2e2 is delighted to be the Gold Sponsor of this year’s Local Government Association Annual Conference and Exhibition. With the theme of Localism Works, this conference will be addressing the key topics that affect local government in these financially constrained times.
2e2 is Europe’s fastest growing ICT Lifecycle Services Provider; an agile, customer-focused provider with a broad portfolio of transformational ICT services to meet today’s requirements. We guide Authorities towards their goals through a combination of deep-level sector and technical expertise, an extensive knowledge of today’s technologies, including innovations around web and cloud computing, and a proven, capable implementation and services infrastructure. 2e2 helps Authorities improve efficiency, reduce data centre and infrastructure costs, meet the challenges of Localism and the Big Society and address assurance and governance requirements. Our successful programmes are delivered through a mix of professional and project resource services as well as through training and consultancy. 2e2 has worked with 27 London Boroughs as well as regional local authorities and many organizations within the health services sector.
Within our Local and Regional Government (LRG) team our solutions are centred on three broad propositions; Equipping Employees, One Contact and Could it be Cloud?
Get to know us better – visit us at stand C21 or come to our discussion forum at our Fringe event on Thursday 30th June 12.30 – 1.15 in hall 11, Information Technology, Localism and a Co-operation Model.
Integrating technology solutions for a brave new world.
To address the needs for improved customer service many organisations are begining to use multiple channels as part of their contact strategy. Helen Rutherford, Director at 2e2, discusses the options and the implications ...
Local Authorities Missing Out on Cost Savings and Improved Efficiency Offered by Shared Services
Despite continued drive to cut costs, only 29% of organisations currently share back office processes and just 27% share data centre operations