In this video, Wrexham Council explains how it worked with Agilisys to develop a user-friendly digital platform that transformed how it provides services, and how it’s continuing to work with the company to tackle new problems. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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13th June, 2016
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In this video, Wrexham Council explains how it worked with Agilisys to develop a user-friendly digital platform that transformed how it provides services, and how it’s continuing to work with the company to tackle new problems.

Watch Wrexham Council's fast track to digital (video)
 

The Government Digital Service (GDS) has revealed plans to build a user research panel for GOV.UK.

GDS to form GOV.UK user research panel
 
Adult Social Care

The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham (LBHF) has awarded payment firm Allpay a six-year contract to supply its residents with access to the Post Office network for the payment of council bills

Hammersmith and Fulham Council awards bill payment contract
 
Digital Customer Service

The scrapping of the paper tax disc in favour of a digital solution has caused a £200m fall in tax takings in the first six months, new figures show.

DVLA counting the cost of digital tax drive
 
Conferences and Events

A free seminar has been set up to help those involved learn more about commissioning services in the digital age.

Seminar to discuss the commissioning of services in the digital age
 
New Product / Technology

Researchers, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) at the University of Birmingham have developed sensors that could cut millions from road-gritting costs and help local authorities be ready for the darker days ahead.

Digital sensors could save councils millions
 
Research & Trends

Address and street data could net councils £202m by 2020, finds GeoPlace-commissioned study

Better use of street data could net £202m of benefits
 
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