NASA says graph is proving an ideal tool for helping improve astronaut experience on the International Space Station
NHS Trust talks up the benefits and cost savings of Robotic Process Automation across the health service
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust says savings it has started to see via automation can and should be replicated right across the Health Service
Calderdale and Huddersfield Foundation NHS Trust says it’s reduced nursing agency overhead 13.5% through a new staff app
How the Kent County Council is using the new Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) Accessibility Regulations as a tool to “incentivise a better level of service, not just from ourselves but the local public sector sector as a whole”
Shop Direct’s online retail success shows there is life after turning the page on the paper-based catalog model
Relying on data from a customer’s past buying behaviour isn’t enough to create truly personalised product recommendations, warns the UK’s largest integrated digital retailer and financial services provider.
Thames Valley Housing Association says that a re-think of its online offering has turned user interest in a previously underused system completely around
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust says temporary nursing staff really like being able to organise their work 24x7 from their smartphones
At 55, strategy consultant Jukka Virkkunen found himself getting a little too expensive for his clients. His solution? Go back to study - then become a CIO of ambitious Finnish Robotic Process Automation player
Hootsuite Enterprise was a big part of the success of not just a recent national anti-tailgating campaign, but also a big reason why the organisation’s Twitter following has grown by 27%
The City of Zaanstad reckons building its own custom software with the Betty Blocks application development platform has been a major cost-saver — and efficiency creator.
Cleveland Police Force says data services provider Experian helped it eradicate its very high number of duplicate and incomplete records.
‘The benefits of technology speak for themselves – giving teachers back time and enabling more engaging and inclusive lessons,’ says a Neath school that has been using in-class tablets and other IT since its 2016 opening