October 22, 2019 at 9:30am - 3pm

Enabling Scotland’s Digital Transformation

SEPA, 6 Parklands Avenue, Motherwell

Attendance free for public sector bodies.

Reserve your place on Eventbrite here.

Join the Scottish Wide Area Network (SWAN) Authority and Capita for an event to gain a greater insight into the major successes of SWAN that have been delivered to date and the benefits of membership. We’ll be holding regional events at locations in the north and central belt, sharing examples of how SWAN is benefiting the public sector and citizens across Scotland and the innovations that are being achieved.

You will have the opportunity to hear directly from some of the members that are realising benefits from the framework and from Scottish Government representatives about their vision for the network. You’ll also discover the latest advancements in IoT solutions from Capita, core services that are provided across the network, the current initiatives underway and about fibre network enablement, all whilst having the chance to meet and network with like-minded organisations and peers.

The Agenda

09:30am: Registration and refreshments 
10.00am: Introduction & SWAN update: benefits for members - SWAN Authority 
10:15am: Customer story 
10.30am: SWAN vision - Scottish Government 
10:45am: The latest SWAN innovations; valued-added services - SWAN Authority 
11.30am: Fibre network enablement - customer story 
12.30pm: Lunch & breakouts 
2.00pm: IoT solutions - Capita 
3.00pm: Q&A and close

We hope you can join us for what promises to be an insightful event into the benefits of the SWAN network. Click on the locations to register for an event in your chosen region.

Attendance at these events is free and open to all SWAN members and other public sector bodies in Scotland. The SWAN Authority reserves the right to refuse admission to commercial and non-public sector bodies.

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October 22, 2019 at 9:30am - 3pm
SEPA, 6 Parklands Avenue, Motherwell
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