The state of Texas is trying to transform its digital strategy from a paperless shopping experience to a digital one.
The new strategy focuses on a more seamless, one-click purchasing experience for shoppers and provides a better understanding of how the online and offline transactions work in order to make a better purchasing experience.
The goal is to help the state’s online and retail businesses improve their digital efficiency and revenue.
“Our goal is for online and mobile businesses to be more efficient, more effective, and better value,” said Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
“This digital strategy will be a significant step forward in that direction.”
The new digital strategy is a direct response to the success of the State of Texas’s state-owned, for-profit department stores.
In March, Texas Governor Abbott announced a $1.6 billion investment to transform the state of state-run, for profit department stores into digital entities, with a goal to have 100 of them in operation by 2021.
In March, Abbott announced that the state had invested in the state-operated Texas department store chain for the first time in history.
The company announced the deal at a Texas state of the state conference.
The move was expected to help attract more business to the state, with the goal of attracting $1 trillion in annual sales.
But the online retail industry has struggled with competition from Amazon and other online shopping giants like Google and Walmart.
This new strategy will bring in more revenue for the state through more online sales, according to Abbott.
The digital strategy also aims to make the state more efficient by simplifying the online buying process and improving customer service, Abbott said.
He said the state will be able to spend more time working with its retailers to better understand their customers and their preferences, and to identify the best ways to make their digital purchases.
The strategy will include a new digital analytics platform that will allow the state to monitor transactions online and in person and make improvements to customer service.
The digital analytics will help Texas departments track better how they are serving customers online and how the state is using its online shopping platform, Abbott added.
The Texas department-store chain will also invest $100 million in its online business, Abbott noted.
The department store chains will also spend more money on digital marketing and social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter, to increase the efficiency of their online offerings.
The state’s department stores will be the first department stores to be digital, said Abbott.
The Texas department chain is the second-largest online retailer in the United States, according the U.S. Department of Commerce.