Czech Republic is about ten years behind the digitalization of public administration, while Estonia, on the other hand, is a model for the world. Except for marriage, divorce and property purchase, there is no official act in this small Baltic country of 1.3 million people that cannot be done online. Even small children learn about robotics there. Marten Kaevats, a former digitalization advisor to the local government, claims that this transformation is not so much a matter of new technologies as of people's willingness to work with them.
Does digitization also help companies?