Speaking on a recent webinar co-hosted by PublicTechnology1, Civil Service World, and SAP Concur, Dips Dhillon said that, across Whitehall, “Covid has exposed lots of manual processes that relied on legacy technology, and could not support mobile working or the speed of change that we have seen over the last year”.

We know that the last year has been challenging and we’ve both seen and heard some of the obstacles that healthcare, government and education have been faced with. However, with these challenges have come a variety of opportunities to do things differently to improve services, streamlines processes and move into a more digital world. This is something that we’ve witnessed first-hand and that we have been lucky enough to have been involved with.

To shine a spotlight on some of the great work and innovation we’ve seen, and are planning, we’ve asked the head of each of our sales teams to join us today to discuss their sectors. They’ll also be exploring the bigger picture of how the UK public sector as a whole has rapidly adapted to put people at the centre of all they do, ensure they are in a strong place to recover, and deliver improved services for the citizens, patients, students and tenants that they serve.

We are joined by Debbie Dean from education; Ben Lopez from healthcare; Lucie Collings and Paul Scaling covering local & regional government, central government, police, and fire & rescue; and finally, Greg Dean from our housing, charity, and not-for-profit team.

1 https://www.publictechnology.net/articles/features/how-covid-has-revealed-public-sector-transformation%E2%80%99s-greatest-strengths-%E2%80%93-and


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