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A digital workout for public authorities

There are still plenty of familiar faces to be found at the new CeBIT and one of them, MACH AG, is taking on the task of getting public authorities fit for the upcoming digital transformation.

04 Apr. 2018
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MACH AG

Among the aims the newly installed German government has set itself is the ambitious task of digitizing public authorities and launching an online citizen portal to speed up a whole host of procedures. However, it's not just about making life easier for citizens - public bodies also need to harness these new opportunities to put them on a more future-proof footing. And when it comes to getting organizations into shape, MACH AG has long been one of the first ports of call. The company has been helping public bodies to modernize on the basis of IT-supported processes for more than 30 years and is staging a whole range of events at CEBIT 2018 in Hannover to get visitors up to speed with the digital transformation in administration.

"This year, at CEBIT, we want to talk to visitors about how they can use digitization to move mountains in their organization," says Arne Baltissen, Markets Director at MACH AG, "With more than a thousand projects under our belt, we know there is always an alternative route to the summit that could be more suitable and economical for your requirements. Come and talk to us about how we can make your climb to digital heights easier."

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Mach AG (23558 Lübeck, Germany), Hall 14, Stand H58
Website: www.mach.de