Under the guidance and support of the Crown Prince .. The National Committee issues the digital transformation report

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It highlights the efforts of government agencies that have combined to activate digital initiatives in various sectors

Under the direct guidance and support of His Royal Highness Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Public Investment Fund, the National Digital Transformation Committee issued the National Digital Transformation Report for 2019, which highlights the most important achievements of digital transformation in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, where digital transformation is a key enabler for achieving the Kingdom’s 2030 vision for an ambitious homeland: a vibrant society and a thriving economy.

The report highlights the distinguished efforts of government agencies that have joined forces to activate digital initiatives and achievements in various sectors by adopting digital transformation in its various fields, contributing to finding sustainable digital job opportunities and accelerating digital transformation across different sectors, as well as preparing for the next stage of growth, increasing local content, and increasing The contribution of the digital economy to GDP.

The report includes a set of distinguished accomplishments and initiatives in all sectors; most notably: In the smart government sector, where more than 26 million operations were carried out on the “Absher” platform, with an estimated financial saving of 15 billion riyals annually, and more than 44 million operations were implemented in the service of “Unified National Access”.

On the civil service level, more than 3 million citizens benefited from the electronic services provided on the platform, the time for end of service procedures was reduced to 48 hours, while more than 3 million shipments were delivered via the national address.

In the justice sector, the concept of a paperless court was achieved through a 75 percent reduction in paper use and by 179 operating court systems for the electronic system.

As for the digital health sector, more than 36 million appointments were booked on the “appointment” platform, and more than 11 million residents of the Kingdom were registered in the “unified health file”.

In the digital education sector, more than 36 million certificates were saved to the “Noor” system.

While in the digital culture and tourism sector, more than 200,000 electronic visas were issued from the tourist visa platform.

In the digital architecture sector, 3 million homes were covered by fiber optics, and over 300,000 homes were covered by wireless broadband networks.

The Kingdom also achieved the results of these achievements with a noticeable progress in the international indicators, as the Kingdom was the most advanced and reformed, according to the Ease of Doing Business report, as the Kingdom ranked third globally for the largest fifth generation networks, and among the countries of the twenty achieved the Kingdom ranked second in the liberalization of frequency bands.

The Kingdom’s ranking in the index of starting and doing business in the World Bank report has increased from 141 rank to 38 globally, the Kingdom has also ranked third among the G20 countries in technical governance, and Riyadh ranked 30th for smart and sustainable cities according to the evaluation of the United Nations Organization.

The Kingdom also ranked 13th globally in the average internet speed, making the mobile Internet speed 50.80MB / s, while the fixed internet download speeds in the Kingdom achieved 50.68MB / s.

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Under the guidance and support of the Crown Prince … the National Committee issues the report of digital transformation and reveals the achievements

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Under the direct guidance and support of His Royal Highness Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Public Investment Fund, the National Digital Transformation Committee issued the National Digital Transformation Report for 2019, which highlights the most important achievements of digital transformation in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, where digital transformation is a key enabler for achieving the Kingdom’s 2030 vision for an ambitious homeland: a vibrant society and a thriving economy.

The report highlights the distinguished efforts of government agencies that have joined forces to activate digital initiatives and achievements in various sectors by adopting digital transformation in its various fields, contributing to finding sustainable digital job opportunities and accelerating digital transformation across different sectors, as well as preparing for the next stage of growth, increasing local content, and increasing The contribution of the digital economy to GDP.

The report includes a set of distinguished accomplishments and initiatives in all sectors; most notably: In the smart government sector, where more than 26 million operations were carried out on the “Absher” platform, with an estimated financial saving of 15 billion riyals annually, and more than 44 million operations were implemented in the service of “Unified National Access”.

On the civil service level, more than 3 million citizens benefited from the electronic services provided on the platform, the time for end of service procedures was reduced to 48 hours, while more than 3 million shipments were delivered via the national address.

