Friday, March 03, 2006

E-revolution forces Danes online

According to a recent BBC News post, Denmark is forcing its citizens online, making it one of the world's most advanced e-societies:

"Since the beginning of February, for instance, companies dealing with state institutions must submit their invoices electronically.

Around 15 million transactions that the state previously handled in paper are now managed electronically - with huge benefits.

"We have made savings in the public sector of around 100m euros (£68.5m)," says Claus Juhl, from the government's Digital Task Force."

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