Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
In response to Government Public Sector reforms to reduce costs and increase performance and productivity, emergency services are changing the way they communicate. Regional emergency response centres are consolidating and rationalising to create centralised command and control centres.
Emergency services face an increasing challenge: improve service and public confidence whilst working under a shrinking budget
Past cuts have shown that our services have been forced to do more with less and, for the foreseeable future, the cuts will continue. Never before value for money been so important.
4net’s work with the emergency services has seen us partner with leading organisations across this sector. Collaboration tools, mobile devices and contact centre solutions can drive major improvements in service delivery, as well as producing efficiencies. We transform contact centre operations deliver major cost savings and improved service quality.
From dispatch and contact centre solutions, to robust and secure voice and data networks, to cloud services, UC applications that easily fit into existing IT and telephony environments we can help you to:
- Increase Public Confidence
- Create a more responsive service
- Improve Operational Efficiency
- Establish Multi-agency Collaboration
- Enhance Situational Awareness