Virtual Digital Innovation Hub, a point of reference for Digital Transformation in SMEs
Our headquarters is in Lazio. We are included in the Register of European DIHs
This is our first work dedicated to analysis of the digital maturity in law firms. Industry 4.0 finances the digital transformation of any economic activity and therefore it is useful to know one's level of digitization to plan an investment in technology. .
The newsletter of the Cooperative Credit of Rome dedicated an article to the DIHV, "The future of digital transformation processes", describing the objectives and activities of the DIHV. A sign of interest from the banking world towards the needs of local SMEs, also in terms of financing for innovation.
Transition 4.0, the new industrial policy starts. The Court of Auditors registered the decree of the Minister
of Economic Development Stefano Patuanelli. It provides for the allocation of funds for 7 billion and an
expansion of the number of beneficiaries of the 4.0 incentives.
In particular, the Plan provides for greater attention to innovation, green investments and design and aesthetic conception activities.
Publications of the members of the DIHV
Compared to similar manuals, the text stands out for some innovative classifications and partitions of the subject, developed by the author for a better and more immediate understanding of the discipline. In this sense, some of the categories of the past deserved to be reviewed and modernized in consideration of the unstoppable development that administrative law has known in recent decades and continues to know: just think of the recent code of public contracts (Legislative Decree no. 50/2016) and the reforms that have affected administrative transparency, civic access and the administrative procedure (legislative decree number 33/2013 as well as law no. 124/2015 and related implementing decrees). [July 2020]
The book deals with issues related to the future of Italy and the issues on the Italian situation and how this
is seen by the new generations, the geopolitical role, the importance of training, the work of today and tomorrow,
the impact of the tax authorities on businesses and public administration up to digital democracy. The red thread
that conducts the analysis is the role of technology and innovation and how these can contribute to improving
our country and the future after Coronavirus.
Foreword by Franco Frattini. Introduction by Giuseppe Procaccini. Afterword by Paolo Messa. [June 2020]
Digital innovation provides numerous technologies, which are constantly updated. Knowing them is essential
for a company that wants improve productivity or evolve its offer on the market.
The DIHV offers seminars, meetings, conferences, "information pills" online to disseminate knowledge on different levels of corporate responsibility providing an effective and rapid approach to innovation.
Adopting a new technology implies the design of a new strategic, decision-making and production process that must
be designed on a case-by-case basis, taking into account the culture and values of the Company, so that they are
highlighted, strengthening their identity.
By supporting the top management, the optimal - strategic and operational - solutions will be developed, also based on the Company's identity.
In the implementation phase, the Company implements digital innovation by making use of the contribution of experience and
know-how of the DIHV, to be drawn on for feasibility studies, details of technological choices, recognition of sources
of financing, selection and training of personnel, choice and evaluation of adequate Performance Indices (KPIs).
Corporate plans and strategies have an ongoing reference point in the DIHV.