Digital Regions Week forums within the framework of the Ukrainian week of regional digital transformation are held in 8 regions of Ukraine. The event was organized on the initiative of the Ministry of Digital Affairs and with the support of the Swiss-Ukrainian EGAP Program, implemented by the Eastern Europe Foundation.
Representatives of communities, small and medium-sized businesses, IT clusters, authorities and local self-governments gathered at Digital Regions Week. They discussed possible digital solutions for communities, how communities can become digital and where to start.
In its development, MTB Bank focuses on online services, working in paperless mode (without queues and pieces of paper), implementation of remote banking services. Therefore, specialists of MTB Bank took part in the Cherkasy and Ternopil forums, where they shared their experience of accelerating the digitalization of financial processes during the war.
Valeriya Ionan, Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation for European Integration, who delivered a report at regional forums, emphasized:
- If we look at the status in 2019 and 2021 or 2022, the situation has changed a lot. We launched a subvention for the Internet, to which many communities joined, launched the project "Action. Digital education", within which computers were transferred for libraries in communities. This made it possible to create hubs in communities, and people who do not have a computer at home could come and use the services. There was also a subvention for the creation or reconstruction of TsNAPs. With the beginning of the war, we launched new services in Diya.
MTB Bank has already opened a branch in Cherkasy and plans to open one in Ternopil and other cities in western and central Ukraine. It is the western and central regions that are the bank's development priority, the top management of which believes that these regions are, so to speak, the "growth zone" of the country's economy, and MTB Bank is making efforts in this direction.
MTB Bank took an active part in the campaign
A Memorandum of Cooperation between Cherkas City Hall and MTB Bank was signed
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