Once again, Denmark tops the list as the EU’s most digitalized country according to the European Commissions’ recently released index of digitalization in the EU member countries.
The European countries all improved on the different parameters, although Denmark preserved its leading position in 2016. The position is maintained by, i.e., a wide usage of digital technologies amongst citizenry and businesses.
The Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) is a composite index, which the European Commission publishes each year. The index measures the progress of EU countries towards a digital economy and society.
The DESI is comprised of the five principal policy areas: Connectivity, Human Capital/Digital Skills, Use of Internet, Integration of Digital Technology, and Digital Public Services.
Read more about the Digital Economy and Society Index here.