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Transformation with Data

We are thrilled that Damian Smith, Head of IT at The England and Wales Cricket Board(ECB) has been selected as a Finalist in the Data IQ Awards in the ‘Transformation with Data’ category. We have long been supporters of Damian who has created a following of people who have brought into his vision. He has […]

Female Entrepreneur Winner

We are proud and delighted to announce that our Managing Director Pamela Cook won this prestigious award at the Enterprise Awards 2019, at their annual event on Tuesday Evening. The ninth Enterprise Awards in association with the WCIT are considered ‘The Oscars of the Technology Industry’ and are uniquely focused on the founder rather than […]

Scotland’s Police force are in a good place for their tech future

Jenni Davidson (publictechnology.net) talks with assistant chief constable Malcom Graham about how technology can benefit officers and the public.  He describes the hurdles they have faced when introducing new technology on a national scale along with the benefits from the delays; such as learning from others. Graham has been responsible for strategy and innovation for […]

Minerva Consultancy announces tender result

The Minerva framework agreement is estimated to be worth £30m and it is designed to support of 23 Police forces using their ‘NicheRMS’ primary records management system.  The objective is for each NicheRMS force to get support and access to the best technology available, via this framework.  Police ICT issued a tender for Minerva Consultancy […]

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: