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Digital Self-Service in the Public Sector 2016, one of the UK's largest surveys of its kind, demonstrates the dramatic rate of change expected within public sector online service delivery by 2019.
The City of Wolverhampton Council is on track to save £1.5 million in its Customer Service department through digital self-service delivery.
92% of respondents to a recent GOSS survey recognise that providing Assisted Service is very important or important for delivering services to digitally excluded customers as part of a self-service initiative. But what do we mean by Assisted Service and who needs it?
Six customer focus groups in three days and four locations - it was not going to be the easiest of weeks, but here we go anyway!
We kick off our brand new RESOLVE blog series looking at the challenge of six customer focus groups in three days and four locations - it was not going to be the easiest of weeks!
The ability to deliver digital self-service has been around for a long time, but only now is it top of the public sector agenda. To tackle significant cuts to spending power, delivering a seamless end-to-end digital self-service platform is now essential for councils.
New research shows the availability of public sector services through digital self-service is expected to grow by 310% over the next three years, with public sector organisations expecting to save £8.74 million each over the same period.