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European Digital Agenda: New EU-funded project aims to lower language barriers for SMEs

February 21, 2012

Brussels, 10th October 2011
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Brussels, 10th October 2011 – As part of the European SME week that took place in Brussels and in all 27 member States, UEAPME (the European Association of Craft, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises) and ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) recently organised a high level conference on the benefits of the Digital agenda for SMEs at the European Parliament.
Hosted by Dr Paul Rübig, MEP, the event showcased and shared best practices, illustrating that the digital agenda can be used as a tool to support compliance, knowledge structuring and sharing, remove administrative burdens, help with cross-border trade and remove access to finance barriers for SMEs.
The event started with a series of case studies covering a broad range of issues for which the Digital Agenda is impacting SMEs. This included concrete examples of improved efficiency through cloud computing like the PROMIS® solution (, a „software as a service‟ supporting SMEs to be compliant with legal requirements, through integrated management, online collaboration, as well as knowledge sharing between associations, institutions and SMEs.

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