The public sector faces an ongoing need to modernise and enhance its existing systems and operational methods. There is a collective push for all sectors within it to advance and transform their systems, aiming for a future that is not only more efficient and cost-effective but also stable.
When solutions are tailored to address a singular problem, it increases the likelihood of encountering legacy and data issues, resulting in the formation of silos, delays, and additional expenses in the long term. Embracing a digital ecosystem, where creations are designed for shared use and transparency, is the transformative shift we need to bridge the gap between past practices and present possibilities.
During this discussion, Glen Ocskó, Head of Public Sector Sales at Scott Logic, will delve into the strategies for constructing a digital ecosystem that fosters prosperity for everyone in the public sector, including end-users.
- Understanding the characteristics of a digital ecosystem in the public sector.
- Recognizing the importance of designing work that enables others to contribute value.
- Implementing measures to ensure the shared and accessible nature of data.