The information from the National State Aid Register is added to Atoka’s information assets and is enriched with volume indicators and thematic classifications thanks to artificial intelligence.Request information
The role of public intervention has become crucial in terms of both supporting and directing the production system. Public funding, as substantial as never before since EU accession, has helped to cope with the serious disruption of the economy caused by the pandemic and aims, also through the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, to guide the country through the ecological and digital transition.
Analysing the flow of such aid both in terms of beneficiaries and in terms of themes and objectives is indispensable for understanding the directions of development and intercepting its benefits.
In a single add-on, Atoka offers all this detailed aid information and aggregated statistics on individual companies to add a new dimension of research and analysis.
Public funding promotes inclusion, employment and training support, but also provides a boost to investment in research and development, innovation and competitiveness, also in foreign markets.
The description of such funding is searchable in Atoka. For example, one can identify companies that have received aid for the Industry 4.0 paradigm, for internationalisation or for the circular transformation of their production.
Furthermore, thanks to semantic analysis algorithms, aid was classified according to 13 themes. It is therefore possible to find the companies that have benefited from a certain amount of aid in recent years that were directed towards specific topics.
State aid is only allowed under European law for certain cases and purposes regulated by the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.
For some classes of aid, ceilings are defined for each single recipient undertaking. This is the case for aid under the so-called De Minimis scheme.
Keeping track of the amount received by a company is indispensable for assessing the possibility of a company's access to important subsidised finance resources. In Atoka, these amounts are continuously monitored and updated for each company.