A Panel Discussion – Led by Dave Briggs
Recorded: Tuesday 13th July 2021
Local government legends of low-code
Over the last 12 months, we’ve looked at the use of a variety of low-code platforms by local authorities, both before and during the pandemic.
Most are using low-code platforms in a “Local Government as a Platform” approach to take control of their service and digital transformation journeys. This allows them to respond to change in an agile way. It also frees up valuable IT development capability, removes costly point solutions and supports the organisation as they move forward into the “recovery of the future”.
This session was hosted and facilitated by Dave Briggs, Head of Digital Operations at Croydon Council and founder of LocalGovCamp. Watch this 90 minute discussion and see Dave quiz and probe five local authorities who have all adopted a low-code strategy. These local authorities are:
- Croydon Council
- Cumbria County Council
- Tewkesbury Borough Council
- Ashfield District Council
- Hertsmere Borough Council
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