The share price of DITTO (Thailand) Public Company Limited (mai: DITTO) closed 3% higher on Monday on speculation that the enforcement of the act on Electronic Performance of Administrative Functions which was published in the Royal Gazette will take effect 90 days later and will directly have a positive effect on the company.
Mr. Takorn Rattanakamolporn, Chief Executive Officer Director of DITTO, told Kaohoon Turakij that the enforcement of the Act on Electronic Performance will accommodate state officials in their efforts to assist citizens and will reduce the cost of using paper and eliminate the need for a construction room or document storage facility.
It is important for government agencies to connect digital information together. DITTO is well-prepared and will be able to satisfy the needs of government agencies that have experience with software systems and electronic document filing systems for the public and private sectors.
At this time, government agencies such as the Court of Justice, which has 293 offices countrywide. In addition, there will be works and projects related to this digital transformation for state agencies worth more than 10,000 million baht in value.