The Digital Decade policy programme outlines extensive targets and objectives for the EU's digital transformation until 2030. Within this framework, the Digital Compass for the Digital Decade delineates four concrete targets, one of them focused on business digitalisation. The target sets the EU's ambition in areas related to tech uptake, scale-ups & unicorns, and late adopters.
In support of monitoring progress towards these targets, PPMI is launching a study for DG CNECT titled 'Digitalisation of Business in the EU Member States: Initiatives, Impacts, and Contribution to the Digital Decade 2023-2026'. The main objective of the study is to establish a robust annual monitoring system designed to report on national and regional strategies aimed at business digitalisation and the overall performance of EU Member States and their regions.
In line with this objective, the study team will produce annual country reports assessing Member States' progress towards the achievement of Digital Compass targets on the digital transformation of businesses. Country-specific recommendations for possible improvements will be provided based on these assessments. The study team will also produce annual cross-country analysis reports to support the exchange of best practices between Member States and to identify potential measures that can be taken at the EU level to further support the digitalisation of businesses. Finally, the study findings will be disseminated at dedicated annual events.
The study will provide valuable support to the European Commission by providing up-to-date and detailed information for monitoring Member States' progress towards achieving the Digital Decade targets for business digitalisation.
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