16th March 2016

Unlocking the entrepreneur in Scotland’s public servants

Unlocking the entrepreneur in Scotland’s public servants

In times of austerity public sector organisations are looking for new, innovative ways to reduce expenditure and increase efficiency. This is not only relevant in light of the up-coming re-election of the Scottish Parliament in May, but is equally important for the people working within public services who are looking for direction and leadership to drive a confident route through times of economic pressure.

CIPFA Conference 
One of the events looking to address this issue head-on is the CIPFA Scotland Public Finance Conference and the focus this year is on harnessing entrepreneurial leadership through times of austerity by dropping the traditional barriers between the public and private sectors to allow true collaboration and knowledge transfer. 

Come and meet us
We are delighted to be attending Scotland’s largest public sector conference taking place in Glasgow Thursday and Friday, 17th and 18th March. You can find Capita Integrated business solutions at stand 18 discussing our portfolio of products including Integra, our world-class financial & e-procurement management software.

We are dedicated to helping public sector organisations achieve their financial strategy whilst reducing cost and improving the efficiency and quality of their processes. Now more than ever we support local authorities deliver their services through major changes and to date over 400 clients have chosen to use our innovative solutions.

We’re committed to Scotland
We are committed to support Scottish public sector organisations and the Highland Council is just one example of where we helped build a roadmap to success. In 2014 we began working with the Council who were looking to implement a new finance management system. In December 2015 our flagship product Integra was successfully delivered enabling council staff to work with greater flexibility to develop processes which were more efficient and cost effective. For full details, please download our Highland Council Case Study.

We greatly look forward to seeing everyone who visits us at stand #18 where you will have the chance to enter our prize draw to win a traditional Scottish hamper. If you just need something to keep you going, you can try some of our original Mackie’s chocolates too. 

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