We know that having a website today is crucial to anyone. A website allows you to multiply a company’s turnover and in 2017 not having a website is equivalent to opening a shop without exposing a luminous sign.
A website may have such an impact on a company’s turnover, which if considered nationally, becomes a requirement that can make a difference to a country’s economy.
And Italy is certainly not a dumper in this. 40% of companies do not have a website.
Even innovative startups do not stand out with regard to digital propensity, as 25% of them do not seem to exist on the network, and this is a paradox for an innovative company (these days Flaxio has partnered with StartupItalia to provide all the innovative Italian startups with a complete web site by the end of the year, an action to wipe out that unbearable percentage from the Italian curriculum).
For Italy this is a delay that has incredible especially when compared to European standards. Still, there is no surrender, the figure seems to be growing compared to 2013 when only 30% of Italian companies had a website.
Today, there are no more excuses, having a professional web site has become a simple task that takes a few minutes and zero effort. In this digitalization process, Flazio.com is the leader in providing Italian companies and professionals with a completely free solution to go online within minutes. With over 250,000 websites created for Italian professionals and companies, Flazio.com is certainly one of the actors that is bringing the country online.
Some states have even advanced law proposals abroad to make the web site compulsory, as was the case for PEC in Italy.
In Italy, for condominiums, this scenario is already partly true, with Law L.220 of 11/12/2012 which provides, if requested by condominiums, the obligation for an administrator to activate a website of the condominium through which be able to consult the condominium documents, suppliers, and expenses.
The common goal is always the same: to streamline bureaucracy, to make the relationship with customers faster and more transparent, and perhaps offer some more service.
It would not be surprising if in the coming months this powerful tool Italian companies are not yet fully exploiting becomes a fundamental requirement.