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Methods Platform & Digital Services

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ENTERPRISE PLATFORMS
AND DIGITAL SERVICES
JUNE 2013

DISRUPTIVE GLOBAL TRENDS
SOCIAL
BIG DATA
MOBILE
Productivity Increase - 60%
DIGITAL
BY
DEFAULT

CLOUD
FREE ACCESS TO 100% LICENSABLE DATA
LAND registry PRESSURES
Platforms
DIGITAL
STRATEGY

DIGITAL
DELIVERY

AGILE
OPEN
OUR ROLE
AGILE
DESIGN
+ DEV

TECHNOLOGY archItecture
PLATFORM STRATEGY
KEY TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS
PARTNER ENGAGEMENT
PROGRAMME DELIVERY PARTNER
AGILE
PROJECT
MGMT

FIRST PUBLIC SECTOR CLOUD / PLATFORM ENTERPRISE-WIDE TRANSFORMATION
RESOURCING
AND
COMMERCIAL

DATA ARCHITECTURE
FREE ONLINE/SELF SERVE SERVICE
GLOBAL DATA PRODUCED UP TO 2003


NOW PRODUCED EVERY 2 DAYS
5 EXABYTES
5 EXABYTES
Isn't CLOUD just 'HOSTED'?
Elastic capacity: massively scalable
Massive computing power
On-demand provisioning
+
+
'NoOps'
+
AS-A-SERVICE
HIGHLY COMMODITISED
BY-THE-MINUTE
PAY-AS-YOU-GO
PRE-PAY
AUCTION BIDDING
DESKTOP-AS-A-SERVICE
DATA WAREHOUSE-AS-A-SERVICE
BACKEND-AS-A-SERVICE
Broadcasting to narrowcasting
Citizen power
New ways to collaborate
How are you going to store and manage all THIS DATA?
How CAN YOU MAKE SENSE OF IT ALL?
SQL and the NoSQL movement
Personalised services

Predictive analytics

Pattern analysis

Machine learning

Data sharing
"We talk about 'mobile first' in 2012, but we want to be 'mobile best' in 2013,"
Dan Rose
Vice President of Partnerships
Facebook
RESPONSIVE DESIGN
WHICH BEST DESCrIBES YOUR ORGANISATION?
Structured
One big project
A sequential process
Change is uncommon
Internal
Requires clearly defined requirements
Flexible
Many small projects
Highly collaborative
Continuous improvements
Involves customers
Requirements are expected to evolve and change
PRINCE2/
WATERFALL
AGILE
£36m saved
200+ websites > 1
20 months
Tools
Software
Built with open source tools
OPEN
STANDARDS
Interoperable
APIs
Service orientated
Data
portability
OPEN DATA
BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL'S "JAWS OF DOOM"
£1.6bn
Estimated central government savings from digital service redesign of high volume transactions
Digital sticking-plasters
vs.
Digital service redesign
Free schools
ClINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUPS
PERSONAL BUDGETS
MUTUALS
CO-OPERATIVES
POLICE COMMISSIONERS
LOCAL AUTHORITY TRADING COMPANIES
SHARED SERVICES
OUTSOURCING
AREA BUDGETS
AREA BUDGETS
BIG SOCIETY
LOCALISM
INSOURCING
JOINT VENTURES
VOUCHERS
CHOICE
RIGHT TO CHALLENGE
Increasing public service complexity
Citizens
Commissioners
Providers
Funders
Government
as-a
platform
.... with needs
.... with political mandates
.... with money
.... with innovative services
Politicians
Mayors
Police commissioners
CCGs
Third sector
State
Private sector
Citizen groups
Local/national gov
Third/private sector
Personal/area budgets
Vouchers
Data / Intelligence
Curate public services
Understand citizen needs
Launchpad for innovation
The public sector ecosystem
Open
Modular
Re-usable
Led by demand
Expensive
Lock-in
Siloed systems
Dysfunctional
Complex
Proprietary standards
Long contracts
Duplication
'STOCKHOLM SYNDROME'
System lock-in
Data lock-in
Brain drain
Revolving doors
How can you become a platform organisation?
How can you create a culture that supports change?
What are the user needs?
How should your organisation use data?
What is the business vision?
VICTIMS of platform BUSINESSES
ECOSYSTEMS
SUCCESSFUL PLATFORM
BUSINESSES...
Are open
Can be built on without permission
Provide a toolkit
Build a network effect
Separate the signal from the noise
Use data to matchmake

Platform-as-a-service
Control
Flexibility
Polyglot code
Open
High portability
Speed
Simplicity
Point-and-click
Limited options
Portability
Your enterprIse platform
How can you consolidate common capabilities from across your organisation and partners?
Can you leaverage other platforms?
How do you transition from your legacy technology?
How much money can you save from decommissioning LoB apps?
How can you create an ecosystem?
Agile approach
Traditional approach
OUR DIGITAL DELIVERY EXPERTISE
Market analysis
Sourcing strategy
Supplier engagement
Commercial models
Resource planning
Technology architecture
Business architecture
Information architecture
Platform architecture
Programme management
Project management
Solution design
Implementation
Platform management
OUR SPECIALISMS
BYOD?
Staff now expect 'consumer-grade' technology in the enterprise
www.methods.co.uk
james.herbert@methods.co.uk

We use our expertise in new and emerging technology to improve public services.
The UK’s leading client side advisor in the adoption and embedding of cloud based platforms, digital services and agile delivery across the public sector.
The UK’s leading client side advisor in the adoption and embedding of cloud based platforms, digital services and agile delivery across the public sector.
KEEP STAFF ENGAGED AND ALIGNED
BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL'S "JAWS OF DOOM"
LEGACY ICT ARCHITECTURE
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