Digitally Transforming Field Operations in the Public Sector

Inspections, audits and compliance checks by infield employees and 3rd party contractors are a key responsibility of many Government Agencies. This session will explore the 7 key elements to optimising how infield employees interact with legacy systems.

You will learn why optimisation of legacy systems is a better 'first step' for Government Agencies than transformation. Appreciate the recent development of readily accessible integration options. Understand the 7 Key elements to successful mobile projects. Discover how to unite your business users and IT teams in collaborative development - to both accelerate and de-risk project delivery. Gather experiences from your peers in other Agencies


PSN Infographic

In a recent Government centric webinar focused on focussed on inspections, audits and compliance checks by infield employees, participants shared insights on their efforts to date, their learnings from current projects and their challenges implementing infield compliance projects across their agencies.

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