Joining the digital dots
Local authorities are tasked with delivering a wide range of services to their citizens whilst driving local economic growth and creating thriving communities and places. We can help you remove the barriers to digital transformation and help you find new ways of working which increase productivity and reduce costs. You need practical digital platforms and solutions which can integrate with your existing systems and help make the migration from legacy to digital less complex. We can help improve the citizen experience but also ensure that your staff are equipped with the best tools and data to do their jobs.
How we can help
Migrating from legacy to digital
Unlock the value of your existing systems by upgrading them to benefit from new digital capabilities
Savings through online service delivery
Increase online transactions and improve the resident's experience for your customers
Increase productivity and reduce operating costs
Empower your people and optimize how they work by providing quick and easy access to data
Growing regional economies through local skills platforms
We are helping local authorities and Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) to address their skills challenges and influence the economic outcomes in their region. Our SignedUp Skills platforms provide a one stop shop for their local jobs, apprenticeships, higher education courses and career path options. Given the recent economic impact of the pandemic, the portal can help match job seekers with employers in their region and signpost other opportunities.
Addressing regional skills challenges and helping jobseekers overcome information overload
Delivering a one stop portal for employers, training providers and job seekers promotes career paths and provides quick and easy access to local resources.Read More
PDMS hosted a roundtable discussion with digital leaders in Scotland to hear how data and digital transformation can help public services respond to the new economic reality.
PDMS CEO Chris Gledhill writes for TechUK his thoughts about CivTech, EdTech, GovTech and how he'd rather we take a citizen-based approach called CitizenTech!