By Public Sector Network
Published on June 12, 2020
Over the last few weeks it has been inspiring to see how the public sector have mobilized to build necessary digital services for people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hear about the challenges right now, where should the public sector go from here – where does intelligent automation fit into those future goals and what is the Future of Work – can you use intelligent automation to enrich the work of the public servants?
As the dust begins to settle on the initial shockwave created by COVID-19, public sector leaders and their teams are now stepping back to consider the lessons learned, gained from the pandemic’s fallout and can begin redrafting their organizations’ digital journey to cope with the longer term implications of the crisis. What is emerging from these efforts is a clearer picture of the evolving phases of the pandemic and what overarching strategies public sector leaders should adopt to address it.
Topics explored include:
- How do you enhance the capabilities of your remote workers beyond access to collaboration tools?
How do you leverage, Intelligent Automation, AI and Machine Learning to better insulate your organization against the current and future crises?
- How do you rapidly ramp up your service capabilities to meet current and future surges in citizen demand?
- Future of Work, what does it look like and how do you maximize your organizations’ workforce productivity with existing legacy systems?
- How do you achieve and optimize Scalability, Resiliency, Security and Compliance as part of your organization’s transformation journey?