Software Solutions

Posted on: 27/07/2018

SoftwareExecutive TV are proud to announce Software Solutions, the latest episode of our investigative series into IT within the public sector. We speak to three leading firms to discuss the challenges they see in the public sector today and the opportunities offered by advanced software.

The public sector faces a great deal of pressure. Our population is growing, placing ever increasing strain on our services and funding has in many cases not kept up with demand. Doing more with less is one of the most challenging tasks that any organisation can face and requires some radical change to overcome. Today the public sector is increasingly looking to software to help people work more effectively and achieve more with their existing resources.

We’ll discuss the wide range of applications for advanced software tools within the public sector with some of the industries leading providers. PDMS have developed an innovative public sector platform to help health, education and local government work together. Twice2Much use their advanced book keeping tools to find and release overspent capital. Level AI are one of the industries leading experts in artificial intelligence and how it can benefit public organisations. We’re proud to have brought together this range of opinions to deliver a vibrant debate about our public services.

Software Solutions will be first broadcast on our usual channel, Propeller TV (Sky 185) on Sunday 29th of July at 10.30am and repeated on Sunday 16th of September at 10.30am. After the initial broadcast the program will be available online at with the rest of our digital archive.

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