Did you know that the letter W in Sweden has only found access to the alphabet since 2006? Whereas the W was actually created in the Middle Ages as a doubling of the V, the double V (Swedish: Dubbel-ve) was regarded until the beginning of the 21st century only as a variation of the letter V. But not as a separate letter.

And guess what the reason was! Digitalisation, of course. The gigantic spread of the word Internet (Swedish: Webb) made this profound change. Who would have thought that digitization could even create letters?

And what does that have to do with us?

The example shows in an excellent way how digitization breaks with tradition, strives for change and creates something new. This is exactly where the office for digital transformation comes in.

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