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Presentation deck from the Socitm Supplier Briefing that took place on the 9th June.

Socitm's New Agenda
Data the Key to Digital
Sponsor Address: A Digital Transformation Approach
Why isn't Digital Catching Fire… and what can suppliers do
Current Priorities for Local Government
The Supplier Partnership Program

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Birmingham Supplier Briefing

  1. 1. Supplier Briefing Birmingham 9th June 2015 Follow us @Socitm Sponsored by:
  2. 2. Introduction & Welcome Nigel Bragg Commercial Relationships Manager, Socitm Follow us @Socitm Sponsored by:
  3. 3. Supplier Briefing Birmingham Agenda Introduction & Welcome Nigel Bragg, Commercial Relationships Manager Socitm's New Agenda Ian Singleton, Head of Member Services Data the Key to Digital Tim Adams, Programme Manager Current Priorities for Local Government Dr Andy Hopkirk, Head of Research Panel Debate: Why isn't Digital Catching Fire… and what can suppliers do Chris Haynes, Houghfold Associates
  4. 4. Supplier Briefing Birmingham Agenda Meeting the local public services challenge head on. Steve Vallis, Probrand A digital platform and tools Roger Burke-Hamilton, CS Transform The Supplier Partnership Program Nigel Bragg , Commercial Partnerships Manager
  5. 5. Supplier Briefing Birmingham Agenda Introduction & Welcome Nigel Bragg, Commercial Relationships Manager Socitm's New Agenda Ian Singleton, Head of Member Services Data the Key to Digital Tim Adams, Programme Manager Current Priorities for Local Government Dr Andy Hopkirk, Head of Research Panel Debate: Why isn't Digital Catching Fire… and what can suppliers do Chris Haynes, Houghfold Associates
  6. 6. Supplier Briefings Ian Singleton Head of Member Services June 2015
  7. 7. Socitm’s New Agenda • Probably the oldest cliché in Technology • It’s never been more appropriate as we move into Digital • Technology is a ‘Means to an End’ • We all know that but… …how well do we know our dog or ‘end’?
  8. 8. Socitm’s New Agenda
  9. 9. Socitm’s New Agenda • Probably the oldest cliché in Technology • Its never been more appropriate as we move into Digital • Technology is a ‘Means to an End’ • Understanding the needs and experiences of customers is key • Socitm has changed its agenda and… …is now aiming to help you
  10. 10. Socitm’s New Agenda • Our services are a means for members to realise benefits and not services that we just sell to members • Socitm is aiming to be driven by member needs • Public • Third • Private • Socitm has carried out research, is listening, engaging and discussing member needs with public and third sector members • Supplier Partnership Programme is there to benefit its members • Today could be the start of a mutually beneficial relationship
  11. 11. Socitm’s New Agenda • What does Digital mean? “It means nothing unless it makes a known difference” Ian Singleton, Birmingham Suppliers event June 2015 • Digital is narrowing the gap between the customer and technology. • Digital needs the END to be in context with the MEANS to deliver a solution. • The market is changing and expects solutions to problems not just technology looking for a problem • Do you have a solution or at least know the problem your product solves?
