The day after the great and significant jubilee, the Saga continues in every sense of the word. The Serbia eGovernment Initiative is organized in partnership between KOTRA and Saga. This was a great opportunity to welcome the most significant representatives of the digital transformation of Serbian society, at the Crown Plaza Hotel, to the Office of Information Technology and Electronic Government and NALED. The idea is for Saga to show that it is capable of being a bridge to existing solutions in Samsung’s land in terms of integrations and upgrades as well as implementing its own solutions. We have demonstrated this through a concrete story of the necessities, risks, and benefits that our society as a whole has if it keeps pace with the world. The importance of the event is also borne out by the fact that the CEO, Nebojsa Bjelotomic himself welcomed the audience.
Sinisa Ljubojevic spoke about DMS and concrete business implementation, demonstrating excellent knowledge of domestic opportunities, business processes, but also suggested further improvements and developments in RGZ. General security risks with examples in the modern information society were discussed by our Darko Calasan, offering concrete solutions from Saga’s portfolio within the topic “Cyber security challanges in local Cert / SoC implementation”. The “SmartCity in Practice” concept as well as the existing Saga’s solutions (from Digital Signage, through G # to Saga Telemetric System and SmartWaste Management) were introduced by another business development manager – Milutin Cvetkovic. The existence of two panel discussions enabled exchange of views between all participants while sharing views on existing opportunities and opportunities in the domestic society for both B2C and B2B business development. We organized this event with the initiative of Account Manager Danijela Filipovic and the direct support of Branko Ilic, Director of Business Development.This was an example of how Saga is proactively influencing the awareness and market formation of the most important representatives of the information society, with the aim of improving services to end users – citizens.”