Innovation and changeCloud ComputingYou’re invited: Delivering on the promise of public sector innovation

You're invited: Delivering on the promise of public sector innovation

Join us to discuss how organisations can solve today’s burning issues through adopting cloud technology and, at the same time, understand how cloud can provide the foundations for effective transformational change

We’re inviting leaders from across the public sector to join us at our next GovTech Leaders Breakfast Club.

Following on from the success of our inaugural event, we’ll be gathering together a select group of leaders to discuss how organisations can solve today’s burning issues through adopting cloud technology and, at the same time, understand how cloud can provide the foundations for effective transformational change.

With powerful new capabilities such as the internet of things, robotic process automation and artificial intelligence set to enable organisations to harness the power of data, drive efficiencies and reduce costs, organisations must assess how they effectively and technically take advantage of these game-changing technologies.

The great enabler of the latest new technology is, of course, the cloud, with public sector organisations utilising it in response to rising citizen expectations and tougher financial demands. But are organisations too focused on short term fixes rather than laying the right foundations for long term sustainable change?

Taking place at the excellent 58VE in London on 30th October from 8.30am to 10.00am, areas to be explored include:

  • What steps do organisations need to take to exploit emerging technologies?
  • What skills do organisations need to enable the next wave of innovation?
  • How has cloud adoption advanced and what is the next wave of innovation?
  • How do you maximise the investment in new technologies?

To register your interest in attending this exclusive event, please click here.

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