  12. 12. Socitm’s New Agenda • Don’t provide the ‘means’ without understanding the impact on the ‘end’ (or customer experience/need/problem) • Socitm can help you understand the customer problem • Officers involved in policy & research • Policy & Research briefing including Integrated Health & Social • Thought leadership and themed networks e.g. LCIOC, PSN, Health & Social Care, Web managers • Regional meetings, conferences and masterclasses • Collaboration platform open to supplier members • Database of member roles and interests • Join us through the Socitm Supplier Partnership Programme
  13. 13. Find out more We are happy to speak to any member/organisation interested in knowing more about Socitm. Public Sector: Ian.Singleton@socitm.net Head of Member Services 07887 624 678 Private Sector: Nigel.Bragg@socitm.net Commercial Relationship manager 07889 665 063
  14. 14. Supplier Briefing Birmingham Agenda Introduction & Welcome Nigel Bragg, Commercial Relationships Manager Socitm's New Agenda Ian Singleton, Head of Member Services Data the Key to Digital Tim Adams, Programme Manager Current Priorities for Local Government Dr Andy Hopkirk, Head of Research Panel Debate: Why isn't Digital Catching Fire… and what can suppliers do Chris Haynes, Houghfold Associates
  15. 15. Local open data standards and support services Enabling capabilities through a Local Information Infrastructure Tim Adams Programme Manager (LGA) @DrTimAdams June 2015 www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus
  16. 16. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus The Landscape • Local Government in England – 353 local authorities; 44 fire & rescue – Delivers over 1500 different services – Has over 42,000 items of data collected about it • Data challenges – Not conventional data publishers – Business management data – Internal culture change • Data Extent – Good impression of people and places – Transactional, personal, performance, aggregated data across 13 functional areas
  17. 17. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus Overview of the infrastructure Functions Services Datasets Incentive scheme Inventory Schemas Aggregator Councils Areas Other... data.gov.uk O D I certificates NationalLocal Neighbour hoods Classifications Data
  18. 18. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus Objectives of the infrastructure • Provide useful data – responding to common requests • Keep it as simple as possible for councils • Resolve fragmentation, inconsistency and discovery • Enable data users to accurately interpret data and aggregate it across councils Hampshire Durham Sevenoaks Leeds Craven Westminster Any council
  19. 19. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus LG Inform Plus: providing information management services www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus
  20. 20. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus esd standards – the home of local government semantics standards.esd.org.uk
  21. 21. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus LG Inform Plus: providing information management services www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus
  22. 22. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus LGA open data pages Pages at opendata.esd.org.uk help navigate local data Inventories • guidance on the format • see other councils’ inventories • download in CSV or XML • upload yours in XML • configure harvesting of yours Schemas • browse schemas used by councils • get guidance on specific schemas • see council datasets compliant with a schema • get data aggregated across all councils for a single schema Datasets • browse and search datasets uploaded and harvested Uniform Resource Identifiers • search URI sets used to classify data used in local government • add your own local alternative names for URIs
  23. 23. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus URI sets for classification and links Datasets Schemas Data items Define structureof Contain Local authorities Official geographies Neighbour- hoods Services grouped by function Other eg: • Planning categories • Entertainment types • Procurement classifications National mapping
  24. 24. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus Open data publishing: sources of online guidance and materials www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus
  25. 25. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus Open data publishing: online guidance www.esd.org.uk
  26. 26. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus Guidance on the scheme and schemas Overview Submission guidance Planning schema Licences schema Toilets schema
  27. 27. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus Transparency Code Directives http://transparency.opendata.esd.org.uk/
  28. 28. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus Results, benefits, re-use LG Inventories LG Schemas Harvesters & Aggregators countrywide spreadsheets Apps – Great British Toilet Map
  29. 29. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus Opening performance data standards.esd.org.uk
  30. 30. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus 3500 large area & small area metrics
  31. 31. LG Inform: compare/analyse localities http://www.local.gov.uk/lginform
  32. 32. LG Inform: charts
  33. 33. LG Inform: maps
  34. 34. LG Inform: data
  35. 35. LG Inform Plus: small area drilldown
  36. 36. LG Inform Plus: small area drilldown
  37. 37. LG Inform Plus: small area drilldown
  38. 38. LG Inform Plus: small area reporting
  39. 39. Direct data feed: API open to all http://api.esd.org.uk/ Help pages Web services Data tools http://stark-fortress-7714.herokuapp.com/ Re-use Apps
  40. 40. www.local.gov.uk/lginformplus@LGInformPlus Further information LG Inform Plus: local.gov.uk/lginformplus Open data: opendata.esd.org.uk Standards: standards.esd.org.uk Technical Help: support@esd.org.uk Open data knowledge group: https://knowledgehub.local.gov.uk/group /localopendatacommunity tim.adams@local.gov.uk @DrTimAdams lginformplus@local.gov.uk
  41. 41. Supplier Briefing Birmingham Agenda Introduction & Welcome Nigel Bragg, Commercial Relationships Manager Socitm's New Agenda Ian Singleton, Head of Member Services Data the Key to Digital Tim Adams, Programme Manager Current Priorities for Local Government Dr Andy Hopkirk, Head of Research Panel Debate: Why isn't Digital Catching Fire… and what can suppliers do Chris Haynes, Houghfold Associates
  42. 42. Follow us @Socitm www.socitm.net/linkedin Current priorities in local government Dr Andy Hopkirk Head of Research
  43. 43. Current priorities in local gov’t Austerity? Maturity? Diversity? Place is the Platform
  44. 44. Socitm Policy Priority Areas 2015
  45. 45. Current priorities in local gov’t Digital by design
  46. 46. Current priorities in local gov’t Health and social care integration
  47. 47. Current priorities in local gov’t Open systems
  48. 48. Current priorities in local gov’t Whole place/systems/person outcomes PLACE AS A PLATFORM Local priorities Digital Insights (draws on GDS Design Principles) Interoperability standards Bespoke e.g. building local network capacity Co-design/co- production e.g. care Self-service e.g. sport/leisure services Simple transactions e.g. parking permits Propensity of service user to participate C o m p l e x i t y Common platforms/building blocks
  49. 49. Future priorities in local gov’t Socitm Local CIO Council Voice! Influence!
