Learn how Estonia became one of the world’s most advanced digital societies.
Based on CNBC Report, Ninety-nine percent of public services are available online in the Baltic country of Estonia. Learn how did this nation of 1.3 million people become one of the most advanced digital societies in the world and how it underwent the journey of Digital Transformation.
e-Estonia refers to a movement by the government of Estonia to facilitate citizen interactions with the state through the use of electronic solutions. E-services created under this initiative include i-Voting, e-Tax Board, e-Business, e-Banking, e-Ticket, e-School, University via internet, the E-Governance Academy, as well as the release of several mobile applications.
Furthermore, a Freedom House report published in October 2012 states that Toomas Hendrik Ilves is the head of state of the country with the freest internet in the world. The main conclusion of this non-governmental organisation based in Washington (District of Columbia), was that there is a worldwide trend towards Internet restriction, which defines freedom in terms of access and absence of blocks on the network.
Learn Why Estonia is an Innovation Driven Digital Nation
In Estonia, more than 70% of the population has access to the web, there is a sophisticated digital ID, and setting up a business via the Internet is very simple and very convenient in terms of application and management.
Learn more about Estonia’s Digital Transformation Story from the President of Estonia Alar Karis
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