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Monaco plans to catch up on e-services

Monaco plans to catch up on e-services

By Staff Writer - June 24, 2018

Frédéric Genta, Interministerial Delegate in charge of digital transition in Monaco, said on Friday, June 22, that the strategy for the Principality’s ambitious digital plans must include the provision of better e-services.

Club de L'Eco, chaired by Frédéric Genta.
Club de L’Eco, chaired by Frédéric Genta.

Speaking at the Nice-Matin eco-club, in the presence of the Minister of State, Mr Genta said that the digital plan is “a subject that affects everyone today and is at the heart of what Monaco will be like tomorrow.

“Monaco has what it takes to succeed in terms of resources and funding, it is a tool that will further increase the country’s prosperity.”

“The Principality has good infrastructure in general and shows a real willingness to move forward but is lagging behind in solutions and e-services. We will propose a strategy serving users and businesses using the strengths of Monaco that will be further strengthened and developed. Our vision for three years’ time is to have achieved a smart city and a fully connected country,” he said.

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