  50. 50. Supplier Briefing Birmingham Agenda Introduction & Welcome Nigel Bragg, Commercial Relationships Manager Socitm's New Agenda Ian Singleton, Head of Member Services Data the Key to Digital Tim Adams, Programme Manager Current Priorities for Local Government Dr Andy Hopkirk, Head of Research Panel Debate: Why isn't Digital Catching Fire… and what can suppliers do Chris Haynes, Houghfold Associates
  51. 51. 54 Houghfold Associates Ltd . All Rights Reserved. 54 • Technology • Austerity • The Suppliers • Security • Procurement & Development • The Digital Divide • Transformation • Skills Gap • GDS Example • Return of the SI’s Call of Duty – Digital Ops
  52. 52. 55 Houghfold Associates Ltd . All Rights Reserved. 55 • Is Digital Technology Sufficient to Effectively Run Public Services – Secure – Scalable – Supportable – Available – Affordable • Is there an obvious route out of legacy systems • The Cuckoo proposition • Will open systems ever be trusted Question 1 - Technology
  53. 53. 56 Houghfold Associates Ltd . All Rights Reserved. 56 • Can supported change and transformation be afforded ? • Should this be funded by Government ? • Can Local Public Services ever deliver this? Question 2 Austerity
  54. 54. 57 Houghfold Associates Ltd . All Rights Reserved. 57 • The SME conundrum – Scalable – Reliable – Skilled – Knowledgeable – Engagaable • Why would the incumbents give way • Positioned • Developed Relationships • Received Knowledge • Will partnering Work? Question 3 Suppliers
  55. 55. 58 Houghfold Associates Ltd . All Rights Reserved. 58 • Is ignoring security a viable way of proceeding ? • Does Socitm and others have a role in this? • Is Cyber a significant reality in Public Services Question 4 Security
  56. 56. 59 Houghfold Associates Ltd . All Rights Reserved. 59 • Will the Digital Services Marketplace ever really work for LPS? • Is the GDS design Approach the way? • Should Development be brought back in-house? Question 5 Procurement and Development
  57. 57. 60 Houghfold Associates Ltd . All Rights Reserved. 60 • Should some service just be digital no go zones • What do we do with those who cant/wont work with digital? Question 6 The Digital Divide
  58. 58. 61 Houghfold Associates Ltd . All Rights Reserved. 61 • Do we ignore the lessons of history on Digital Transformation? • Where do we start? • When will we know when we have arrived? Question 7 Transformation
  59. 59. 62 Houghfold Associates Ltd . All Rights Reserved. 62 • Is it a technology skills gap? • Why would you work in LPS Digital? • Is there a LPS skills gap? Question 8 The Skills Gap
  60. 60. 63 Houghfold Associates Ltd . All Rights Reserved. 63 • What example? • Are GDS, now, part of the problem (Creationism in Digital)? • Is the answer shared resources, systems, infrastructure etc……? Question 9 The GDS Example
  61. 61. 64 Houghfold Associates Ltd . All Rights Reserved. 64 • Can we ever divorce from SI’s? • Will SI’s now go beyond technology? • Are LPS going to be a thing of the past ? Question 10 The Return of the Jedi SI
  62. 62. Supplier Briefing Birmingham Agenda Meeting the local public services challenge head on. Steve Vallis, Probrand A digital platform and tools Roger Burke-Hamilton, CS Transform The Supplier Partnership Program Nigel Bragg, Commercial Partnerships Manager
  63. 63. Public Sector Challenges … Head on Steve Vallis June 2015
  64. 64. Europe’s largest IT marketplace online Plus, managed procurement services CIPS accredited personalised buying experience 3,000 customers Managed IT services and solutions Award-winning technical service excellence 300 customers Platforms and applications for business transformation Innovative software that drives smarter working Proven globally in 150 countries and 27 languages 200 customers ITPRODUCTSITSERVICESSOFTWARE
