Many Local Governments are looking at digital transformation to overcome austerity measures and gaps in funding, while embracing commercial revenue generating opportunities on the journey to self-sufficiency.
The London Borough of Lambeth and Thurrock Council, in conjunction with Evosys and Oracle, invite you to a forum on Tuesday the 6th of November to learn about their digital transformation journeys, and hear how they have prepared for and are managing the change, as they transition their back-office operations to the cloud.
Network with peers that have started or are about to start similar transformative projects
Hear lessons from the coal face and about benefits realised
Listen to the key notes from Evosys and Oracle about the need of a modern integrated cloud solution which is designed for Local Government
What is Oracle's 'best practice' and 'digital end-to-end processes', and how are they aligned for Local Governments?
What value can real-time information deliver to both, back-office and front-office operations
What are the business drivers for these projects?
What processes did Lambeth and Thurrock go through before committing to their projects?
How can Local Governments be better prepared and what resources are needed from within the Local Government organisations?
Considerations in adopting new technology – including the impact of GDPR, and adoption of AI and Bots
Murray Grubb Jnr / Keith Tinson Citizen Experience Director, Oracle CX Applications Kelvin Worley Vice President – UK & Ireland at Evosys Kushal Shah Head of UK Local Government at Evosys Tracey Barnes Director – Customer Success at Evosys
Oracle Financial Services, 40 Bank St, Canary Wharf, London E14 5NR
06th November 2018, Tuesday
09:00 AM to 14:00 PM BSTRegister Now