time digital freight corridor from Estonia to Poland. A call for tenders for the prototype is planned to commence at the end of January 2020. Despite the existence o

#DIGINNObest: Valmieras Stikla Šķiedra - Centralized Management of Business Processes

AS Valmieras Stikla Šķiedra and its subsidiaries are one of the leading glass fiber manufacturers in Europe, with more than 55 years of experience in the production of glass fiber. Glass fibre production Valmiera Glass Group's core business areas are glass fiber research, glass fiber product development, production, and trade. The group companies are located on two continents in three countries: Latvia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. As a major international producer of glass fiber fabrics for many technical applications, group operates a quality control system that fulfills strict international requirements for a variety of industrial markets including composites, thermal and t

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