  65. 65. Innovation Challenges  PS Culture - fear of failure and red-tape  Innovation without risk  Cost saving  Competitive advantage  Automation simplicity  IT departments under extreme pressure  Businesses want to ‘own’ projects  Digital skills shortage – cost of skilled people soaring
  66. 66. Our Problem  Industry standard skills required Business Analyst Scoper Multiple Developers Creatives & Design Testers Long production cycle Very expensive Lots of stakeholders Goes wrong Difficult to scale Risk The Old Model
  67. 67. Big Opportunity  Huge demand for diverse web and mobile applications  U.S. on track to spend $575bn+ on enterprise app dev by 2018. Gartner  I need a system now  I want a P.O.C. in weeks and deployment in a few months  It must be flexible, easy to change and configure  Fully compatible and integrate seamlessly with legacy systems and data sources - ‘Systems of Record’  Commoditised for easy re-use in other system
  68. 68. The Response Be disruptive Challenge the norm Let’s build a platform so non-IT people can ‘Go Create!’
  69. 69. The Solution One Implementer Without code Rapid Application development Powerful enterprise level solutions The UK’s first no-code app platform Create advanced web and mobile apps quicker and cheaper Automate business processes, fast Drive efficiency. Transform productivity. PROBLEM Suffering with a skills shortage in digital. Demand is huge for applications. SOLUTION KnowledgeKube A Platform to build applications. Recruit team. Non IT and Apprentices. Grow team to 15, start building applications. Grow platform functionality, e.g. Data Sources Team of 25 Complete Case Studies Add Analytics Code Complete CESG accredited 2012 2013 2014 Launch aPaaS on Azure Develop full training suite 2015 Feature rich enterprise apps 77% quicker and 87% cheaper than our dev resource Blue chip tech giant “ ”
  70. 70. Successful assessment day recruit (25) came from a Systems and Analysis role following completion of her Information Systems degree. Despite only recently joining the team, she has provided a great input. With previous experience in Marketing roles (22) joined the team after university with no IT experience but has settled very quickly into the role. Graduate of Business Marketing and is thoroughly enjoying his role. Graduate with an MA in Medieval History (26) joined the team with no IT experience, after working as an Assistant Librarian. Has education up to GCSE level with a keen interest in rugby, the outdoors and gaming. Came via Birmingham Met College as an Apprentice. Successful assessment day recruit (21) has previously worked in Accounting roles due to his interest in maths but he also spends his free time gaming. He has a degree in Mathematics. Apprentice (17) joined the team following successful completion of her apprenticeship. Educated to GCSE level and an excellent kickboxer, she has progressed so much during her time on the team. Proven Implementer Profiles Mature apprentice (29) had previous roles as a security guard and as a retail supervisor. Has education up to GCSE level. Came via Birmingham Met College as an Apprentice. Graduate in Nursing (29) who previously worked in a Call Centre providing Customer Service. She has shown huge potential in such a short space of time and is Acting Manager when the Department Manager is out of the office. Successful assessment day recruit (22) previously worked in McDonalds and at Aston Villa Football Ground, came to Mercato with no previous work experience in IT. Completed an Event Management degree.
  71. 71. ‘Your no-code application platform’
  72. 72. So, what’s in it for you?  Monthly Recurring Revenue and self-serve!  “I’d like to do more higher net margin software business”  “I’d like to start offering custom apps to customers”  “I’d like to improve stickiness with clients”  KnowledgeKube is an aPaaS in the Cloud  You can deliver advanced SaaS apps to your customers  Sell enterprise licence  Rapidly scale and respond to market opportunities  What’s your appetite?
  73. 73. Thank you Questions?
