We’re excited to be a Silver Sponsor at this year’s ShareDigital’20
ShareDigital’20 brings together those involved in enabling digital public services to link-up with their peers, learn from one another’s experiences and discuss the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
And for innovative technology companies, already successfully working with public sector clients, ShareDigital’20 provides a platform to showcase how they can help to deliver better services, digitally and more cost-effectively.
The ShareDigital programme includes a wide range of roundtable discussion groups for sharing best practice, together with conference sessions, innovation workshops and training sessions. Once you have registered to ShareDigital’20 you can view all the roundtable sessions and pick the ones you would like to attend. But due to limited availability, your seat is only allocated based on receipt of your booking.
Here are the details of our roundtable sessions.
Roundtable Session 1: Improving ways to deliver Sheffield City Council services to citizens and businesses, utilising innovative digital tools and techniques. (12:20 – 12:50)
Sheffield’s Technology 2020 Strategy is fundamental to transforming the Council delivering digitally-enabled services and is delivering an ambitious set of plans to enable a step-change in the council’s technological capabilities. Delivery is through a multi-vendor model which included ending a long-term outsourcing arrangement, to increase innovation, reduce risk and enable the right suppliers to engage with the council.
Roundtable Session 2: Improving the delivery of Wirral Council services through the use of IOT to increase Citizen engagement and reduce operating expenditure. (13:00 – 13:30)
Faced with local business and residents’ complaints of parking availability, the SCC IOT Parking solution has demonstrated a more efficient means of enforcing on-street parking with reduced resources.
Roundtable Session 3: AI and the positive impact of new predictive capabilities on care provision at scale. (14:00 – 14:30)
– How the use of data has allowed the delivery of better care results – Driving better insight into individual’s needs and the impacts of empowering care workers to intervene earlier
– Enabling individuals to maintain independence and giving reassurance that care needs are being effectively met
– Rationale for the decision to use predictive technology over other more traditional reactive solutions
– The SCC value-add in this relationship with both the local authority user and technology provider ‘MySense’.
There are many sessions you can attend which cover topics trending in Central and Local Government. You can view all the sessions here