DSDM is a robust Agile project management and delivery framework that delivers the right solution at the right time.
DSDM has been for many years the leading, proven Agile approach, providing governance and rigour along with the agility and flexibility demanded by organisations today. The approach is the culmination of practitioners’ experience drawn from a wide range of public and private sector projects over nearly two decades.
BoardPad is the market leading solution that transforms Directors devices into highly secure, collaborative digital board and meeting packs. Administrators use Connect, BoardPad’s administration platform to easily manage, compile and instantly distribute documents to their board. BoardPad saves time and money and improves security.
To find out how BoardPad can assist in reducing the time, cost and effort required to product meeting packs, contact our dedicated Public Sector Sales Manager, James Harley, on (020) 7539 7589 or email email@example.com
Panlogic Ltd – Digital Engineering
Panlogic is a digital consultancy specialising in central and local government. We:
• build web sites and applications
• offer content strategy and delivery
• provide web support and maintenance services
• advise clients on how they can cut costs by adopting a ‘digital first’ approach
• run digital audits and a ‘digital value mapping’ service –designed to improve user experience and simplify clients’ workflow
We work with specialist agencies as well as large central Government projects. We’ve played a key role in the transformation of government digital communications, and helped create the GDS service design manual.
4Secure are a specialist cyber security company delivering market leading security consultancy, training & highly secure hardware & software through an agile & secure supply chain. 4Secure’s professional team of highly qualified specialists possess deep knowledge and experience across all sectors, and are able to help you design, develop & assure secure solutions.
Any change in the way public services are delivered carries potential new risks. iTrinegy’s Virtual Test Networks and Network Profiling technologies help organisations mitigate the risks of transitioning services to new IT platforms by enabling you to develop and test applications in highly realistic replicas of the real-world network, prior to actual rollout.
Being able to verify application performance and behaviour in a safe, fully controllable facsimile of the proposed production environment enables you to identify and resolve issues early in the development lifecycle and so avoid a failed deployment, expensive retrospective re-engineering costs and a damaged reputation.
When applications are critical to your business, trust Serena Software. We are a leading provider of Orchestrated IT solutions for the Global 2000 and you can find us in the majority of the Fortune 100 companies. Serena Software is one of the largest global Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solution providers with more than 2,500 enterprise customers.
Serena helps the highly regulated large enterprise move fast without breaking things – increasing velocity of the software development lifecycle while enhancing security, compliance, and performance.
Rachel Coldicutt, Director of Products and Services, Doteveryone
Doteveryone is a new of kind of digital organisation that’s here to show what’s possible: tech that does good, at scale, for the future. Rachel runs the Product and Services team, which designs and delivers digital services that put people first. Over the last 20 years, she has designed and delivered new services for BT and the BBC; led digital transformation programmes in numerous arts and cultural organisations, including the Royal Opera House and V&A; and worked as a consultant with large service organisations in finance, energy, healthcare and the third sector to create organisational change and useful, efficient digital services.
Tom Symons, Principal Researcher, Policy and Research, Nesta
Tom is a Principal Researcher in the Government Innovation team at Nesta. His research focuses on public and social innovation and he is currently undertaking research into the use of data to inform decision making and innovation in government and public services.
Prior to Nesta Tom was an Associate at Social Finance, a not-for-profit organisation that works with government, the social sector and the finance community to develop solutions to complex social problems. Tom previously worked at the Local Government Association, and before that was a Senior Researcher at the think tank New Local Government Network.
William Makower, CEO, Panlogic Ltd
William is the CEO of Panlogic and leads its consultancy and delivery practice. As a digital evangelist for the last twenty years he has guided and consulted with numerous UK government, local government and inter-government bodies with their digital transformation.
Will Danckwerts is a senior Agile trained delivery manager at Panlogic. Will has delivered major programmes for the Skills Funding Agency, the Royal National Institute for the Blind, Oxfordshire County Council, Pension and Lifetime Savings Association (previously National Association of Pension Funds) and many other digital change programmes.
Will is speaking alongside Panlogic’s client, Robert Hill, delivery manager at Oxfordshire, on a Panlogic Drupal delivery.
Rob Hill, Digital Services Manager, Oxfordshire County Council
Rob has been the Digital Services Manager at Oxfordshire for over 12 years, and is responsible for the development and maintenance of the council’s websites and front-end public applications. Oxfordshire’s public site has consistently been ranked highly by SOCITM (Better Connected Report) form many years and last year won SOCITM’s Web Award 2015. Prior to working for Oxfordshire CC, Rob was the Intranet Development Manager for Dixons Stores Group.
