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How to deliver on the promise of public sector innovation

Powerful new capabilities such as the internet of things, artificial intelligence and robotic process automation are set to enable organisations to harness the power of data, drive efficiencies and reduce costs.

With our latest cloud survey, carried out amongst the GovTech Leaders community, highlighting how over 70% of public sector organisations are planning to take advantage of advanced analytics within two years, organisations must now be looking closely at how they can effectively and technically take advantage of these game-changing technologies.

The great enabler of the latest new technology is, of course, the cloud, and almost three-quarters of public sector organisations are utilising it in response to rising citizen expectations and tougher financial demands [1]. But are organisations too focused on short-term fixes rather than laying the right foundations for long-term sustainable change?

In this second GovTech Leaders Breakfast Club event, we will discuss how organisations can solve today’s burning issues through adopting cloud technology and, at the same time, understand how the cloud can provide the foundations for effective transformational change. We’ll also provide an exclusive first look at the full results of our recent cloud survey.

Taking place at the excellent 58VE in London on 30th October from 8.15am to 10.30am, areas to be explored include:

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

I hope that you’ll be able to join us as your input will be valuable to the discussion.

When: 8.15am to 10.30am, 30th October 2018

Where: 58VE, 58 Victoria Embankment, London EC4Y 0DS

[1] Harnessing the Cloud: Evolution, Not Revolution. Agilisys, 2016