  74. 74. Supplier Briefing Birmingham Agenda Meeting the local public services challenge head on. Steve Vallis, Probrand A digital platform and tools Roger Burke-Hamilton, CS Transform The Supplier Partnership Program Nigel Bragg , Commercial Partnerships Manager
  75. 75. A digital platform and tools June 2015 roger.burke-hamilton@cstransform.com Transform 360 on KnowledgeKube
  76. 76. Citizen Service Transformation What I will cover 1. A user perspective on the KnowledgeKube platform 2. A practitioner perspective on the challenges faced now by UK local government 3. How Transform 360 - the application suite we have developed on the KnowledgeKube platform - helps local government to deliver citizen-centric, digitally-enabled business transformation 4. Our partnership approach, and the benefits it offers to you
  77. 77. Citizen Service Transformation Who we are ‒ CS Transform is a global leader in government transformation enabled by technology ‒ A boutique business but we sit at the top table, shaping policy and decision-making at the most senior levels ‒ Our unique asset is our high-value IP, which forms the basis of the only global standard for government transformation and the UK British Standard for city transformation (BSI PAS181) ‒ This IP is embedded in a unique set of applications that support transformation in governments (and industry) – Transform 360 ‒ We license our applications, business tools and processes to government and channel partners CUT COSTS & MAKE CUSTOMERS HAPPIER Reduce risk Speed up delivery Our proposition
  78. 78. Citizen Service Transformation Our customers  Australia  Bangladesh  Botswana  Canada  China  Croatia  Denmark  Egypt  Ethiopia  Finland  France  Greece  Hong Kong  India  Italy  Japan  Jordan  Kazakhstan  Kuwait  Latvia  Macau  Malta  Malaysia  Nigeria  Mozambique  New Zealand  Poland  Romania  Singapore  Slovenia  South Africa  Sri Lanka  Taiwan  Thailand  Tunisia  Turkey  UAE  Ukraine  UK  US  Zambia Governments worldwide: at national, state and city levels UK Government Global international organisations Blue chip private sector organisations 40+ Countries
  79. 79. Citizen Service Transformation The end of salami-slicing ‒ Technology enabled business transformation is happening (there is no other way) ‒ But transformation programmes usually overspend and under-deliver (because it’s a tough and complex to do) ‒ And there isn’t much confidence in what’s gone before ‒ PAS181 provides the business solution – its either that or make it up yourself! ‒ We help you exploit the business transformation opportunity with Transform 360
  80. 80. Citizen Service Transformation PAS 181: the Smart City Framework
  81. 81. Citizen Service Transformation PAS181: the Smart City Framework
  82. 82. Citizen Service Transformation PAS181: the Smart City Framework An operating model for smart cities All about leveraging the existing landscape And using data and technology optimally Set to be an ISO standard
  83. 83. Citizen Service Transformation PAS181: the Smart City Framework But transformation is hard And cities are big and complicated So that’s why we built Transform 360
  84. 84. Citizen Service Transformation utility solution services barrier customer Local authority and its providers costs - assets “sense of place” zone of disruption |smart cities| • Vertical industries • Horizontal systems WHAT IS DIFFERENT energy waste health wellbeing Triangulation in 3D • Emphasis on • leadership • Collaboration • Citizen centric • Benefits realisation REIMAGINE SERVICES - TRANSFORM zone of opportunity
  85. 85. Citizen Service Transformation What Transform 360 does for Local Government ‒ Provides a system specifically designed to manage the key aspects of transformation activity and the key performance metrics in Local Government ‒ Provides transformation programme managers with the tools they need to manage programmes – no matter how complex and how diverse the organisation (or collections of organisations) might be ‒ Provides business leaders (eg Board) with relevant MI indicators that show whether the transformation programme is delivering business impacts. Transform 360: Speeds up transformation De-risks transformation Reduces the cost of transformation Accelerates ROI
  86. 86. Citizen Service Transformation How it does it ‒ Used by all key deliverers in the programme ‒ Provides the tools to manage all aspect of the programme
  87. 87. Citizen Service Transformation How it does it ‒ Used by all key deliverers in the programme ‒ Provides the tools to manage all aspect of the programme ‒ Pre-loaded with a transformation plan and operating model, which covers:  Programme and project management (to individual task level if needed)  Budgets  People and skills  Key internal and external performance metrics ‒ Guides, tracks and interprets the critical components of the transformation activity
