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A digital platform to simplify administrative procedures for companies.

2021-04-13T12:11:05.517Z

A new digital platform intended to “ continuously simplify ” the administrative procedures of companies, was launched on Tuesday. Read also: Business start-ups are on the rise again in February It should make it possible to " remove obstacles to innovation and strengthen the means of the administration to provide project leaders with secure and rapid responses ", declared the Minister of Transfo



A new digital platform intended to “

continuously simplify

” the administrative procedures of companies, was launched on Tuesday.

Read also: Business start-ups are on the rise again in February

It should make it possible to "

remove obstacles to innovation and strengthen the means of the administration to provide project leaders with secure and rapid responses

", declared the Minister of Transformation and the Public Service Amélie de Montchalin, presenting online the device to the press alongside Alain Griset, Minister Delegate for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises.

Overcome the difficulties until June 30

Called "

public service + companies

" and hosted by servicepublic.fr, this platform should allow company managers to report their "

blockages

" and "

difficulties

" in order to help them on a daily basis without waiting for the end of procedures sometimes "

too long. , too heavy or too complex

”.

Concretely, by June 30, all companies facing difficulties are invited to report them to the administration via the platform.

Among the recurring blockages, the Minister cited "

the lack of knowledge of the regulatory system that prevents getting started

", "

forms

", "

procedures

" or "

deadlines

", often taken "

as inevitable

".

Among the upcoming simplifications to "

help those who innovate

" and in particular "

start-ups

", the Minister cited the "

dematerialization of certification

", the delegation of power with a "

unique identification, a single password for the 'all the procedures

'.

Read also: Why business start-ups are progressing

Some companies have also already been able, she said, to benefit from "

exemptions

" on "

the use and sharing of data

" in particular.

Mr. Griset cited the case of a company "

for the treatment of

used

masks

" used against Covid-19.

Source: lefigaro

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