As in the rest of the world, information technology in our country is the primary factor in offering competitive value-added products and services.
Today, however, Turkey is also the speed of digital transformation in emerging economies is among the US, Europe, Japan remains a major technology manufacturers such countries far behind. However, if Turkey from a strategic sector for informatics and technology will be given to education, investment, and supports legislation, both national as well as close to the growth of our industry it is vital to adapt to the digital society of the future. We know that the transition to a high-tech digital economy is possible only by the ownership of the private sector, public and all society segments. In order to stay behind the world in digital transformation, we can summarize the general things to be done in four items. Mobilization According to Gökalp Çakıcı, the Founding General Manager of Expert Mail, digital transformation and technological development is not a one-time project, but a phenomenon that has no end and must be constantly renewed, supported and improved. Turkey, especially in the area of electronic banking and e-government in recent years has come to a good point, but this is not enough. Digital transformation should be defined as both an industrial and social priority and subject to a national mobilization. It rapidly supports the topics such as infrastructure, R&D, public and private sector cooperation, and the national transformation process should be accelerated with encouraging legislation.