More NewsWorcestershire County Council Showcase: Accelerated Digital Transformation in 2016

Worcestershire County Council Showcase: Accelerated Digital Transformation in 2016

Don’t miss the chance to join your peers and learn how you can rapidly transform your digital service delivery in 2016.

Join Worcestershire County Council in their council chamber on February 25th, where Neill Crump of Worcestershire’s Digital Centre of Innovation will be showcasing how the council’s digital services can be re-used and quickly brought into production by other councils. Crump will be sharing the council’s vision and approach to becoming a world class digital council. Don’t miss the chance to join your peers and learn how you can rapidly transform your digital service delivery in 2016.

Fill in the form below to request an invitation.

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