Visit Opus at the Victoria Park Plaza
The Opus team will be exhibiting this week at the Mobile Working in the Public Sector Conference, taking place on 17th October 2018 at the Victoria Park Plaza.
The event will look beyond the confines of government and explore how mobile working can be effectively harnessed across the wider public sector.
High level speakers will be covering all aspects of mobile working from security risks to overcoming the social implications and creating a digitally empowered workforce. Topics will include:
- Transforming the way teams work in government
- Utilising best tools and strategies to make workforces more productive
- Working smarter and more collaboratively
- Work more effectively whilst out of the office
- Deploying the best technology and smart working strategies to attract talent
Talk to the experienced Opus team during the breaks and discover how to create the modern workplace and improve efficiency and performance in your department. Gain insights into making savings whilst increasing productivity for your workforce.
Working with local government, hospitals, housing associations and public sector organisations nationwide, our team can talk to you about improving communication in the public sector and delivering mobile working strategies. Discover how to:
Reduce Operational Costs – Significantly reducing operational by deploying mobile working and effective team collaboration and communications. See who is available, chat, talk, video call with them
Improve Productivity and Service – Enhancing customer service/experience through effective omni-channel contact centre solutions; reducing abandoned calls and improving back-office automation.
Simplifying Systems – Deploying communications solutions that are easy to adopt, integrate, manage and use. Increasing technology adoption and effectiveness.
Find out how to do more with less, work effectively anywhere on any device.
Click here to learn more about our Public Sector Communications Solutions.
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