Nordic Smart Government will define the requirements to an ecosystem with a service environment with multiple databased services made possible due to integrated digital solutions.
The ecosystem consists of public and private systems handling financial and economic data used by the SMEs in various ERP systems, which support their business administration such as transactions and reporting to government authorities, as well as access to financial information for counterparts.
The data is already in the SMEs ERP systems thus the aim is not to provide any governmental database. The focus is on creating coherence between systems for efficient use and reuse of data. This means that the digital systems and solutions must apply standardised interfaces (APIs), which make them able to share data automatically.
The ecosystem provides (almost) real time, detailed, structured and historical data on demand, and thus serves the different needs for data in both business and government decisions. Data will be available real time and thus the ecosystem will facilitate the development of new data-based products and services that can create value for both public and private actors. This implies for example the possibility of real time VAT-reporting.
Benefits for SMEs
Benefits for authorities
Benefits for financial institutions and other stakeholders