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Partnership boosts digital transition support

Partnership boosts digital transition support

By Stephanie Horsman - October 21, 2020

Actis and Docaposte are now official partners and ready to help Monegasque companies in their journeys to a digital transition with the new online platform

Monaco-based Actis, a subsidiary of the Telis Group, has joined forces with Docaposte, the digital branch of La Poste Group, to support Monaco’s companies in their digital transitions.

The website offers to “manage the professional exchanges of companies and institutions with their dedicated audiences…customers, suppliers, administrations, citizens, internal audiences, etc.” by giving companies one place to store, access, organise, sign and send documents.

The partnership brings together two reputable agencies to fulfil the same goal: helping Monaco make the leap to become a completely digital society in the coming years.

“The combination of know-how and solutions from Docaposte and Actis makes it possible to offer a secure and complete digital transition to Monegasque companies,” says Marion Soler, CEO of ACTIS. “We are delighted with this collaboration, which will bring the best to the Principality.”

Gérard Ca, Managing Agent for Docaposte, adds that his company is “delighted with this partnership which allows us to offer Monegasque companies trustworthy solutions, in full compliance with regulations.”

The website allows data to be stored in a protected cloud, which can be accessed at any time and helps classify, index and archive company paperwork, sends invoices and e-billing information through secure links, and allows for e-signatures to prevent the need for printed documents. It all makes for an easy and convenient option for many businesses looking to make the switch.

Actis has been around since 2003 providing risk prevention solutions for clients, as well as offering the first eco-responsible data centre in Monaco.

Docaposte, with 6,400 employees and nearly 70 sites in France, helps companies to optimise and digitise their business processes, as well as their customer, employee, supplier and citizen relationship paths.



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