We want to foster a diverse, happy and well-supported team. Last September, we asked everyone in Made Tech to complete a diversity and inclusion survey. It was a chance to see how well we’re actually doing in achieving that goal. I want to share results from the survey, and the steps we’re taking next – including things to address as top priority.
In order to transform digital delivery in healthcare and achieve better patient outcomes, we need to learn the lessons from the COVID-19 response and the ongoing digital transformation occurring within trusts.
In the second post in this series, Luke explains how accelerating discovery can be an advantage when it comes to digital service delivery.
I’m really pleased to announce the launch of our latest book, Modernising legacy applications in the public sector. We have written the book to share our experience of successful legacy application transformations with technology leaders working across the UK public sector.
Legacy transformation is a team sport because it’s hard, expensive and can take a long time, so you need to have everyone ready to push in the same direction from the start.
This month, we celebrate Black history, and to mark Black History Month at Made Tech, we’ve decided to put together a few team interviews to get a better insight to what Black history and culture means to our team members.
In our final post in this series, we take a look at the 3 most important ways you can accelerate discovery in your organisation.
How can you deliver new digital services while realising value quickly? We explore 3 things you need to know about accelerated discovery.
Mapping your organisation and applications is crucial because it enables you to decide which application to prioritise and which transformation strategy to adopt.
Cost is one of the most important drivers of legacy transformation and is usually the catalyst for a much wider discussion about how to finance such projects.