EGOPRISE (INTERREG IVB)

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EGOPRISE (INTERREG IVB)
Projektleitung Gunnar Prause , Prof. Dr. math.
Kürzel
Projektbeginn 16. September 2009
Projektabschluss 31. Dezember 2012
Projektpartner 22 Partner aus DE, LV, LT, EE, FI, SE, DK und BY
Projektbeteiligte Hochschule Wismar ,
Projektmittel
Mittelgeber Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007 - 2013, ERDF / ENPI
Fakultät(en) Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Forschungsschwerpunkte(e) Management und Recht, IT-Systeme und Medien
Hyperlink http://www.egoprise.eu

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The overall aim of Egoprise is to turn public administrations in rural BSR areas to more business oriented service suppliers, to relieve SMEs from administrative burdens, improve their access to information & qualified staff and as a consequence to increase attractiveness of rural areas as places to live, work & invest in. BACKGROUND:E-government potentials are not exploited so far: The development is technology driven & not targeted at the business sector. The workflow of public bodies is adjusted to internal requirements & not to make best use of e-gov. for customers’ benefit. Multilateral interoperability is not considered. To overcome these shortcomings a transnational cooperation is necessary OBJECTIVE:Egoprise improves workflows & develops interoperable e-gov. solutions to:
a) make public administrations more service oriented for enterprises
b) simplify the employment process of (foreign) labour for SMEs &
c) provide SMEs easier entrance into public & business networks
The transnational PARTNERSHIP with focus on DE; FI, DK, EE & LV reflects:
a) National back-up by integrating legislative bodies & political decision makers
b) Cross-Sectorality by integrating diff. public levels & umbrella organisations
a) Scientific qualification by involving research & training organisation
d) Practicability by involving the private sector from the very beginning
Summary of ACTIVITIES & MAIN OUTPUTS:
a) Surveys to identify the demand of SMEs for improved procedures with the public sector (business registration, employment processes, etc.)
b) Analyse workflows in administrations for inefficiencies & frictions
c) Recommend workflow changes, cross-check their practicability, implement them in pilot regions
d) Develop & implement multilateral interoperable ICT services (e.g. business registration)
e) Eliminate red tape in procedures & establish virtual/physical service capacities to facilitate employment processes of (foreign) labour for SMEs.