10 Moldovan companies will evaluate and improve their digital readiness, guided by ICT mentors, through a program implemented by ATIC and OPTIM
OPTIM Project and ATIC have signed a new collaboration agreement and launched a program for the development of SMEs in Moldova. Local companies can apply for free to the “Digital Evaluation Program of SMEs" in order to evaluate and refine their digital readiness, skills, and infrastructure.
In order to keep up with the new trends in the rapidly evolving technological landscape, OPTIM Project and the Association of ICT Companies in Moldova (ATIC) have launched a free program that comes to help local companies assess their knowledge and level of digital training. 10 Moldovan companies, in particular, in the agrifood sector, who want a deep understanding of their current digital capabilities to improve their digital strategies, processes and infrastructure, will benefit from:
Benchmarking and best practices
Networking & Collaboration
Under this program, the selected companies will acquire a clear picture of their strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for improvement. This exchange of experience will open the way to new knowledge and best practices in the technology field that beneficiaries will take over from leading companies and qualified specialists in the ICT industry.
As well, beneficiaries will be supported and mentored directly by 2 digital experts. At the end of the program, the participants will benefit from the implementation of a digital solution, the cost of which will be supported by the donors.
This program is implemented with the support of OPTIM Project, supported by Switzerland and Helvetas.