At the end of 2019, EU project “DIGITALISATION - Strategy Development Tool for the Digitalisation of SME” under Erasmus+ Programme, in which CCI Vratsa was a partner, was successfully finalized. The main goal of the project, which lasted for 2 years (01.11.2017 – 31.10.2019) and was implemented by 7 European organisations, was to develop innovative “Self-learning Tool”, available online, used directly at the workplace to prepare the strategic setting of the digitalisation process within the company and to initiate its implementation in the company’s operational processes.
In regards to the successful end of the project, CCI Vratsa would like to announce that the Online Learning Tool (which is the main project output) is now finalized and freely available online in 5 languages.
The link to the Online Learning Tool is: https://digital-transformation-tool.eu/
Here you will find useful information on how to develop your company’s individual strategy for digital transformation as well as additional materials on the different types of digital technologies. You can quickly and easily check your company’s level of digital transformation. Everyone, who would like to learn more on the topic, is also welcome to check the Process model of Digital transformation which can be downloaded in PDF (available in English) and learn more on the following topics:
- The relevance of digitalisation in today’s competitive environment
- European policies in the area of digitalisation
- Digitalisation and organisational development
- Shaping a digital process of transformation in an SME
- Changing business models
- The effects of digital transformation on a company
In the Online Learning Tool, you will find more information on the project and the participating organisations.
For more information, please contact Ventsislava Strahilova, CCI Vratsa
Tel: +359 92/660271, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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