  88. 88. Citizen Service Transformation Rapid and secure deployment ‒ Transform 360 operates in a hosted environment – either on KnowledgeKube cloud service or a service from any major vendor (eg Amazon, IBM, Microsoft) ‒ Application environment certified secure to UK Government standards ‒ Available through G-Cloud ‒ Requires no integration with existing IT systems – no dependencies with legacy systems unless desired ‒ Can interface with ERP and other systems (eg SAP) ‒ Users only need a compliant browser and an internet connection
  89. 89. Citizen Service Transformation Channel partner model Our model is to sell though partners Our offer to partners is licensed business process and the Transform 360 application suite This puts you in the PAS181 Smart City market
  90. 90. Thank you impact@cstransform.com
  91. 91. Supplier Briefing Birmingham Agenda Meeting the local public services challenge head on. Steve Vallis, Probrand A digital platform and tools Roger Burke-Hamilton, CS Transform The Supplier Partnership Program Nigel Bragg , Commercial Partnerships Manager
  92. 92. Supplier Partnership Programme Nigel Bragg Commercial Relationship Manager Follow us @Socitm www.socitm.net/linkedin
  93. 93. Supplier Partnership Programme Contact: nigel.bragg@socitm.net 07889 665063 Your key to building powerful relationships in the public sector
  94. 94. Supplier Partnership Programme Contact: nigel.bragg@socitm.net 07889 665063 Our Supplier Partnership Programme aims to connect ICT suppliers with their target public sector audience in a far more collaborative environment than the traditional vendor/client relationship permits to create an unprecedented offering to the supplier community. With 23 separate membership services & benefits available, covering Market Intelligence, Positioning & Thought Leadership, Networking, Product Development & Marketing Strategy, the Supplier Partnership Programme helps you build a powerful channel to market that really resonates with the public sector audience
  95. 95. Supplier Partnership Programme Gold • Limited to 20 premium places • £13k Silver • Ideal for SME’s • £7,500 Bronze • Suitable for small companies • £995 Contact: nigel.bragg@socitm.net 07889 665063
  96. 96. Supplier Partnership Programme Contact: nigel.bragg@socitm.net 07889 665063 MARKET INTELLIGENCE POSITIONING & THOUGHT LEADERSHIP NETWORKING PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING STRATEGY SOCITM ACCOUNT MANAGER IT Trends Report Benchmarking Data Policy Briefings Research & News Briefings Socitm Partner Branding White Papers Co-branded research Sponsorship opportunities Mass member communications & social media Access online member communities Regional & National Events One to one briefings with Socitm senior management Proposition Testing Service Bespoke events hosted by Socitm
  97. 97. Supplier Partnership Programme Contact: nigel.bragg@socitm.net 07889 665063 Market Intelligence • Access to sector-specific research and news briefings • Policy briefings keep you up to date with changing public sector priorities, legislative & compliance requirements • Annual IT Trends Report will keep you abreast of all current service delivery & technology challenges in public sector • Access historical & current repository of local authority benchmarking data measuring ICT spend and many other KPIs
  98. 98. Supplier Partnership Programme Contact: nigel.bragg@socitm.net 07889 665063 Positioning & Thought Leadership Branding for your website & comms to Socitm members Permanent profile on and link from Socitm website Advertising & editorial opportunities in our quarterly members magazine In Our View Co-branded Socitm Research Reports Publish and distribute white papers to Socitm audience
  99. 99. Supplier Partnership Programme Contact: nigel.bragg@socitm.net 07889 665063 Networking October 19th 2015 – October 20th 2015 Leicester …or let us send a sponsored message to our entire membership on your behalf
  100. 100. Supplier Partnership Programme Contact: nigel.bragg@socitm.net 07889 665063 Product Development & Marketing Strategy Believe it or not, these people know public sector IT inside out YOU CAN USE THEM TO SHAPE & INFORM YOUR APPROACH TO PUBLIC SECTOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND MARKET POSITIONING BUILD BESPOKE EVENTS SO YOU CAN GET THE APPROPRIATE MESSAGING IN FRONT OF THE RIGHT PEOPLE
  101. 101. Supplier Partnership Programme Contact: nigel.bragg@socitm.net 07889 665063
  102. 102. Supplier Partnership Programme Contact: nigel.bragg@socitm.net 07889 665063 THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR LISTENING ANY QUESTIONS? FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT ME nigel.bragg@socitm.net 07889 665063

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