Prosperity 24.7 showcase eGovernment innovation in Rome

Prosperity 24.7 – the fastest growing Channel Island IT Consultancy practice is due to present to Microsoft Executives in Rome next week at an event called eXtremeCRM.

Chris Clark (Managing Director) and Simon Jackson (Technical Director) are heading to Rome to promote the Channel Islands and the work that Prosperity 24.7 has delivered to a range of Financial Services clients and Government over the last two years.

Simon Jackson advised, “We have been fortunate in that we have been able to deliver some fantastic, business focused solutions utilising Microsoft Dynamics CRM. These range from pro-active AML/KYC tools, a Secure Online Portal with dynamic lead generation, through to an integrated yet light weight Trust & Company solution married to Microsoft SharePoint for key Records Management”.

Neil Wells, Director of Information Services at the States of Jersey, commented upon Prosperity 24.7’s work with Government: “Prosperity 24.7 have delivered a range of solutions ranging from Enterprise to Regulation, Trading Standards through to Rural, all of which have been tailor made for their specific operational needs, but underpin strategic government initiatives towards common platforms, centralised data management, common processes and de-duplication of operational tasks. The CRM projects are good examples of change within Government that will facilitate service improvements”.

Chris Clark added “our projects for Government have been excellent, similarly in Financial Services. All have compelling benefits, whether these relate to improved sales, reporting and transparency, operational agility through the adoption of new Cloud based delivery mechanisms or simply heightened monitoring of clients to greatly reduce operational risks. We intend to demonstrate the beauty of the Islands in the diversity of the solutions that we have been able to deliver in the last two years”.

Regarding the Digital Jersey initiative Chris Clark commented “I would love for Microsoft to see the Islands as a candidate for a ‘Microsoft Innovation Centre’ (MIC). With the investment in the Gigabit Isle project by JT Global, there has to be opportunities for Microsoft to capitalise on our scale, location and demographic diversity, especially with the available local Government support”.

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