Date: 26th Apr 2017
Venue: Roux at Parliament Square, 11 Great George St, Westminster, London SW1P 3AD
The recently published Government Transformation Strategy offers a vision to transform the relationship between citizens and the state, putting more power in the hands of citizens and being more responsive to their needs. And while the UK is leading the way in driving innovation in the public sector to improve services while cutting costs, achieving the government’s vision depends on driving innovation through cloud-first initiatives and digital education.
You are invited to join Salesforce and Computer Business Review for an evening of discussion on how government can drive and foster innovation at the famous Roux at Parliament Square on Wednesday 26 April.
From new technologies such as social, IoT and machine learning to building the right digital skillsets to innovate, the discussion hosted by Andrew Lawson, Enterprise Vice-President at Salesforce, promises to engage peers in understanding key focus areas of digital transformation within government.
Computer Business Review Dining Club’s relaxed and informal atmosphere provides an ideal environment to learn, share and take away vital knowledge, new technical insight and new contacts.
We hope that you are able to join us on 26 April.