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Council acknowledges the importance of a single citizen view – by Pamela Cook

It was refreshing to see in a recent article on PublicTechnology.net that Cornwall Council acknowledges the importance of creating a single citizen view in order to move closer to fully supporting their citizens and enabling a more satisfying citizen experience. Whilst Cornwall Council has had a less than straightforward experience with its outsourcing partner BT, an […]

Give data sharing partnerships a chance – by Pamela Cook

I was drawn to an article today on PublicTechnology.net, on the topic of ‘NAO: ‘Confusing’ data-sharing rules are a major barrier to health and care integration‘. The issues here are in common across many data sharing initiatives, such as safeguarding and the identification of our society’s most vulnerable citizens. However, what the article has not […]

Data revolution ‘comes for government’ according to John Manzoni, Chief Exec of the civil service

This interesting piece from PublicTechnology.net was published last week: Civil service chief John Manzoni urges change as data revolution ‘comes for government’ We cannot agree more with the recognition that good quality data is the lifeblood of government decisions and that the focus needs to be on getting the data right.  Using it transactionally and […]

Being part of the new Government Advisory Panel for SME lending – by Pamela Cook

The inaugural meeting of the new SME advisory Panel to Cabinet Office was a breath of fresh air and I am certain it will lead to significant change, challenge and positive outcomes for the £1 in every £3 spend going to an SME – both directly and indirectly. It was great to meet with the […]

Opening up digital opportunities for local authorities: #VerifyLocal pilot plans and learnings from Warwickshire

GOV.UK Verify went live in May 2016 as the new safer, simpler and faster way of accessing central government services online. The Government Digital Services (GDS) department has since been exploring how this initiative can be extended to local authorities and have announced the selection of two initial services to pilot: Older people’s concessionary travel Residents’ […]

Infoshare appoints new Non-Executive Chairman

The Infoshare Board welcomes a new member as Chris Savage is appointed as Non-Executive Chairman. Chris has spent much of his career with data, software and technology companies. He previously held Managing Director roles at both Callcredit Information Group and Experian – the two largest credit reference agencies in the UK. This appointment signals our […]

Feb 2016 Royal Mail Computer Weekly CIO interview

Infoshare’s ClearCore technology is referenced in Computer Weekly’s CIO interview with the Royal Mail Group’s CIO Catherine Doran.   As part of their customer-focused initiatives. Royal Mail use Infoshare’s ClearCore solution to cleanses, enriches and matches data from disparate sources and brings it together into a single view. Read the full article here:  

Infoshare and Oxford Computer Consultants selected to help detect fraud in Warwickshire

Warwickshire Counter Fraud Partnership select Oxford Computer Consultants (OCC) and Infoshare Limited to provide Data Matching Software for Fraud Prevention Warwick January 2016:  Following a competitive tender, Warwickshire Counter Fraud Partnership WCFP are delighted to announce the award of the contract for Data Matching Software for Fraud Prevention jointly to Oxford Computer Consultants (OCC) and […]

Good VS Bad data infographic

Infoshare and Bourne2 announce partnering to deliver innovative data quality solutions.

Bourne2 are Data Mentors who help clients with data governance, data quality, data management, SAP MDG and change management. With over 40 years of experience between them, Mike Bayliss and Matt Stuart of Bourne2, recognise the challenges around business led change programmes and are passionate about coaching organisations in taking control of their data, as […]