In the justice sector, the concept of a paperless court was achieved through a 75 percent reduction in paper use and by 179 operating court systems for the electronic system.

As for the digital health sector, more than 36 million appointments were booked on the “appointment” platform, and more than 11 million residents of the Kingdom were registered in the “unified health file”.

In the digital education sector, more than 36 million certificates were saved to the “Noor” system.

While in the digital culture and tourism sector, more than 200,000 electronic visas were issued from the tourist visa platform.

In the digital architecture sector, 3 million homes were covered by fiber optics, and over 300,000 homes were covered by wireless broadband networks.

The Kingdom also achieved the results of these achievements with a noticeable progress in the international indicators, as the Kingdom was the most advanced and reformed, according to the Ease of Doing Business report, as the Kingdom ranked third globally for the largest fifth generation networks, and among the countries of the twenty achieved the Kingdom ranked second in the liberalization of frequency bands.

The Kingdom’s ranking in the index of starting and doing business in the World Bank report has increased from 141 rank to 38 globally, the Kingdom has also ranked third among the G20 countries in technical governance, and Riyadh ranked 30th for smart and sustainable cities according to the evaluation of the United Nations Organization.

The Kingdom also ranked 13th globally in the average internet speed, making the mobile Internet speed 50.80MB / s, while the fixed internet download speeds in the Kingdom achieved 50.68MB / s.

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It highlights the efforts of government agencies that have joined forces to activate digital initiatives in various sectors

Under the direct guidance and support of His Royal Highness Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Public Investment Fund, the National Digital Transformation Committee issued the National Digital Transformation Report for 2019, which highlights the most important achievements of digital transformation in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, where digital transformation is a key enabler for achieving the Kingdom’s 2030 vision for an ambitious homeland: a vibrant society and a thriving economy.

The report highlights the distinguished efforts of government agencies that have joined forces to activate digital initiatives and achievements in various sectors by adopting digital transformation in its various fields, contributing to finding sustainable digital job opportunities and accelerating digital transformation across different sectors, as well as preparing for the next stage of growth, increasing local content, and increasing The contribution of the digital economy to GDP.

The report includes a set of distinguished achievements and initiatives in all sectors; most notably: In the smart government sector, where more than 26 million operations were carried out on the “Absher” platform, with an estimated financial saving of 15 billion riyals annually, and more than 44 million operations were implemented in the service of “Unified National Access”.

On the civil service level, more than 3 million citizens benefited from the electronic services provided on the platform, the time for end of service procedures was reduced to 48 hours, while more than 3 million shipments were delivered via the national address.

In the justice sector, the concept of a paperless court was achieved through a 75 percent reduction in paper use and by 179 operating court systems for the electronic system.

As for the digital health sector, more than 36 million appointments were booked on the “appointment” platform, and more than 11 million residents of the Kingdom were registered in the “unified health file”.

In the digital education sector, more than 36 million certificates were saved to the “Noor” system.

While in the digital culture and tourism sector, more than 200,000 electronic visas were issued from the tourist visa platform.

In the digital architecture sector, 3 million homes were covered by fiber optics, and over 300,000 homes were covered by wireless broadband networks.

The Kingdom also achieved the results of these achievements with a noticeable progress in the international indicators, as the Kingdom was the most advanced and reformed, according to the Ease of Doing Business report, as the Kingdom ranked third globally for the largest fifth generation networks, and among the countries of the twenty achieved the Kingdom ranked second in the liberalization of frequency bands.

The Kingdom’s ranking in the index of starting and doing business in the World Bank report increased from 141 rank to 38 globally, the Kingdom also ranked third among the G20 countries in technical governance, and Riyadh ranked 30th for smart and sustainable cities according to the evaluation of the United Nations Organization.

The Kingdom also ranked 13th globally in the average internet speed, making the mobile Internet speed 50.80MB / s, while the fixed internet download speeds in the Kingdom achieved 50.68MB / s.

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