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La dématérialisation dans les processus internes et externes d'un cabinet de géomètre-expert : futur proche ou utopie ?

Abstract : This essay aims at diving into the legal basis in terms of electronics and offering a fresh perspective on dematerialisation within the land surveyor workfield. While digital written has the same convincing value than paper written, digital signature tends to grow and make itself an essential tool for dematerialisation. Digital archiving is more and more efficient which largely boosts the dematerialisation movement. Two outcomes are layed out in this thesis. One makes "Géofoncier" the very heart of the profession particularly by opening a customer access and the other places offices' software as core to the life span of a file. The former is available to the willing office as of today while the first needs a countrywide impulsion to homogenise pratices. Solutions do exist. Dematerialisation of our offices is possible and land surveyors must be driving evolution in the profession.
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Clément Payen. La dématérialisation dans les processus internes et externes d'un cabinet de géomètre-expert : futur proche ou utopie ?. Sciences de l'environnement. 2018. ⟨dumas-02096034⟩

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