PUBLIC SECTOR TRANSFORMATION
Posted on: 15/02/2019
Transforming public services is hard. Budget and demographic constraints are placing more pressure than ever on already stretched resources and many service providers are struggling to cope. Despite this, in the past decade, we have witnessed significant changes to how public organisations operate as they continually evolve in an effort to keep pace with the changes. The latest programme in our Digitalisation of the Public Sector series, Public Sector Transformation, looks at how digital technology is having a dramatic impact on the way people engage with the public sector and how the public sector is harnessing the latest benefits that technology has to offer.
In this programme, we hear from a range of companies who are working with the public sector to provide innovative digital solutions. Deep3 create mission critical software and have expertise in some of the most challenging operational environments. DF2020’s flagship product Chatbot Author transforms complex knowledge into a valuable form of new big data, generating real-time business intelligence. Ekko Group creates software to help businesses measure success, support engagement and boost customer experience. Microsoft UK are working directly to digitally transform their government, justice, defence and health customers. We also hear from Kettering General Hospital about how they are boosting patient experience with the help of automated digital solutions.
Public Sector Transformation will be first broadcast on our usual channel, Propeller TV (Sky 185) on Sunday 17th February at 10.30am, and repeated on Sunday 10th March at 10.30am. After the initial broadcast, the programme will then be available online at http://www.executivetv.org with the rest of our digital archive.
Digital technology has and will continue to alter the environment in which public bodies operate, change the way they work and the way they communicate with the public. The public sector is often perceived as being behind the curve in adopting and implementing new technologies, however, by collaborating closely with private companies, they can deliver robust digital strategies in diverse areas, such as health and public administration.
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