Digital modernisation is on the agenda for most local authorities across the country. To improve services, councils are looking at data as a way to support residents to live happier, healthier and safer lives.
In 2020, Hackney Council began work with Made Tech to introduce a new data platform following a serious cyber attack. By developing a secure, scalable and reusable data platform, Hackney is improving their analytical capabilities and getting data out of silos. This has enabled them to proactively target and provide support to some of the borough’s most vulnerable residents, and will help the council make better, data-informed decisions at a faster pace.
In this webinar Lisa Stidle, Data & Insight Manager at Hackney Council and Jim Stamp, Head of Data at Made Tech will take you through the journey from a new start to developing capabilities beyond their previous business as usual, answering questions from people hoping to modernise their data services.
We’ll be covering:
Why Hackney embarked on the project
Impact for Hackney Council and residents
What we’d have done differently
hosted via Zoom webinar
a Q&A will happen at the end
How we can help
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