Reduce the impact of local government funding cuts
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Reduce the impact of local government funding cuts

18th January 2011, Bromsgrove - Local government organisations across the UK are taking positive action to improve GIS efficiency by signing up to attend a series of regional breakfast briefings hosted by Dotted Eyes.

Facing huge funding cuts and organisational change, many GIS teams within local government are looking for new ways to maximise their productivity but also maintain quality of services. With skilled analysts in short supply, workloads consisting of both complex and more repetitive tasks are increasing, causing bottlenecks in supplying services where they are needed. Dotted Eyes has recognised this problem and invited those looking for new ideas to join them for a complimentary breakfast briefing at venues around the country. These dynamic briefings consist of a number of specialist presentations tailored to help local government departments make better use of their GIS applications.

Topics for discussion will include; ‘The Power of Location’, ‘Delivering services at a fixed price’ and ‘Reducing the cost of GIS’, in addition to some real world examples of how organisations have already benefited.

Commercial Director, Patrick Costello stated, “Local government departments are facing increasing pressure to reduce costs where sometimes staff numbers are already at a minimum. We can provide practical solutions, designed to be implemented immediately, which address these problems.”

The road show starts in Birmingham on 27th January, followed by Leeds, London and Swansea. For more information, visit dottedeyes.com/events

About Dotted Eyes

With a long heritage as innovators of data and information solutions for private and public sector organisations, for more than 20 years Dotted Eyes has pioneered location-based intelligence products and services which enable better-informed business decision making at every level of business operations.

Serving some 900 customers UK-wide, through expert consultancy, training and product development in healthcare, local government, not-for-profit and the commercial sector, Dotted Eyes’ mantra is to ‘simplify, automate and integrate’ data and information. This approach uniquely equips senior and departmental levels of organisations to access, visualise, analyse and share complex data in simple, useable formats to make more cost-effective, locally-relevant decisions.

Dotted Eyes maintains long standing expert partnerships with location data providers such as Ordnance Survey and Pitney Bowes Business Insight and operates certified training courses nationwide. It serves some 130 UK Primary Care Trusts, every ambulance service in England and Wales and household name not-for-profit organisations like the National Trust, among others.

For more information, visit: www.dottedeyes.com