The implementation of electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) depends on the needs, goals, and size of an…
A former and current chairman of TIEKE’s Board of Directors see that international networks are what we need to most effectively build a competitive and people-oriented digital society.
The Ministry of Finance has chosen TIEKE as a partner in a government programme project to set national policies for the development of programming interfaces.
TIEKE and its partners have launched a project, NGOs Imparting Knowledge Economy in Rural Areas, to survey third sector organisations as users and promoters of digitalisation locally and regionally.
Alongside technological innovations, we need a strong vision on how to utilise developed technology in a manner in line with our shared values.
Artificial intelligence, data and high-speed networks are needed for making the circular economy a reality, for carbon balance monitoring, for the implementation of low-emission transport, work and housing, and for supporting climate action by citizens. At the same time, however, the environmental load of digitalisation must be reduced.
The world’s data centres generate as much CO2 as air traffic. Transferring waste heat to the district heating network is a partial solution – many other measures are also needed.
This training project aids the participant to understand the meaning of strategic planning in competence-based learning.
The annual survey examines the status of Finnish non-profit organisations in the areas of digitalisation, communication and the use of social media.