South Gloucestershire Council selects Civica to build digital customer platform

Sooraj Shah
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Council wants platform to improve user experience and provide cost and efficiency savings

South Gloucestershire Council has selected public sector IT services provider Civica's digital arm to help build a digital customer platform, that aims to improve user experience for residents and ...

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