More NewsEnterprise Mobility Seminar attended by local councils

Enterprise Mobility Seminar attended by local councils

Representatives from north west local authorities attended Consilium’s Enterprise Mobility Seminar on 28th November.

How to make the most of mobile working strategies

Representatives from local authorities in the Greater Manchester and Merseyside Local area attended Consilium’s Enterprise Mobility Seminar on 28th November to explore how to make the most of mobile working strategies to improve services and deal with budget constraints.

Presentations at the event included best practise case studies and demonstration of the TotalMobile™ Solution.

Consilium’s Lloyd Williams said that “The case studies demonstrated how taking a strategic approach and choosing the right solution can improve working processes, allowing local authorities to control costs and improve services.”

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