Let’s start with the easy bit – what digital transformation isn’t. It’s not councils buying a bunch of digital technologies and adding a second layer to existing processes and systems....
Recently CGI commissioned research from Oxford Economics to explore the link between a cyber incident and company value. Specifically, we wanted to develop an analytical methodology to examine share-price movements...
The UK Criminal Justice System is suffering a crisis of public perception. A Citizens Advice study in 2015 found that one in five people who had been involved in the...
Society makes greater demands on healthcare all the time: demands that can only be satisfied through a wholesale transformation of how healthcare services are delivered. Designed in the post-war world...
Table George Osborne’s March 16 th Budget upheld the Government’s previously announced drive to devolve powers to local authorities. Termed “a devolution revolution” in the Budget document, the Chancellor stated...

The whole is more than the sum of its parts

Digital Practice CGI's Digital Practice

2016-02-24 We have all heard the famous quotation by Aristotle, which has been used in many other scenarios: from football teams performing better than what was expected from their collection of...

Transforming UK healthcare providers

Michael Herron Michael Herron

2016-02-09 There’s no denying the reach of the NHS: most people in the UK, at one point or another, have relied on it for healthcare. But just as doctors today are...

Why I believe the Blockchain will transform Government

public sector team CGI Government Team

2015-12-11 You may not yet have come across the Blockchain but it is making waves within the financial services community and is heralded as one of the most significant advances in...

Why I support the Autumn Statement

public sector team CGI Government Team

2015-12-04 Last week the Chancellor outlined his much-awaited Autumn spending review. This contained the usual measures related to individuals but what caught my attention was the significant focus placed on both...