TimeDecember 15, 2016 at 9:30 am GMT
thru December 15, 2016 at 4:30 pm GMT
This is a free event
Sir Matt Busby Way
UKAuthority, in association with Microsoft, is pleased to invite you to the UKAuthority Local Digital Transformation event at Old Trafford, Manchester.
Local authorities need to bring together technology, people and processes to deliver services effectively and efficiently in this harsh financial climate – doing ‘more for less’ is a fact of life, and technology a tool to be used. Citizen demands are as intense as ever, and leaders know that they have to push through radical organisational and digital change in order for their organisations to meet this challenge.
Join the PowerObjects team on the 15th to hear from trailblazers and specialists on the ground, industry visionaries and thought leaders in a mix of presentations, open panel sessions, live demonstrations and showcases including:
Making Digital Transformation Happen for Local and Regional Government – Presented by PowerObjects
Our experience tells us that whilst technology plays a big part in enabling transformation, without the strategic ownership in place and a team that is ready to embrace change, the project may be destined to fail. Learn about the PowerObjects methodology and explore the necessary steps for making your transformation a success.
Council as a Service – TBC, Enfield Council:
- ROI in 12 months
- Unified digital delivery platform
- Self-service and automation
- £26m savings to date, and counting
Transformation from the back office through to service delivery – TBC, Wokingham Council:
- Moving to a unified work and delivery platform
- Reorganising the council in the process from siloed departments to functional groups focused on delivery and meeting their citizen user needs
- Using self-service wherever possible both internally and externally.
Other sessions include:
- Simplify, Standardise and Share – Dylan Roberts, CIO, Leeds City Council & Chair, Local CIO Council
- Redesigning complex services for digital delivery – Martin Ferguson, Director of Policy and Research, Socitm
- Working and delivering as one – Richard Ellis, Director for Microsoft Office, Microsoft UK
- Live demos of brand new Dynamics365 in local authority use cases.