October 16th, 2013 Events
Automated Intelligence (AI) will be showcasing its full range of information management solutions at the annual Public Sector Enterprise ICT (PSEIT) conference, which is set to take place at Hotel Russell, London on 5 November.
Now in its fifth successful year, the event will review the progress made since the launch of the Government ICT Strategy. The conference will offer key insights from leading speakers and organisations, and considering the central challenges for the future.
On the company’s stand, learn how AI have helped public sector organisations to improve data management, reduce costs and increase data quality and effectiveness.
AI will be demonstrating solutions that analyse, cleanse, manage, process and consolidate data either on premise, hybrid or cloud based platforms. Attendees will learn how organisations can centrally manage and store their unstructured ta in in one central platform based on Microsoft SharePoint, whilst meeting UK Government compliance requirements stipulated in the National Archives’ Public Records Act.
Managing director from the organisers of the show Whitehall Media Waqas Hashemi said: “We pride ourselves on giving our delegates a meaningful and thought-provoking experience, and with over 500 high level delegates from across the public sector registered to attend, this is set to be our best event yet.”
The conference will be chaired by David Bicknell of Government Computing, and features speakers such as John Stubley of the Cabinet Office PSN Team, Micheline Baines of the Ministry of Defence, and Jeff Wallbank of Kent County Council
To book a time to meet with a member of Automated Intelligence team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 2895 072 025