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Are we nearly there yet?

Are we nearly there yet?

The local government automation journey

Automation has been on the local government agenda for several years now and we all have a pretty good understanding of what it is. Or at least we believe we do. But does it have the same meaning to everyone?

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Service upgrade

Major Upgrade of Large Landlord Schedule Functionality

Govtech Announces Major Upgrade of Large Landlord Schedule Functionality 

Govtech has announced a significant upgrade of its Landlord’s Schedule digital process automation service for councils. It imports lists of tenancy changes sent weekly by large landlords, typically as spreadsheets or CSV files, and automates processing of the changes in the Revenues system, treating each as an individual notification. Optionally, it also flags these as changes in circumstances in the Benefits system.

Rather than support a limited range of formats for Landlord’s Schedule, Govtech has announced it will extend its transformation routines to import Landlord’s Schedules in whatever format these are issued to Councils. This will remove the need for hundreds of tenancy changes to be manually processed each week. Between one third and one half of all address change notifications received by councils are submitted by large or small landlords. All will now be fully automated by webCAPTURE.

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Technology feature

Govtech Feature in Parliamentary Review Magazine

The Parliamentary Review magazine

Govtech has accepted an invitation to feature in the 2019 edition of The Parliamentary Review magazine as a showcase for best practice in its industry.

Across all policy sectors, The Review is distributed to over half a million individuals each year, including MPs, Peers, Chief Executives, Vice Presidents, Chief Information Officers, Chief Technology and Procurement Officers, as well as to the technology arms of leading organisations within the Finance, Transport and Manufacturing sectors.

The Parliamentary Review will be published in September.

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