Społeczeństwo cyfrowe Polski w świetle raportu DESI 2021
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E-Invoicing and the National e-Invoicing System
On 1 January 2022, a new system for issuing and storing invoices will be launched. This is an initiative of the Ministry of Finance. Until 2023, its use will be voluntary and will bring additional benefits for entrepreneurs. For example, they can count on a faster VAT refund. Most probably, from 1 January 2023, the system will become mandatory for entrepreneurs and institutions. It is worth taking a look at it and even considering implementing it right now.
Digitalisation of public services in Europe [in regard to the report by the Unifiedpost Group]
For years, e-government, i.e. the possibility of handling public matters via the Internet, has been developing ever more dynamically in Europe. Online identification tools are also being implemented on a large scale. The COVID-19 pandemic has further intensified these activities. The Scandinavian and Baltic countries are European and world leaders in this regard. The Unifiedpost Group report shows that not all societies are willing to use these solutions yet.
Human capital is one of the four major areas described in The Digital Economy and Society Index (Digital Economy and Society Index, DESI). This annual report is the result of the monitoring carried out by the European Commission since 2014 in respect to the progress of the European Union Member States in the field of digitization. The diagnoses presented in that report direct the attention of national and EU authorities to factors that should be treated as priorities in the planned activities. What does Europe's digital society look like in the latest report? You can learn that from this article.