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UKAuthority Digital Transformation Wales 2017 - Millennium Stadium (Princip...
Tue 28 March 2017, 09:30 – 16:00 BST
UKAuthority, in association with Microsoft, is pleased to invite you to UKAuthority Digital Transformation 2017 at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff.
The public sector including central government, local authorities, health, housing and blue light emergency services need to bring together technology, people and processes to deliver services effectively and efficiently in this harsh financial climate - doing 'more for less' is a fact of life, and technology a tool to be used.
Citizen demands are as intense as ever, and leaders know that they have to push through radical organisational and digital change in order for their organisations to meet this challenge.
Join us on the 28th to hear from trailblazers and specialists on the ground, industry visionaries and thought leaders in a mix of presentations, open panel sessions, live demonstrations and showcases.
Transformation, cloud and opportunities for the public sector - Martin Britton, Chief Information Officer, Welsh Government
Permitting as a platform - Kevin Ashcroft and Henry Forrest, Business Leads for Permitting Regimes, Natural Resource Wales
Transformation from the back office through to service delivery - Sally Watkins, Head of Customer Services & IT and Andrew Couldrick, Chief Executive, Wokingham Borough Council
- Retiring legacy systems
- One core case management platform
- Reorganising from siloed departments to functional groups
- Unified work and delivery platform
Council as a Service: The Enfield journey – Tim Kidd, former Head of Digital Delivery, London Borough of Enfield
- £26m savings to date, and counting
- ROI in 12 months
- Unified digital delivery platform
- Bots, automation and self-service
Virtual Fracture Clinic patient portal – Lucy Cassidy, Advanced Physiotherapist, Brighton & Sussex University Hospital
- £1million savings from avoidance of outpatient appointments
- Better service for patients
- Better use of consultant’s and other specialists’ time
Reimagining the delivery of health and social care – Tim Gregson, Digital Advisor, Microsoft Consultancy Services – Kent County Council, helping people to live longer independent lives in their own home
Address data and its role in digital services and efficiency - Luke Studden, Executive Director of Engagement, Geoplace
Live demos of cloud-based Dynamics 365 in public sector use cases including:
- Making citizen self-service the attractive option: knowledge management and intelligent interaction using bots to streamline case management and processes
- Predictive maintenance and field service with the Internet of Things
- Collaboration across and between back office operations and organisations to deliver joined-up services
The event will run from 09:30 and end with networking and a stadium tour at 16:00.
This event is free to attend for the public sector only and not open to commercial organisations. Register with a public sector email address now
Who should attend?
Chief Information Officers, Heads of IT, Assistant Chief Executives, Business Managers, Heads of Digital, Heads of Customer Services, Heads of Transformation or Change, Heads of Finance, Heads of HR Heads of Social Care and Departmental Service Heads/Senior Managers
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Cardiff Central is the nearest station to the Stadium and operates mainline services from West Wales, the Midlands, the South Coast and London. Cardiff Queen Street Station is a 15 minute walk to the east of the Stadium and offers local rail services across Cardiff and from the South Wales Valleys.
There is no dedicated spectator car parking at, or near, the stadium or matches days but there is plenty of parking available in the City Center itself. There are 5 NCP car parks in close proximity to the stadium.
Head to Gate 7 where stewards will be on hand to direct you.