Nottinghamshire County Council (NCC) works hard to serve its citizens. In recent years it has funded the maintenance of over 94,000 street lights, served over eight million meals in its schools and helped 6,645 older and more vulnerable people live more independently.

Like many local authorities, NCC is managing this while navigating through a period of great change. Each year requires new efficiency savings and that means reshaping the delivery of essential services for its 800,000 residents to ensure the highest possible standards are maintained.

Essential to this is having a clear view of its finances and since 2011, CGI has worked with the council to build a system that can keep up with its rapidly changing needs. The partnership equips NCC to address new challenges as they arise and use technology that will enable it to continue meeting the needs of the public in the years ahead.

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We are constantly evolving and embracing new technologies that allow us to work smarter and harder for the people of Nottinghamshire. Our relationship with CGI is very much built on a partnership and the work the team has done has played its part in enabling us to support the delivery of savings and improve citizen services

Sarah Stevenson Group Manager, Business Services Centre, NCC