SEMINARS RUN IN BOTH THE MORNING AND AFTERNOON AND WILL ENCOURAGE INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION, GIVING YOU THE CHANCE TO CONTRIBUTE AND SHARE SOLUTIONS AROUND A NUMBER OF FOCUSED TOPICS, LED BY LEADERS IN THE FIELD.
If your organisation has a strategic thought leadership message, a unique story, or a case study which you wish to communicate to the delegates, then our breakout interactive seminar option is a perfect platform for you to connect, influence, and engage with academia, research professionals and the wider public sector.
A one-hour seminar would enable you to own the stage, present your story in an interactive intimate manner, and engage the delegation in a Q&A session, all providing you the perfect platform to stand out from the crowd.
To find out more about the seminar options call Sharon Azam on 0161 211 3057 or emailing [email protected]
Many organisations are using the DSDM Agile Project Framework to build robust Agile approaches to project delivery, ensuring that empowered Agile teams are supported by good governance and a clear focus on business goals. AgilePM® and Digital Services allows the strong foundations of DSDM to underpin lifecycles and roles from other frameworks (such as Government Digital Services), creating a single training and certification pathway.
We are trialling AgilePM and Digital Services during early 2017, and this seminar will:
Geof Ellingham, Director of the Agile Business Consortium
Peter Stansbury, Business Change Consultant, Agilesphere
Dessy Chongarova, Future Gov
Introducing a series of case studies showcasing the latest trends in switching to digital communication, this seminar will show how to move to Digital using a risk free approach that funds itself in the current financial year. Deeplake provides Cloud based solutions that securely integrate multiple databases into a single communication platform providing a central point for end users to communicate and manage data.
Karen Foster, Account Manager, Deeplake
Paul Webb, Account Manager, Deeplake
The Unisys seminar will discuss the importance of a planned and wide ranging Digital Technology transformation effort for local and central governments. Such a transformation is required to successfully deliver a range of Citizen Services Digitally – through mobile, portals, IoT, etc., – improve transparency and accountability, and to improve efficiencies by reducing fraud and waste. We hope to demonstrate the implementation through a case study of major local government implementations in the US and of Multichannel Citizen Engagement technologies and Analytics solution.
Shawn Kingsberry, Senior Director- Digital Government Solutions, Unisys
Fred Svedman, EMEA Sales Executive, Unisys
This session hosted by MarkLogic will discuss the challenges and rewards of moving towards a common data platform. The conversation will encompass the advantages of – and barriers to – using cloud to move towards to an integrated data platform. It will also examine the transformation journey of the Department for Communities and Local Government, which has recently moved from using relational databases to a NoSQL operational data hub model. The DCLG can now effectively deal with the significant number of data formats and sources they receive and efficiently manage the billions of pounds of benefits and funds they disburse every year. Using the Operational Data Hub has allowed them to reduce the number of costly legacy systems they maintain driving further efficiencies and savings for the tax payer. MarkLogic will also showcase how they are helping transform the way Police, Local government and other bodies collaborate better, faster and reduce the risk of safeguarding failures.
Imran Razzaq, Sales Director EU & Ireland, MarkLogic UK Ltd
Jon Williams, Senior Sales Engineer, MarkLogic UK Ltd
Stephen Walsh, Account Manager, MarkLogic UK Ltd
A practical, informative and ‘real world’ discussion about common challenges during digital transformation from inception to delivery.
The staff at Zipporah have hard won experience gained at almost 100 public sector clients throughout the UK as well as in Australia and New Zealand. Zipporah’s Technical Director, Scott Burton guides you through the opportunities and hazards associated with digital transformation including common pitfalls, how they occur and how to avoid them.
The seminar will provide you with priceless insights from Zipporah’s experiences that you can take away and apply to your current and future projects.
From this session, you will learn how to:
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Alistair Rorison, Public Sector Sales Director, Nutanix
David Scott, Public Sector Account Manager, Nutanix
Stuart Jennings, Senior Systems Engineer, Nutanix
Today’s citizens require information in an “on demand” fashion, across a multitude of platforms and devices at a time when it suits them. Therefore, Identity Management is a key component for any Digital Transformation project to deliver constantly changing, personalised services to the user whilst being privacy compliant, cost effective and scalable.
In this session Andrew Potter will give an introduction into the importance of Identity within the digital transformation of public services, offering case study examples to highlight the benefits of citizen Identity Relationship Management.
Alex Fiddes from DVSA MOT will then explain how the DVSA have successfully delivered their award winning digital MOT testing service and their plans for the future. He will also highlight how the success of the project has been down to continuous collaboration between users and the project team and how this has resulted in a digital service that is easy to use, flexible, less expensive and innovative for the public sector.
Andrew Potter, Customer Engineering, ForgeRock
Alex Fiddes, Programme Delivery Executive, Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency
This session will explore the local government payments landscape, focusing on how best to meet your wide ranging security challenges and customer requirements. It will explore changes in payment options today, and delve into the new and diverse channels available. After all, its not just about card payments anymore, and your customers expect a flexible service to meet their preferences. This session will offer practical advice on how best to approach a complete payments service in local government, and the considerations required to make it secure, successful and sustainable.
Andrew Davies, Products Development and Strategy Director, Pay360 by Capita
Building Government infrastructure has always been viewed as a hard problem, but let’s not fool ourselves; the private sector has all the same issues. Old systems, inflexible processes, shrinking budgets; these phrases echo through corporate corridors as much as they do in Whitehall.
Fortunately, in the new wave of disruptive technologies, there is hope for those companies to build flexible solutions which are still robust, open architectures which remain secure and scalable answers that don’t succumb to public cloud lock-in.
In this seminar, we’ll dig into how those companies are driving to become more digital and draw parallels and conclusions for successful digital Government transformation.
Martin Percival, Principal Solution Architect, Red Hat
With a cloud-first strategy and a commitment to open standards built on technologies like OpenStack, the UK government has saved £600 million and earned recognition from the United Nations as the most digitally advanced government in the world.
Like all governments though it has significant challenges – needing to transform itself for the benefit of citizen and taxpayer alike, delivering better and more with significantly less.
Recognising that well-executed use of public cloud services is now appropriate for the vast majority of government information and services, the UK government has focused on developing a set of shared digital systems, technology and processes on which it’s easy to build brilliant, user-centric government services. At a pan-government level the focus has been on initiatives such as GOV.UK Verify, Pay and Notify. There is also a recognition however that shared services and microservices on a common open cloud infrastructure have a wide role to play in how individual departments innovate.
UKCloud provides a secure, but easy to use cloud platform that supports this digital transformation while offering a choice of technologies (from VMware and Oracle clouds to OpenStack and OpenShift) to enable organisations to optimise their cloud use and match workloads to the most appropriate environment.
Bill Mew, Cloud Strategist, UKCloud
Kellie Kwarteng, Partner, Real Public Sector
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