As the country looks towards a post-vaccination "normal", Local Authorities will start to assess the effect of the pandemic on its citizens and the region in which it resides.
With possible austerity measures required to account for the cost of Covid, Local Gov now, more than ever, needs to be able to take control of its own transformation journey.
Councils, through their use of a Low-code platform strategy, have not only been able to respond quickly to additional pressures of the pandemic such as shielding and grants apps/solutions but moving forward, will also be able to:
* reduce the number of unnecessary "Ghost IT" projects which are costly and mostly inoperable within a corporate digital strategy.
* remove the need for expensive point solutions.
* build apps/solutions that are "future-proofed" and adaptable in-house.
* build apps/solutions that mirror the new improved processes as opposed to making processes fit around the technology.
* encourage innovation & collaboration within the organisation with a platform that can react in an agile way.
* support a move to the Cloud and further reduce on-premise costs.
This 2.5-hour session will include speakers from:
Greater Manchester Combined Authority
Brighton & Hove City Council