The K & ISS call is still open: digital self assessment, online training and consulting services to implement the digital transformation of SMEs.
The SMEs of Lazio they have until June 30 to participate in the project K&ISS – Knowledge & Innovation Sharing System, an initiative promoted by the Lazio Region together with Lazio Innova to support companies on their way to digital transformation, through self-assessment initiatives, training and assistance services.
In fact, SMEs can obtain the report of assessment digitale and participate in the activities of online training on digital issues, by sending your application to benefit from the assistance service provided for 60 selected companies.
The stages of the route are as follows:
- fill in the questionnaire digital self-assessment by 30 June, obtaining a report indicating one’s positioning in terms of digital maturity;
- participate in online training activities, accessible by all companies that have correctly completed the compilation of the Questionnaire (asynchronous training video pills lasting 1 hour on issues related to digital transformation and synchronous webinars lasting 2 hours on key issues, including organizational change through digitization, the design of digital services, project management, company data analysis, IT security);
- apply for the consulting and digital coaching service, aimed at identifying possible interventions to face the challenges of the market and overcome the criticalities that have emerged.
Digital SMEs and post-Covid scenarios
The meeting entitled “The digitization of Lazio’s SMEs“: An open discussion between institutions and the business world focused on the digitization of production realities in the post-Covid scenarios.
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