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Sponsoring and exhibiting at October’s Socitm Annual Conference 2016

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We are sponsoring and exhibiting at this year’s Socitm Annual Conference, on Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th October at Arena:MK in Milton Keynes.


This year’s conference will debate how local public services can use technology to fundamentally transform complex interactions with citizens, with over 400 digital pioneers from local council in attendance.

Key topics will include:

  • Digital leadership: how can we develop digital leaders?
  • The future of local government: what will complex digital services really look like
  • Information sharing: how can we use data to support public service integration?

With demand growing for responsive, cost effective services, we will be sharing how we have been working with Buckinghamshire County Council to use digital to transform their services. Martyn, our Services Director, and Graeme will be revealing the platform’s latest user-led digital services for other local councils to license, including:

1. Maintain my Street

An online service allowing local residents to easily and effectively report issues with their street and surrounding areas, such as potholes and faulty street lights.

2. Find My Child a School Place

An online service making available relevant and up-to-date school information for parents to properly prepare for the school application process.


More information about each service can be found here.

If you are attending the conference and would like to have a chat, email us at and we can arrange a time, or drop by Stand 13 to see us across the two days.


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