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Nataša Sekulić, President Of The E-Government Alliance Within NALED And IBM Country Leader For Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia & Albania:

The Cure For Bureaucracy

In a country in which a medium-sized bank prints 11 million papers a year, the retail chain spends 150,000 euros on the storage of documentation, shelves of state institutions reach length of several tens of kilometers, and citizens have to bring payment slips at the counters to prove that they paid the fee, the only way out from bureaucracy is the development of e-government

e-Business – The Only Cure For Bureaucracy

In a country where a medium-sized bank prints 11 million papers a year, a retail chain spends €150,000 on storing documents, shelves in state institutions reach into dozens of kilometres, and ordinary people have to show pay slips at official counters to prove that they have paid the fee, the only way out of bureaucracy is the development of e-business

Nataša Sekulić, President of the E-Government Alliance and IBM Country Leader for Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Albania

E-Government Is One Condition For A Successful Economy

Serbia has begun digitalisation of the state administration and it is my belief that this trend will continue in future, benefiting both businesses and the general public
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