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The public sector is aiming to save more than £5bn collectively in 2015 by shifting transactions to lower-cost online channels including web, mobile and social media.
It is easy to share forms via the GOSS Self-Service Platform Community. This example by West Berkshire Council could save each local authority £13,000 annually on one service.
GOSS is celebrating being shortlisted as a finalist in the Best Technological Innovation category at the 2014 Travolution Awards.
A new self-service portal developed by GOSS Interactive to help local authorities accelerate channel shift services will be launched at the Building Perfect Council Websites 2014 event in Birmingham.
Five critical weaknesses are seriously compromising the success of channel shift initiatives for the UK's 433 local authorities. We list them and suggest some solutions.
Plymouth based GOSS Interactive, one of the UK's leading provider of Web Content Management systems, hosted a regional meeting of the UK Digital SkillsTaskforce chaired by TV celebrity Maggie Philbin.