Prime Minister Theresa May will release the Industrial Strategy later today, and there appears to be a strong emphasis on tech and digital.
Service management leader ServiceNow is the latest enterprise software vendor to join the ranks of diginomica’s premier partners.
Written evidence to the Health Committee outlines the important role digital could play in reducing pressures on the NHS.
The membership organisation wants a “smooth and orderly” exit from the European Union, in order to protect the tech industry in the UK.
John Manzoni claims that the government is going to “seize this opportunity”, but questions remain about the commitment.
Manual processes currently dominate the workplace. ServiceNow is hoping to make these processes more intelligent and efficient.
The National Audit Office has found that HMRC didn’t realise the savings it expected and that Concentrix underperformed.
The Treasury Committee has yet to hear evidence from HMRC itself and isn’t convinced that the estimated returns are realistic.
Some SMEs have aired their concerns with diginomica/government about Whitehall’s loss in momentum for supporting SMEs.
Dave Yarnold explains what we can expect following GE Digital’s recent $915 million acquisition of ServiceMax.
Amazon Web Services (AWS), in partnership with the government, wants to educate young adults, as well as military veterans and their spouses.
Wayne Story, Civica CEO, explains why the company has integrated a full ‘digital’ line into its core business.
The National Audit Office has highlighted a number of challenges facing HMRC as it plans to move 38,000 staff to 13 new regional hubs.