Denmark’s e-Boks publishes report - UN Global Compact Communication on Progress 2018
The e-Boks UN Global Compact Communication on Progress 2018 report, published on 25 April 2019, shows the impact of the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) eDelivery Building Block in the context of the UN global compact.
e-Boks is a leading Nordic digitalisation partner, providing a secure platform for communication. e-Boks is a private partnership between Nets and PostNord (public postal office in Denmark and Sweden) and offers companies, institutions and citizens a secure platform for the digital distribution and storage of electronic messages.
e-Boks has made a concerted effort to invest in scalable digital solutions, such as the CEF eDelivery Building Block. A Connecting Europe Success Story, published in March 2018, explored how e-Boks chose to adopt CEF eDelivery to deliver secure messages across borders.
This report highlights the benefits brought about by digitalisation. This includes an estimated saving of 8 000 tonnes of paper, 60 000 trees and 2,8 billion litres of water alone in 2018, and the projections into the future are very good for the environment. e-Boks CEO Ulrik Falkner Thagesen states:
"e-Boks is an active partner with the European Commission’s Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Digital programme. In 2018, e-Boks chose to adopt CEF eDelivery as it provides highly secure and reliable messaging technology that allows the secure exchange of sensitive data among our 16 million users with over 485 million transactions annually – mainly in Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, but also in Finland, the United Kingdom and Luxembourg. eDelivery is part of our strategy to expand our business into markets such as Ireland, France, Germany, and beyond, in the coming years."
Read the report now to learn more.
CEF eDelivery helps public administrations to exchange electronic data and documents with other public administrations, businesses and citizens, in an interoperable, secure, reliable and trusted way. CEF eDelivery is one of the building blocks of the CEF programme. The CEF Building Blocks (Big Data Test Infrastructure, Context Broker, Archiving, eDelivery, eID, eInvoicing, eSignature and eTranslation) are reusable specifications, software and services that will form part of a wide variety of IT systems in different policy domains of the EU.
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