Will Danckwerts, Digital Project Manager, Panlogic Ltd
Will has been responsible for a number of major web development projects at Panlogic for clients including the Skills Funding Agency, Government Digital Services, Greater London Authority and Royal National Institute of Blind People and also takes ownership of these client relationships amongst a number of others in the Panlogic portfolio. Will leads on accessible web implementation at Panlogic and is also experienced in managing the delivery of device-responsive and adaptable websites. He is trained both in Agile Scrum and Waterfall methodologies and is also studying an MBA (distance-learning) at Warwick Business School around full-time work at Panlogic.
Chris Townsend, Chief Executive, Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK)
Chris Townsend OBE is the CEO of Broadband Delivery UK within the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, overseeing its £1.7bn infrastructure programme. Under Chris’ leadership the programme has delivered superfast broadband to over 3.6 million homes and businesses in the UK, provided superfast broadband connection vouchers to 50,000 SMEs, and improved mobile infrastructure in many not-spot areas. Previously, Chris was the Commercial Director for the London 2012 Olympics and Marketing Director at Transport for London.
Hugh Ivory, Managing Partner, Agilesphere
Hugh Ivory is a managing partner at Agilesphere, and a former DSDM Board member. He played a key role in the development of Atern, the baseline for the current version of DSDM AgilePM®. Recently, Hugh worked at the Government Digital Service, developing governance for digital service delivery.
Michael George, Head of Strategy & Supply Chain, Cloud and Digital, Crown Commercial Service
Mike’s first job was in Supply Chain Management at Aviva, the worlds fifth largest Global, Financial Services organisation, where he worked from 2001 to 2012. In 2013 Mike joined Crown Commercial Service as a Senior Buyer and was promoted to his current position of Head of Cloud and Digital in 2015.
His current role has responsibility for over 1,000 Cloud and Digital suppliers, managing spend in excess of £600M. Mike has grown the SME presence within government technology procurement to its current state where £1 in every £2 is being spent with SME’s through the Cloud and Digital commercial vehicles.
Mike studied at both the University of Liverpool and University of East Anglia and has PhD in hydro-geochemistry,
In his spare time Mike enjoys swimming and cycling
Deborah El-Sayed, Director of Digital and Multi-Channel Development, NHS England
Deborah is the Director of Digital and Multi Channel at NHS England. Her career spans 25 years in the NHS across primary, secondary, mental health and learning disability services. She has worked in operational delivery, innovation, service redesign and for the last 12 years specialising in digital and technology. She has won awards for innovation and excellence in public services.
Deborah is the Senior Responsible Officer for NHS Choices/ NHS.Uk, Widening Digital Participation for citizens as well as digital programmes supporting the development of urgent care. She has a specific interest in exploring the use of AI, machine learning and cutting edge technology to drive the best possible delivery of care. As well as her national role Deborah is engaged with a number of local NHS organisations. She is on the Board of the North Stafford Combined Healthcare Trust’s Digital by Choice Transformation Programme, the London Digital Health Institute and is an active speaker and advisor to Health Tech Women UK.
In her spare time Deborah chairs and is part of the team delivering the ‘Making Space’ community development programme in her home town of New Tredegar in South Wales. She is also a member of Lions international.
Dr Aleksej Heinze, Senior Lecturer at Salford Business School, University of Salford
Dr Aleksej Heinze is an award winning Senior Lecturer with a wealth of blended learning teaching and research experience in a variety of subjects mostly concerned with the use of Information Technologies to benefit business.
He has a breadth of experience of leading projects with small local organisations for example, in the use of Search Engine Optimisation and Social Media Marketing, as well as on national and international projects – for example – Passport to Trade 2.0 – a project developing business culture guides, including Social Media Etiquette, across 31 European countries –http://businessculture.org.
Working in multinational teams he has developed online learning material in the areas of Enterprise Cultural Heritage www.enterpriseculturalheritage.org and regional innovation policy practice www.knowledgecities.eu. Most recently, he has been working on the Joint European Masters in Digital and Social Media Marketing (JEMSS) project to develop a series of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) in Digital and Social Media Marketing – http://mastersindigitalmarketing.org