Locked content Poland’s Ministry of Digitization looks to increase e-services

According to a report in the Polish press on Wednesday, the Polish Ministry of Digitization, led by Minister Anna Streżyńska, has signed an important agreement with members of Poland’s Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications (PIIT). The goal of the deal, reports said, was to enhance...

Locked content Poles strongly against e-receipts – survey

Poles do not support the idea of unveiling electronic (digital) receipts instead of traditional ones, a new survey by pollster Ipsos revealed. As much as 66 percent of Polish citizens do not want to switch to e-receipts (44 percent of them are radically against). The majority of people are afraid of...

Locked content 30% of Poles order food online

Over 30 percent of Poles order food online two to three times a month using a  wide range of online websites and apps.  As much as 47 percent of transactions amount to more than PLN 50. Studies showed that 57 percent of Poles cook at home every day, 56 percent of them go to a restaurant…

Locked content EC accepts Polish digitization project

The European Commissioner for Regional Policy, Corina Creţu has approved the “Digital Poland” program, according to Onet.pl. It is the first Polish project approved from the 2014-2020 financial budget of the European Union.  The program is worth €2.17 billion. “Digital Poland”...